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1936 Ford Woodie wagon British woody RHD 1 of 2

Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: wagon
Trim: Woodie wagon
Year: 1936
VIN: 7902138
Color: Tan
Engine: V8 Flathead
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Glendora, California, United States

1936 Ford Other Woodie wagon Additional Info:

1936 Ford Woodie. Manufactured in Canada and exported to the U.K. in 1936. Was used in WWII by the Womens Royal Volunteer Services. This wagon has some very rare options including Lucas semaphores, rear markers and dual spotlights. The wood body is in very good original condition. The doors open and shut properly. The wagon doesn't appear to be missing any hardware. The wagon has all 3 original seats which are in very good shape. The V8 flathead was stated as being rebuilt by a previous owner and just received about $1500 worth of tuneup in the past 30 days. The engine fires right up and idles and runs great. Engine temps are normal and I have driven this woodie to local shows and cruise nights. The carburetor was rebuilt, both water pumps replaced, new batteries, rebuilt distributor and tune. The original mechanical brakes are adjusted properly and work very well. The steering is good and the wagon tracks correctly. The WW tires have very few miles on them. The undercarriage is clean. All the glass is in good condition. The paint job is older but still very presentable. There are a few flaws in the paint which I will post in the pics. Engine is very clean. Overall a very clean 1936 woodie. Being a U.K. woodie this wagon has Right Hand Drive. Clean title.