Wallace Seawell and Ed Ingram's 1936 Ford

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Custom Roadster built by Wallace Seawell and Ed Ingram. They started the build with a set of 1936 Ford frame rails. The rails were set 6-8 inches wider than stock. The rear fenders were taken from a 1935 Ford. The doors were borrowed from a 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan. Front fenders, grille and hood were from a LaSalle. Inside the car sported a 1940 Ford instrument panel and a Chrysler Airflow steering wheel. The car was registered as a 1936 Ford[1]

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