1936 Ford Model 68 Convertible Sedan

Deluxe

Price

$59,950

Mileage

10

Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
V8 3.6L
transmission
Transmission
Manual
drivetrain
Drivetrain
RWD
fuel
Fuel
Gasoline
exterior-color
Exterior Color
Armory Green
interior-color
Interior Color
Saddle Tan
stock
Stock #
0001
request-VIN
VIN
VIN not provided
Fuel Economy
CITY
N/A
fuel-economy
HWY
N/A
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Description

1936 FORD MODEL 68 DELUXE PHAETON CONVERTIBLE Finished in Stunning Armory Green with Saddle Tan Leather Interior and Tan Convertible Top, this Rare All Numbers Matching Classic underwent an Exacting Professional Frame Off, Rotisserie Restoration by Ford Expert Jack Hogan, resulting in documented AACA National Junior & Senior Awards, in addition to Grand National Dearborn Awards, Dearborn Emeritus Awards, and Concours d Elegance Award. The clock shows 45,000 miles, believed actual from new. Mr. Hogan acquired this from the estate of Alice Henderson, a retired schoolteacher from Pocatello, Idaho. Mr. Hogan considered "Alice" to be the Most "Honored" vehicle in his collection. The original upholstery was exactly matched because the rear seat covering is completely original. Amenities include: - 3 Speed Manual Transmission - Floor Mounted Shifter - Selective Sliding Gear - V-8 Flathead Engine - 221 Cubic Inch Displacement - 85 Horsepower - 3.1" Bore - 3.8" Stroke - 6.3.1 Compression - Stromberg 1-Barrel Carburetor - Clock - Wind Up - Banjo-Style Steering Wheel - Ignition Key Lock - Factory Deluxe Wheels - Firestone "Double" Wide Whitewalls - 6.00 X 16 - Full Instrumentation - Running Boards - 182.8" Length - 112" Wheelbase - 2640 LBS. Weight - Owner Manual - Trunk Tool Set and Pouch This Rare Phaeton underwent an "Open Checkbook Restoration." Of the only 5,601 Phaetons produced in 1936, only a Very Limited Number of "Trunk-Back" examples remain with this Provenance, Low Original Mileage, and Coveted Documented National Awards. It sold at Bonham's Auction for $99,500, 200 miles ago. Simply, this has been considered one of the Very Best 1936 Fords in the World and would be the centerpiece of any collection.

Dealership Info

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