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Old 07-13-2009, 10:30 PM
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1935 Ford Coe

I Have a 1935 ford coe yes its a 35 not 37. I was told they only made 50 of them and only 4 are left any info would be nice. my emil is partemout3@yahoo.com. Not sure how i should build this baby. tks jim

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Old 07-13-2009, 10:47 PM
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I love the old COE trucks. If it were mine, I'd build a fifth wheel toter home, but that's just me. I have a trailer to pull. How about a picture or two?
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here is a pic or 2 of it

i am new to this site so far so good
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35 coe

its just the cab now
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For information on the rarity of your truck, I suggest you join the forum at the American Truck Historical Society website http://www.aths.org/ and ask them.


By the way, I would kill for a truck like yours. Very cool.
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i am new to this site so far so good
I like this old ford. . Cole
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I have been around longer than most on this board and have always had a lot of interest in 35, 36, 37 Fords. I have seen book shelves full of literature on these years, but have never seen a 35 or 36 COE in any of them, nor have I ever seen any COE in the literature. While it will be an interesting build, I think you will find a 36 PU with some deep underpinning!!! Those are PU fenders on it: not the 1 or 1-1/2 ton fenders. Please post some Pics of the marriage of the top cab to the big riser supporting it as well as the attachment of the Pug nose.

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Its the same cab as my 1/2 ton 35 same fenders. but i was told the stock fenders were notched for the doors. the panles between the cab and fenders are not the right ones.here is some more pics. I do have the stock chrome that goes around the grill it don't fit my pickup it don't have a bend and its biger.The old man i picked it up from told me they made 50 of them and there are 4 left counting mine. I don't know he is 87 years old and has had the truck for over 50 years. I am at a loss but it will make a cool rat rod
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more pics

here is some more pics
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this is the emblem above the ford one
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Great looking project!

You might want to try the Big Bolts forum on this site for more information

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Your 1/2 ton in the pic has a 36 hood and grill, or it is a 36. I would never challenge anyone's claim on the year of their old Ford because Henry was big on using all the parts, when possible. He could well have run out of hood and grill parts near the end of the 35 run and threw on the new 36 parts. The 36 used the left over 35 frames til near mid year and then the new, improved(?) frame was installed. Same for the doors, except the 35s ran out in about 3 months. An interesting mod to a 35 or 36 PU is to put a 35 or 36 car hood grill and front fenders on them.

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35 1.2

You called that right. I have the right parts but the 36 parts were in better shape.It is all steal truck. thats what i was after. GOOD CALL. Now help me find out more about the coe truck please.I am about ready to put it on ebay just to try to get info on it.
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I don't think there was a 36 COE, thus it is hard to come up with something that does not exist.

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