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Hot Rods 1935-36 Ford Roadster picture thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by bubba67, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. Weemark has a beauty there, too. All stock? Washington Blue?
     
  2. weemark
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    rokit its nearly stock. its got some dropped springs on it front and rear, juice brakes, a 39 box and a 59ab flattie which has navarro heads and intake. I dont think it is washington blue as I tried to get a match for it but its the wrong shade.

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  3. The late Lynn Williams' 36 coupe turned roadster. Built by the Kennedy Bros., I like the longer rear deck.

    Mick
     

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  4. bubba67
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    Here's a great one...Timeless !
     

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  5. wizzard23
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    My favorite Fords ever. Great thread. Thanks guys!
     
  6. Tatorboy
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    This is the Iversen Originals car pictured earlier in the tread. Was running a flathead when I saw it at 2011 LARS. The owner said it started off as a coupe.
     
  7. bubba67
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    Another sweet roadster. One of Fords best looking cars !
     

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  8. This thread is full of beautiful cars!:) HRP
     
  9. Goldy
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    When I was a kid about 13 years old in 1957, I had the opportunity to cruise nights in a 36 Ford Roadster. It was a thrilling experience that I will never forget. The roadster was georgous with metallic maroon paint and a chopped white top. A modified flathead with headers and duals with "true tone" mufflers. I felt like I was a really "cool cat" tooling through the local burger joints like Big Boys and the Green Arrow outside of Philly. I have ridden in so many different machines in my life but few compare to that 36 roadster!!
     
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  10. Pete1
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    1953 at Arlington drag strip.
     

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  11. DjNeil
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    Mine even has the rare 36 option of an external washing machine
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  12. tbauer
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    I can't believe I missed this thread. Here's one I'm building, but i think i measured something wrong?:eek:
     

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  13. PDQ36
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    At the moment we've gone the 'Hot Rod' route with ours.....
     

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  14. 296 V8
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    I don’t know who owns this but IMO it doesn’t get any better.

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  15. This is John Koenkes' car from socal...
     

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  16. ss34coupe
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    Hey, that's what it is all about! Very nice looking roadster with a perfect stance.
     
  17. Oh, my...
     
  18. plywude
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    Can I play ? here's my 36......... 11-20=2010 028.jpg

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  19. Nomad35
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    Here's mine just recently acquired.
     

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  20. carbuilder
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    Here is mine when it showed up from Kansas it sat up side down in a framers field for 40 years.
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    Here is how it looks now.
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    Hope to get back on it after the first of the year health issues have put a crimp on things for quite awhile.
     
  21. Another season, subtle changes. Buick drums on Lincoln brakes up front, rolling on Rocket 'Strike' 15x6 and 15x7 (Rader copies) with BFG T/A's. Can't go any lower in front with these size tires, oh well. Its sure begging for a chopped windshield and top, but its not in the budget yet.

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    Steve
     
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  22. A kinda old thread, but one that so totally needs a bump...
     
  23. Oh, and to contribute - something found while looking for something else.
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  24. Mo rust
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    dads36roadster.jpg My fathers 36 roadster. His handle is Three Window on here.
     
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  25. chinarus
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    Anyone know how many were built - USA?
    Still exist?
    Definite top 5 all time body style
     
  26. Building this 1936 Ford Boattail on a Jag suspension, and a flathead. Much work to do. This is the original and the body is fiberglass. Originally built by Fairlane fiberglass and three exist. We obtained the molds for this, a roadster, cabriolet, convertible, and Phaeton. The boattail is our first car from these molds and is coming along daily. Boattail Icon Logo_2_reduced.jpg
     
  27. uncle buck
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1470207092.256277.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1470207118.801869.jpg
    From Victoria Deuce Days show
     
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