A brief history of the 1935 and 1936 Ford Coupe
The 1935-36 Ford Coupes were the most popular and hot selling models of the 1930’s.
A fresh redesign of the Ford V8, the 1935 Ford Model 48 had incredible looks, improved ride, modern built, and important mechanical improvements that made it America’s best-selling automobile in 1935.
The 1936 Ford Coupe Model 68 retained the basic body style and structure of the 1935 model 48 but with new rear fenders and restyled front end.
The body style of the 1936 Ford Coupe had a bright chrome finish around the headlamps, grille, and windshield.
The outside mounted horns in the 1935 ford models were hidden behind the front fenders in the 1936’s Ford models.
1935-36 Ford Coupe Custom Build at Palm Beach Customs
The sleek beauty of 1935-36 ford coupe will certainly attract anyone. We magically transform your years old 1935-36 ford coupe with our efforts. It takes 1200 man hours to complete full restoration of your 1935-36 ford coupe. Firstly, we start with removing the rust to do the body work and apply primer. Once the metal and body work is complete, the car is fabricated and complete interior is done. The car is then finished with quality paint work.
The rebuilding work includes complete restoration build as per your specifications that cover:
- Custom interior – From planning to final output no detail is overlooked to fantastically turn out your 1936-36 Ford Coupe.
- Quality body and paint work – The body of the car is rebuilt with quality parts and metals. The car is then custom painted by disassembling the car. After painting the car is again reassembled to complete the process.
- Custom build suspension and Art Morrison Chassis – We offer restoration with best in suspension and chassis options from Art Morrison.
This is a custom build so you can ask for whatever you want in your classic 1935 and 1936 Ford Coupe.
Currently, we are building only a limited number of 1935 and 1936 Ford Coupe.
So, hurry to get your name on one of them.
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