1935 Ford Sedan

black and gold sedan

Mike Miernik’s design – ’35 Ford Sedan

This ’35 is a cool rod.  It rides on air-ride suspension and has an old school theme with modern components.  When the builder, Graveyard Customs, asked me to help with the design the first thing I thought of was to give it a two-tone color theme; a hot copper for the mid section and a medium pewter gray as contrast for the top and fenders.


front view of black and gold sedan

front view of ’35 Ford sedan

I felt that this would break up the body and give a lower look to the profile of the car.  The interior is also a two-tone theme with a unique wood floor surface.  The dash is fabricated using two ’35 Ford units spliced together.  Porsche tail lamps were frenched in to the rear sloping deck and headlights moved down for a low appearance.


aft view of black and gold sedan

rear view of ’35 Ford sedan

The car’s styling is clean, somewhat understated, and it’s all in the details.

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