Franklin Square, NY
1935 Ford Modified Humpback Sedan
FAA WATERCOLOR MARK DOES NOT APPEAR ON FINAL SALES
While attending a Classic Car Show in Hicksville, NY located on Long Island called Cruizin for a Cure, which was to raise money and awareness for Prostrate Cancer I saw out of the 500 various makes and models something I had never seen before with an unusual body design. This remarkable 1935 Ford Modified Humpback Sedan. Besides being in mint condition this car possessed some of the most unusual features I had ever seen on Classic Cars that I had photographed. The Humpback was extremely long and had a long vertical grill in the front that had vents on the side of the front of the car right above the front fenders. The front fenders were oversize monsters that connected to the running board and nearly touched the ground in front of the front tire. It had gorgeous white wall tires and a large, long hood that ran up to the roof and straight down off the back of the Humpback's trunk space. Finally the rear tires were not visible as they were covered completely by the rear fender all the way to the ground. The car was built low to the ground as you can see in the photo where the grill is nearly touching the ground. But I was glad I was able to see this car and have the opportunity to photograph it.
September 26th, 2013
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