Price: US $75,000.00 Item location: Renton, Washington, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: woody 4 door sedan wagon
  • SubModel: sedan
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: 4 door sedan
  • Year: 1936
  • Mileage: 51,452
  • VIN: LUF-2574266
  • Color: Metal: Beige; Wood: Finished Maple; Grill: Chrome
  • Engine size: flat head 8 221 CID (3.6 L)
  • Number of cylinders: Eight (8)
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Three Speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Dashboard: Dark Brown; Upholstery: Brown Vinyl;
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1936 Ford woody 4 door sedan wagon sedan

1936 Ford Woody SedanVehicle History
Here is a letter written by a previous ownerdescribing the history of the Woody, s you can see the woody has seen war action, raveled aboard, as in a movie and has had articleswrittenaboutit.
Dear Paul,
The history of the car as far as I know it.
It was made in Canada in 1935, he door glass indicates November 1935, old in the UK 1936 the car wasrequisitionedin 1940 by the government and was used by the WRVS. I found markings on the bonnet. It was returned to its originalowner, ho sold the car to a Ford Dealership at Bishop Auckland.
It was then purchased by Mr. Graham in 1946 who owned a gravel company from Gainfor, he car was used by Mrs Graham until 1952when it was used as a pool car by office staff until bought by my brother for 13 pounds in 1954 . it was sold the next day for 25 pounds a vast profit in those days.
The buyer was a Mr Loxley also of Gainford, ho used the car until 1959, hen it was stored until I purchased the Ford in 1979. I have owned the car since.
The mileage showed 37,000 when I bought the car it is now 51,000 miles, t is possibly correct but I could notguaranteeit as so.
It has no mechanical faults of anydescriptionit is as good underneath as on top. The Big photo was when it came into 2nd in class at the Northern Ford gathering sponsored by 'Fast Ford Magazine' it was beaten by a 1953 Ford 8HD with 3,000miles from new, o Ididn'treally mind.
The car has been on TV in Heartbeat and the subject of a magazine article in 'American Classics'.I was invited to take the car to 'Esenn Motor Show' in Germany by the 'Pre 50 American Auto Club' but personal reasons said no.
The car is in very good condition and iscurrently taxed and tested.
Yours Foster
This letter was retyped and a copy of the original is available upon request
AppraisalJim Winter(CollectibleCar Appraisals, 002)
Subject vehicle 1936 FordModel 4 door Station WagonSerial Number LUF-2574266Engine Number 313F7716235Country of Origin USACoach Builder Ford Motor CompanyOdometer Reading 51345Owner's Name Paul Ripley
Body and Exterior
GeneralDescription: A restored (ca1980) 1936 Ford Woody Station Wagon. The metal body panels are finished in beig, losely matching a correct color for this car. Paint quality is good with some scratches and paint flaws noted on the cowling and hood. The maple body panels are in good refinished condition.
Front Fenders: Good restored condition, ndercoated. Finish around wheel openings could be improved upon.
Rear Fenders: Good restored condition, ndercoated. Finish around wheel openings couldbe improved upon.
Hood: Good restored condition, nderside is well finished.
Rear Cargo Area: The rear cargo area has two bench seats mounted, ood finish is goodCarpeted in brown loop weave carpet. Interior finish is good. The tailgate is in good restored condition. Hinges and latches work well, it is good.
Doors: Good restored condition. Flex noted on hinge pillars. Hinges and latches work well, it is good.
Top of roof: Finished in a three piece vintage viny, n good condition. Non-stock rain gutters and side moldings are used.
Running Boards: Restored original units recovered with correct rubber mat.
Grill and Bright work: All chrome and stainless on this car is in good restored condition.
Lighting and Electrical detail: Two six volt batteries are used. Under dash wiring shows evidence of repair. All electricalcomponents function well.
Features include:
*After market turn signals on front fenders and under rear bumper*Lucas trafficator cowl mounted turn signal*Two Radyox spotlights are mounted on windshield pillar*Trailerwiring
External accessories and options:
* Front bumper mounted badge bar with Auto Club badges and 1932 Ford V8 headlight bar emblem*Front bumper mounted turn signals*Rear reflectors*Lucas Trafficator mounted turn signals*Dual Swan's neck hinge mirrors*Dual tail lights*Dual Radyox spotlights*Rear turn signals*Tailgate mounted continental spare tire cover
GeneralDescription: A good original chassis with some restored pieces
Front Suspension: Shock transverse leaf spring with beam axle. Moudaille shock absorbers and the original mechanical brakes. Appears to be in good condition.
Rear Suspension: Stock transverse leaf springs and Moudaille shock absorbers, n good working condition.
Motor and Engine compartment detail: Restored original 221 cubic inch V8, uns well.Detail to originalspecificationsis good.
Radiator: Restored original in good condition.
Transmission: Good original three speed, unctions well.
Differential: Good original condition
General Underbody condition: Good original condition, llcomponentsare repainted black.
Tires: Commander 600x16 wide whitewall.
Wheels: Restored original 16 inch.
Hubcaps: Restored original full disc.
Exhaustsystem: Upgraded to dual exhaust.
Glass: New glass throughout at some point. Chipping and scratches were noted on left front window. New channels and cats whiskers throughout. Rear side windows are glued in. An Eisenglass rear window is mounted in rear curtain.
Vehicle History: Bought from original owner who commissioned a "frame on" restorationin 1980. The present 2nd owner purchased the car in 2001 in the U.K. This car is a righthand drive unit imported to the U.K. when new.
Comments and over allimpression: An older restoration of a very good low mileage car.The coach work and vintage accessories made this a unique desirable collectors vehicle.
This appraisal was re typed and the original is available upon request.
History Documents for this vehicleTransport History: Documents from U.K. and CanadaAppraisal History: Documents from 2015 and 2002Sales History: Documents of sales and transfersLicensing History: Documents of licensingInspection History: Documents for license tabs/ CanadianRegistration History: Documents for HistoricvehicleTitle History: Documents for title and transferVehicle Startup: Documents forprocedureto start vehicleInsurance History: Documents for InsuranceHistory of Car: Documents and letters of car and Photos and photo album