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1935 Welch Ford Special Indianapolis Racing Car 1935 Welch Ford Special Indianapolis Racing Car
RM Auctions
Location: Amelia Island, FL
Auction Results March 13, 2010 $104,500
Custom 1935 Ford 3-Window Coupe Street Rod Custom 1935 Ford 3-Window Coupe Street Rod
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Auction Results Oct, 2008 $52,000
Custom 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe Street Rod Custom 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe Street Rod
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Auction Results Oct, 2008 $40,000
Restored 1935 Ford Model 48 Phaeton Restored 1935 Ford Model 48 Phaeton
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Auction Results Oct, 2008 $39,000
1935 Ford Model A Panel Truck 1935 Ford Model A Panel Truck
Auction: Barrett-Jackson Auction Company
Location: October, 2008 Las Vegas, Nevada
Auction Results October, 2008 $43,000

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1935 Ford Model 48 Phaeton Restored

1935 Ford Model 48 Phaeton Restored
44,000.00 USD
1935 Ford Model 48 Phaeton Restored Auction Sale Price: $44,000 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 935 Black exterior, driven less than 3,000 miles since older high quality nut and bolt restoration. All steel, third owner, 85hp V8, side curtains, lebaron leather, wires, same owner last 18 years.
by Douglas

1935 Ford 3-Window Coupe Hot Rod Ya We Bad

1935 Ford 3-Window Coupe Hot Rod Ya We Bad
1935 Ford 3-Window Coupe Hot Rod Ya We Bad Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: February 9, 2007 Location: The World Of Wheels Car Show in Atlanta, Georgia. Keywords: picture photo show car custom street old school
by Douglas

1935 FORD MODEL 48 PHAETON FOR SALE

1935 FORD MODEL 48 PHAETON FOR SALE
38,900.00 USD
1935 FORD MODEL 48 PHAETON FOR SALE $38,900 Stock: 20949 Mileage: 77904 Engine Size: FLATHEAD V-8 Transmission: 3 SPEED FLOOR Exterior Color: MANILLA BROWN Interior Color: BROWN A MOST CORRECT FORD PHAETON COMPLETELY PROFESSIONAL BODY OFF RESTORED TO FORD SPECS. BODY FITS GOOD AND IS STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW. CORRECT YEAR ENGINE PURRS LIKE NEW. THE HYDRAULIC BRAKES IMPROVED THE QUALITY OF DRIVING. PAINT, CHROME, GLASS EXCELLENT, AND NEW WIRE LOOMS. ENGINE COMPLETELY MACHINED FOR UNLEADED FUEL. TRANSMISSION AND REAREND INSPECTED - GOOD CONDITION. THIS IS A SHOW STOPPER AND A GREAT DRIVER. COMPLETE VIDEO OF THIS VEHICLE AVAILABLE FOR $50, REFUNDED WITH VEHICLE PURCHASE, AND INCLUDES OVERNIGHT SHIPPING OF VIDEO. CALL OUR CLASSIC CAR DIVISION AT 815-385-8408 FOR VIDEO AND/OR VEHICLE INFORMATION. Options and Accessories: HYDRAULIC BRAKES - HYDRAULIC SHOCKS - ELECTRIC FUEL PUMP - BANJO STEERING WHEEL - GREYHOUND HOOD ORNAMENT - LOCK GAS CAP - WIDE WHITES - TRIM RINGS - SET SIDE CURTAINS - DUAL HORNS - DUAL WIND WINGS - REAR MOUNT SPARE AND COVER - ENGINE COMPLETELY REBUILT FOR UNLEADED FUEL Offered For Sale By: Volo Auto Museum 27582 Volo VIllage Road Volo, IL 60073 Phone: 815-385-8408 Email: sales@www.volocars.com Website: www.volocars.com
by volo

1935 Ford 1.5 Ton Flat Bed Truck

1935 Ford 1.5 Ton Flat Bed Truck
1935 Ford 1.5 Ton Flat Bed Truck Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States, Auburn, Indiana.
by Douglas

