1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe by Hales Speed Shop

Yet another bad ass production from Hale’s Speed Shop, a 1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe dropped lower than an F1 car. Hale’s Shop have a certain style that only they can pull off and it’s brilliant. You can just tell that mechanically these cars are perfect with new chassis’s and modern brakes, suspension and exhausts system being fitted. Externally they car’s don’t need to be perfect, the rear of the Ford still shows how far the rust got before the dealt with it. I like that it’s a very honest look, they don’t go the for perfect car show finish and I’m glad they don’t as I think this is there finest work to date.

With a true hot rod exposed engine the LSX engine looks fantastic, I bet thing thing packs a huge punch due to the fact that it’s been fitted with a turbo. The engine always have a lot of attention lavished upon them, all black with the usual silver but it really fits the Ford well. The side exit exhausts look amazing and give the car an even more aggressive look than it already had. The air suspension makes this thing drop so close to the ground you couldn’t get a cigarette paper under it.

Apparently the 1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe belongs to TJ from Hale’s Speed Shop. They said “It seemed like yesterday we were picking this car up in Missouri and bringing it back down to the shop, that was 4 years ago, now this car a turbo’d LSX and has a new chassis, and is his daily driver. I haven’t taken pictures of this car in a while, until now.” This is one of the things that sets this garage apart from the rest is the quality and style of the photography.

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1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe by Hales Speed Shop

1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe by Hales Speed Shop

1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe by Hales Speed Shop

1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe by Hales Speed Shop