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1936 Ford Model 68 Deluxe Phaeton
Chassis No. 182835310
Spec: 85hp 221 cu. in. V8 engine, three-speed manual transmission, live axle front suspension with transverse leaf springs and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 112"
In 1936 Ford built 791,892 automobiles. Only 5,555 of them were Deluxe Phaetons. An attractive and sporting open car with room for a family, the phaeton was fast losing ground to the less stylish but much more practical sedans which, in deluxe trim alone, outsold phaetons by more than 35 to one. The trend was clear: Ford built 6,073 Phaetons in 1935, 5,555 in 1936, 3,723 in 1937 and 1,169 in 1938, its last year in Ford’s catalog. That helps explain why collectors value so highly the Deluxe Phaeton, even more valuable than the sporty roadster and convertible cabriolets. Elegant and yet practical, the Phaeton’s style complemented the styling changes for 1936 which included revised grilles, horns hidden behind grilles in the fender catwalks and new rear fenders.
To modern collectors, the Phaeton’s generous interior space and easy access through the four doors are complemented by its sleek styling and the enjoyment of open-air driving. The 85hp flathead V8 engine gives plenty of peppy performance and its enjoyment is enhanced by the flathead’s characteristic exhaust burble.
Chassis No. 182835310: As the recipient of an older ground-up restoration, this stunning Phaeton is finished in a desirable maroon and tan interior upholstery combination. Completing the impressive presentation, the Ford displays its solid tan convertible top.
The car has aged gracefully since its last reclamation, showing the usual signs of patina, oxidation and rubber cracking. This handsome Phaeton remains a very reliable example, highly useable for both short jaunts and long tours.
Additionally, the Deluxe Phaeton is accompanied by a host of accessories including trunk rack, correct hardcover rear spare tire, wide white-wall tires, driving lamps, as well as restoration photo documentation and 25 years of Oklahoma registration receipts.
* A reliable, driver-quality example!
* Well preserved, retains factory styling!
* A highly desirable model among Ford enthusiasts!
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