If you''re looking for a hot rod from the mid-30s and want the perfect balance between performance and extras, you must take a look at cars like this 1936 Ford Club Cabriolet. With a storied small block under the hood, and conveniences like air conditioning, it''s hard to go wrong with this car if you''re in the market for a comfortable cruiser. Step up closely and you''ll discover a graphite gray paint job that is silky smooth and looks fantastic under our lights with reflective metallic flake. That paint has aged well and will remain timeless on the curvy body of this Ford. Custom bumpers are mounted at both ends and are accented with dual red stripes that provide a nice contrast. Out back there are blue dot tail lights that sit above chrome dual exhaust tips. Up front is the large, vertical grill that is topped by the elegant ''V8'' branded greyhound hood ornament. When the manual convertible top is buttoned up, it fits very snug and is wrinkle free. That pre-war styling is complemented with some hot rod flare with 15'''' Crager SS wheels at all four corners. Open the doors to a striking, custom red and black interior. The seats are covered in black leather with red ostrich skin inserts and red stitching. The door panels are wrapped in the same black leather with red and gray ostrich inserts, and feature the door handles and power windows operated by manual looking window cranks. Facing the driver is a body matched dash that remains simple, but houses a fuel gauge, speedometer, water temperature gauge, switches for the A/C and heat, and an Alpine AM/FM/cassette player hidden in the glove box. Topping the tilt column is a banjo steering wheel with a ''V8'' branded horn button and ostrich skin trimming the rim. Overall it''s comfortable cabin where you don''t have to compromise. You can even carry three other passengers to your next cruise-in. Powering this Cabriolet is a 350 cubic inch V8. That small block pulls air and fuel through and Edelbrock carburetor and aluminum intake manifold, and sends power to a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission. Turning power to a Ford 9'''' rear end, you can count on a solid and reliable drive train underneath. Exhaust gasses are spent through a dual exhaust system for a throaty exhaust note. Sunny day cruises are assisted with power steering and power brakes with discs up front, while 195/65/15 front and 235/75/15 rear tires keep things grounded. This 1936 Ford Club Cabriolet offers a pre-war era enthusiast a great opportunity to purchase a car with the styling they love, performance they enjoy, and convenience they need. With a subtle but desirable color combination, you''ll want to fast to act on this one. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.