Bob Stonoff's 1936 Ford
1936 Ford restyled by its owner Bob Stonoff and his brother Stanton Stonoff both from Tempe, Arizona. Bob, a teacher, frenched a set of 1958 Ford headlights to the molded fenders up front. The front was reworked to fit a 1940 Buick grille. The hood was filled and the side panels were graced with a sculptured air scoops with peaks fading back to the cowl. The top was left unchopped, however, a 1958 Chevrolet impala roof scoop trim was molded to the front and rear of the top. The rear fenders received a set of 1953 Pontiac taillights which were frenched into extended housings. The stock bumpers were replaced with ribbed 1949 Plymouth units. The interior was rolled and pleated Naugahyde done in baby pink and baby blue. A set of 1955 Buick hubcaps were added for further appeal. An antenna was installed behind the rear window. A continetal kit and fenders skirts wrapped up the style.
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