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1936 Dodge Sedan Streetrod


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Engine Size
350 V8 Crate
4 Speed Automatic
852 (Since Built)
Fort Worth
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There is a good argument to be made that this 1936 Dodge sedan was one of the better designs of the mid-1930s. Sleek yet imposing, this incredible, frame-off restored streetrod embodies all that is great about Mopars, yesterday and today: big power, fantastic luxury, and impeccable style. And with $175k invested in this nut-and-bolt build, it could easily be the nicest Mopar streetrod we've ever featured.

This Dodge's sheetmetal is as it was in 1936, which only goes to show you that the original designers' vision is pretty hard to beat. From the waterfall grille to the flowing fenders to the nicely integrated trunk, this car looks right from any angle. Dressed in Mystic Gold paint on the body, and Root Beer Brown Metallic on the fenders and running boards, it certainly looks the part of an elegant super-sedan and the deep, shiny finish on this car doesn't disappoint. It was built to make cruising effortless while retaining all that is great about the late-30s, pre-war styling, and all of the bright trim was retained, including the distinctive grille, hood vents, and the stainless strips on the hood and the flanks of this beautiful Dodge. Fortunately, the Dodge's proportions are exactly right for modern driving, so the upgraded Michelin radials fit into the wheel wells like they always belonged. The paint shows incredibly well and you'd never guess that it was applied almost 10 years ago, but that's exactly the goal when you paint a low-mileage car (this Dodge only had 50k original miles before it was restored) to such a high-level. All the chrome was refinished as well, and it absolutely glistens up against the finish. Take a moment to enjoy the wonderfully simple bumpers, those nicely integrated hood vents, and the simple strip of stainless that highlights the car's profile. There's not a single line out of place and no excessive brightwork to distract you from the overall look. Wow, this is a real winner!

The interior is simply spectacular. Honestly, you almost run out of superlatives when describing this car. Completely reupholstered to where it practically looks like it was lifted completely intact from a late-model, it shows a craftsman's touch and an eye for detail that's entirely appropriate in a big luxurious sedan like this. All the seating surfaces are chocolate leather, with a big split-bench up front and custom door panels to match. A stylish wood-rimmed Pilot steering wheel tilt column mean it's all-day comfortable and with options like power steering, power brakes, A/C, and an easy-to-handle Lokar shifter for the automatic transmission below, this is a car that will carry you and your family cross-country in style and comfort. The original dash has been beautifully finished and upgraded with chrome inserts, with black-faced AutoMeter instruments inside the center panel. A custom lower dash panel houses the A/C controls and vents, and overhead is an elegant suede headliner. The carpeted trunk is big enough for all your gear on a long trip, making this a no-compromises hot rod that can do it all.

There's plenty of horsepower on tap thanks to a 350 cubic inch V8 crate motor that's all about well-placed horsepower and reliability. Topped by a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an aluminum intake, plus a set of Vortec saw-tooth heads, it cranks out more than plenty of horsepower and a very solid torque range. In addition to the hardware, there's a bunch of shiny aluminum and chrome dress-up to make it worthwhile to open the hood, especially those cool Dodge valve covers. The engineering involved means it runs cool (thanks in part to an aluminum radiator and electric fan), idles smoothly, and all the accessories are easy to reach for service. The modern A/C uses R134a refrigerant for reliability and a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission gives it long legs on the highway even with somewhat punchy gears in the 10-bolt rear end out back. Power steering and power front disc brakes are always a welcome sight, and the Mustang II-style front end and coilovers ensure a great ride every time out. Beautifully finished Dodge wheels look right on the old iron and carry 235/55/17 Michelin blackwall radials all around.

Incredibly well built and very tasteful, this big Dodge sets the bar high and clears it easily. Owned by the same family since the '60s and fully restored to the tune of $175k in 2010, this may be the nicest Mopar streetrod you'll ever see. If you have a family, few rods will carry them better than this '36 Dodge. Call today!

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  • Coil-Over Suspension
  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
  • Build Receipts
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Exterior Color
Mystic Gold
Interior Color
Transmission Spec
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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