1935 Ford 3 Window Coupe


Vintage Car of the Month

Posted On November 3, 2014

Owned by Trevor from Mount Hope, ON.

“We bought the car in 2000 and drove it home from Pittsburgh, the body and paint was great, everything else, not so good.

So, over the next few winters, we installed a 383 Chev Stroker, 200R4 trans, 9” rear, air/heat, rear disc brakes, and black leather seats from a F-150 Harley Edition pick up.

This car was built to drive. We’ve been to shows in Knoxville, Tucson, Louisville, York, Kalamazoo, and many local shows.

We did two awesome road trips to Las Vegas with some good friends.

On one trip, the stops included the Grand Canyon, we drove parts of Route 66, stayed in Death Valley California, and experienced Tombstone Arizona.

These roadtrips included car shows in Vegas, Phoenix, Kansas, and our favorite show, Run to the Sun in Lake Havasu City AZ.

We did 7,500 miles, 527 gallons of fuel, won a Long Distance Award, and did 15 states in 28 days, and made lots of friends along the way.

Nothing beats winning a Long Distance Award, well, maybe, driving your hot rod down the strip in Vegas.”


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