Fellow Hot Rodders, As we began to post this listing, we read the HAMB advisory to beware of sales from folks with 0 posts. We agree with this advice, as it is safe internet practice. We also wanted to assure you, despite our low post numbers, we are real and legitimate. Having been in business for more than 45 years, and a hot rod enthusiast even longer, many of you know us, and chances are if you don't, you know someone who does. Thank you for your interest and please feel free to call us with your questions. BRUCE A. ELDER ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC AUTOMOBILES 114 SOUTH NEW STREET, STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 24401 540-885-0500 1936 Ford Deluxe Phaeton Model 68, Type 750 Body by Murray Ford Motor Company Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.A. V.I.N.: 18-3082625 Frame Number: 18-3082625 Virginia Title: 18-3082625 Build Date: June, 1936 Production: 5,555 Weight: 2,641 Price when new: $590.00 Paint: Prime Trim: Red and Black pleated vinyl seats by Le Baron Bonney, CHASSIS: Original 1936 Ford Frame, with unmodified X member and nicely boxed side rails. Sandblasted and painted in semi-gloss black. 4” Dropped front axle Reversed eye front spring 1940 Ford spindles and brakes Wishbones split to X member legs Original steering, nice banjo wheel 1936 Ford rear axle, torque tube, and 1940 Ford brakes. 1939 Ford pedal assembly and master cylinder Original shock absorbers , fronts rebuilt, rears rough. 1940 Ford 16” wheels with New Vintique '40 deluxe hubcaps and original trim rings 6.00 x 16 B.F. Goodrich Silvertown Whitewall Bias Ply Tires New Walker radiator and electric fan, inlets and outlets for flat head Ford V-8 BODY: 1936 Ford Deluxe Phaeton, Nice firewall and floorboards Complete top bows and rear window assembly All four original steel fenders (RR is New Old Stock) New running boards and New Vintique covers New Bob Drake stainless running board trim Stock height windshield (New Vintique chrome frame) Very rare early Cal Custom cast bronze bull nose Open car dash, wood grained and set up for SW 6 gauge set Original headlamp buckets and rims, New lenses and clips, drilled for signals There is no engine or transmission with this car. What you see here is what we have. History: We have an affidavit that states that this car was purchased from the legendary NASCAR driver, Glen “Fireball” Roberts, by a previous owner.