This 1936 Ford Tudor won the Al Slonaker Memorial Award in 2011 at the Grand National Roadster Show after the owner spent 14 years building it. The project starts with a boxed frame using a Mustang II front suspension, Heidts tubular control arms, Flaming River manual steering rack, Total Cost Involved 4-link rear suspension, and Aldan Eagle adjustable coilovers. A set of Halibrand-style wheels cover disc brakes front and rear. The hot rod is powered by a 3.0 L V6 from a Ford Taurus SHO paired with a T5 five-speed manual transmission from a Mustang GT. From there power is sent to a narrowed 9-inch rear end with a TrueTrac limited-slip differential, 3.70 ratio, and 31-spline axles. The owner chopped, channeled, and section the body. It is covered in BMW Space Grey Metallic by KR Custom Body. The car is for sale on Bring a Trailer located in Bremerton, Washington.
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