Ben Delphia's 1936 Ford
1936 Ford Tudor owned by Ben Delphia. Ben was an industrial design major at Art Center Design School in 1961. And his design notebook happened to contain a restyled 1936 Ford Tudor. The front end was modified by tunneling the headlights by using 1952-1954 Ford/Merc headlight rings. The door hinges were flushed and the body seams were filled. The stock front bumper was removed and a set of Nerf bars were installed. The Tudor was powered by a 1955 Buick Nailhead powerplant. Ben entered the car in the 1959 Grand National Roadster Show.
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