Geir Natvig's 1936 Ford

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A photo of El Fandango taken next to The English Coupe in 2018. Photo courtesy of Arthur Malo.
Photo courtesy of Arthur Malo.

1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe built by Geir Natvig of Verdal, Norway. Named "El Fandango," the car became world famous as the "Norwegian Blacksmith's 36 Coupe" after the build debuted on the HAMB, and after it was featured on the cover of Rod & Custom Magazine.

Geir built the coupe from the remains of a 1936 Ford Tudor that he got from Rjukan in Telemark, Norway.

The fenderskirts were homemade on an English wheel. Geir fit the car with 1957 Cadillac hubcaps.

In 2018 the coupe was owned by Arthur Malo.

Magazine Features

Kustomra'mag 5
Gasoline Magazine Number 2 2008


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