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1936 Ford Roadster

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Roadster
Type: Convertible
Year: 1936
Mileage: 220
VIN: 182302921
Color: Blue
Engine: 383
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tujunga, California, United States
Convertible, Leather Seats

Description for Ford Roadster 1936

    • The Boyd Coddington Bud Light Roadster
    • Featured on American Hot Rod
    • 1936 Ford Coupe body modified to Roadster configuration
    • M&R 383/450 HP V-8 engine
    • Edelbrock intake manifold
    • 4-barrel carburetor
    • Headers and dual exhaust
    • GM 700R4 automatic transmission
    • Boyd Coddington Pro Ride chassis
    • Corvette rear suspension with coilovers
    • Independent front suspension with coilovers
    • 4-wheel disc brakes
    • Custom interior by Gabe Lopez
    • One-off Boyd Coddington wheels with titanium anodized center, 15 inch front and 17 inch rear
    • Goodyear radial tires
    • Hidden license plate
    • Hidden bluetooth stereo system
    • Custom Bud Light Cover

    There is only one Boyd Coddington Bud Light Street Rod, and this 1936 Ford is the one and only. The roadster began its journey from concept to reality with a dozen drawings that were reviewed by Bud Light customer focus groups, who chose a roadster as their favorite. The Bud Light Roadster was created from a 1936 Ford Coupe that was modified into its current configuration in a dramatic six-week maelstrom of customization, fabrication and personal conflict in front of an audience of millions on the nationally televised "American Hot Rod" show. The roadster is powered by a built and balanced M&R Engine 383 CI small-block Chevrolet V-8 backed by a GM 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission. Tube headers, dual exhaust and an Edelbrock intake manifold topped with a 4-barrel carburetor help the engine develop 450 HP. The Boyd Coddington Pro Ride chassis is equipped with signature Boyd Coddington coilover front and rear independent suspension featuring a Corvette center section that channels throttle input to the rear wheels down to the ground. Upgraded 4-wheel disc brakes work with the independent suspension for a contemporary ride and road control. The media-blasted steel shell was fastened to a chassis jig and its coupe body was transformed with bracing and hand-formed custom sheet metal into a 1936 Ford Roadster. Countless hours of fabrication and leadwork later, the roadster body was outfitted with a Gabe Lopez custom-upholstered interior and then finished with more than six stages of deep Candy Blue paint topped with a hand-painted and pinstriped Bud Light graphic swoosh. The Bud Light Roadster rides on one-off 15-inch front and 17-inch Boyd Coddington alloy wheels with titanium-anodized centers and staggered-aspect-ratio Goodyear radial tires that take advantage of the independent suspension and lend the roadster its aggressive stance.

    Please call Albert at 8183555494 for questions...It was just appraised at $188k..