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1936 Ford
1936 Ford Hot Rod
This is a 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe, owned by Ray Agen of Anchorage, Alaska. The body is all steel, and the car was built in Ray's home garage.

1936 Ford Hot Rod
The engine is a 351 Windsor, stroked to 392 cubic inches. It dyno tested at 430 ft-lbs of torque, and 395 horsepower. It includes an Edelbrock RPM manifold, aluminum heads, a Holley 750 cfm carburetor, MSD ignition, March pulleys, a Comp cam and roller rockers, and Sanderson full-length headers. It hooks to a Ford AOD 4-speed automatic transmission, and a Ford 9" rear with 3.73:1 ratio.

1936 Ford Hot Rod
The interior inludes Classic Instruments gauges, Dakota Digital LED shift indicators, Hot Rod Air A/C, and remote power windows. The steering column is a 1991 Bravada tilt column. The seats are 6-way power, in ultra leather and ultra suede, with Juliano's 3-point seat belts, and custom panels and armrests.

1936 Ford Hot Rod
Ray reports that doing the upholstery was the best part of the car, since he had previously never stitched any of the cars he had built.

You can find more pictures and information on this build in Ray's Hotrodders Project Journal, under his Hotrodders Bulletin Board username: snkbyt. To view the Journal, click here.




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