1935 Welch Ford Special Two-Man Indianapolis Racing Car

1935 Welch Ford Special Two-Man Indianapolis Racing Car
104,500.00 USD
1935 Welch Ford Special Two-Man Indianapolis Racing Car RM Auctions Automobiles of Amelia Island Collector Car Auction Amelia Island, Florida March 13, 2009 AUCTION RESULTS: Lot 117 - Sold at a price of $104,500 225 cu. in. flathead Ford V8 engine, dual two-barrel carburetors, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle with transverse leaf spring and custom-fabricated spring location, custom-fabricated Houdaille-type front shock absorbers with modified circa-1934 Ford units at the rear, production-type Ford rear axle, and custom four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 100" While much of Henry Ford's early success was rooted in motorsports, his company was absent from "official" racing involvement between 1913 and 1932. The introduction of the all-new V8 in 1932 provided the perfect opportunity for a return to competition, but while Henry Ford was eager to prove his new V8's mettle and to reap the advertising benefits, he preferred a "back channel" approach. In the early 1930s, Ray Dahlinger and Lew Welch were friends who were attached to Ford's Development and Engineering Department, where they were involved in the secretive V8 development project. More than trusted employees, Dahlinger and Welch were in fact close friends of Henry Ford, with the proven ability to get things done. Following Ford's unofficial success in the 1933 AAA-sanctioned National Road Race at Elgin, Illinois, where Ford-powered entries took eight of the top 10 positions, a pair of Ford V8-powered racers was created for the 1934 Indianapolis 500. One of them, the "Bohnalite Special," is believed to have been owned in truth by Ray Dahlinger, implying top-level Ford involvement. Next, in 1935, the advanced front-drive Miller-Ford Indianapolis racers were created, the product of a Preston Tucker-led deal with Harry Miller for Henry Ford to build and enter ten cars at the Indianapolis 500. Meanwhile, Lew Welch, who was still a Ford employee at this time, was listed as the owner of a pair of more conventional rear-drive Indianapolis racers. These cars are believed to have actually been built on the Ford estate by many top Ford engineers and fabricators, intended to provide an "insurance policy" in case the radical front-drive Miller-Ford racing cars were not readied in time. The car offered here is one of these two Welch "Ford Specials." The other car is believed to be part of a racecar collection in Lincoln, Nebraska. Today, it is unclear if an attempt to qualify this car at Indianapolis was made in 1935. During the 1940s, this car was converted for legal road use, sporting a custom-built front and rear end with headlights and taillights. In 1946, Evangeline Dahlinger, the wife of Ray Dahlinger, personally delivered it to Hollywood actor Keenan Wynn, who drove it regularly during his ownership. Next, it was driven by Indianapolis driver and former Ford test driver Duke Nalon for use in the 1947 Republic Pictures movie entitled "The Other Love", starring Barbara Stanwyck and David Niven. In 1988, the current owner discovered the car, restoring it with his son to its current appearance as the Number 24 Ford Special. During the process, its origins, creators and history were thoroughly researched by the owner, culminating in an article published in the Early Ford V8 Times. An extensive career on the show field quickly followed, with Grand National First Place honors from the Early Ford V8 Club in 1991, 1993, 1998 and 2003, including Medallion and Emeritus awards. Other awards include the Ford Performance Cars award at the 1994 Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance, along with AACA National awards in 1991 and 1996. A fascinating part of Ford Motor Company and racing history, this 1935 Welch-Ford Special comes complete with an extensive historical file, a cut-down 1935-vintage intake manifold with a dual-downdraft Winfield carburetor, as well as the restored front end and additional sheet metal that the car wore on its 1946 delivery to Keenan Wynn.
by Douglas

1935 Ford Coupe Old School Street Rod

1935 Ford Coupe Old School Street Rod
22,000.00 USD
1935 Ford Coupe Old School Street Rod Auction Sale Price: $22,000 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 680 All steel except for front fenders. This is an old school Street Rod. The engine is a fresh, professionally built '46 flathead with about 250 miles since build. Edelbrock heads, Offenhauser dual intake with two gold chromate finished 94's. Newly rebuilt starter and new chrome alternator. The car is 12-volt. The interior is a year old professionally done with flamed doors. The car has a brand new vinyl top and old school pinstripes and flames done by "Pinstripes by Eddy" in New York. Awesome Tiki man on back of car. Firewall and dashboard also pinstriped. Pete & Jakes front end with disc brakes up front and drums in back. Banjo steering with speedway gears and a '40 Ford open driveshaft.
by Douglas

1935 Ford Tow Truck

1935 Ford Tow Truck
1935 Ford Tow Truck Weaver 1 1/2 Wrecker Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: November 20, 2009 Location: The International Towing and Recovery Museum, Chattanooga, Tennessee
by Douglas

1935 Ford Custom Pickup Hot Rod Truck

1935 Ford Custom Pickup Hot Rod Truck
1935 Ford Custom Pickup Hot Rod Truck Location: The Orange Plaza Car Show in Orange, California. Date: April 19, 2005 Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Keywords: pictures photos antique vinstage classic american truck custom modified street rod yellow
by Douglas

1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe

1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe
31,998.00 USD
All original, all metal coupe. The car is originally from Arizona with an older restoration. , Body and frame and interior in excellent condition. The fuel gauge and horns quit working, but everything else works even the radio. I have no time to care for this car, it sets in our warehouse with a cover on it and is rarely driven.Selling for a client. Located in Texas. Contact Information: Volo Auto Museum 27582 West Volo Village Road Volo, IL 60073 Phone: 815-385-3644 Fax: 815-385-0703 Email: collectorcar@volocars.com Website: [url=http://www.volocars.com]www.volocars.com[/url]
by volo

1935 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup Truck

1935 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup Truck
26,000.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1935 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup Truck 26,000 LotNumber 622 The 1935 Ford 1/2 Ton truck may well be the most beautiful truck ever to come out of Detroit. Green and black with black interior. This is a 12-year-old restoration and remains in excellent condition. It is original with a flathead V8. The only addition is an extra tail light. The '35 Ford was the last of the wire wheeled trucks. Also, note the bowed front bumper and the contour of the rear fenders. The truck is ready to drive or display. It has been driven less than 50 miles since the restoration. This truck has complete documentation related to the restoration.
by Douglas

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