1934 Ford 3 Window

Technical specifications of Ford 3 Window 1934

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Ford
Model: 3 Window
SubModel: Streetrod
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1934
Mileage: 46,717
VIN: R2499
Color: Yellow
Engine size: 350 V8
Power options: Air conditioning
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Tan
Options: CD player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

How big an icon is the 1934 Ford 3-window coupe? How about the fact that next to the Shelby Cobra, it's the most reproduced shape in the entire automotive kingdom. And when clad in eyeball-searing Pearl Yellow metallic paint, this beautifully built coupe has a powertrain built for combat and a long list of features that will make it your first choice for your next ride.The body is fiberglass, and as a result this '34 coupe feels solid, well-built, and sturdy. Thanks to a considerable investment in labor and time, it has been transformed into an awesome-looking machine. Full fenders, a lightly chopped top, and suicide doors give it a classic hot rod look, and the paint certainly wasn't intended to keep a low profile. That's a good thing, because you just can't miss that giant engine hanging out there in the wind. With the easy way fiberglass works, it's easy to get great results like this, and the two-stage urethane has a shine that still looks good even with a few signs of use. Traditional flames highlight the Ford's curves and give it an old-school rod look with a modern twist. Correct 1934 bumpers with the dip in the center, a shiny chrome grille, King Bee headlights, and '39 Ford taillights deliver the custom details that gets cars noticed, and running boards were painted to match so everything blends in nicely. Interiors don't have to use exotic materials and flashy colors to be dramatic, as the tan tweed guts of this '34 Ford so ably demonstrate. Twin low-back buckets are nicely bolstered, then wrapped in fabric stitched into a simple pattern that's echoed on the door panels. You'll also note while those suicide doors are open that new billet hardware was used throughout. Other comfort-aiding accessories include A/C (needs to be serviced), a tilt column with a custom 4-spoke wheel, and an AM/FM/CD/Pod stereo system that sounds fantastic. The dash is full of classic VDO gauges, there are billet pedals on the floor, and there's a trick B&M shifter in the center. Open the rear deck and you'll find a neatly finished trunk with a pair of amplifiers for the entertainment system. If you're going to have a bright yellow coupe with flames, it had better be able to dance, so this one sports a 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 with plenty of go power. Dressed with a giant Dyer supercharger and a pair of Edelbrock 4-barrel carbs, it definitely has the high-performance hardware. Fortunately, it backs it up by running extremely well and making big horsepower, yet it's docile enough to drive every day. Aluminum valve covers, polished accessories, and enhanced with a bit aluminum radiator up front, it looks as good as it runs. Its good road manners are no doubt aided by the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a narrowed 9-inch Ford rear axle with Strange internals and 3.90 gears on a limited slip. Up front, there's a Mustang II suspension with rack-and-pinion steering to give it modern ride and handling, not to mention power disc brakes, while the rear is ladder bars and coil-overs. A custom exhaust with Hooker long-tube headers sounds spectacular and uses cool outlets just ahead of the rear wheels. Finally, that perfect rake is enhanced by shiny Billet Specialties wheels wearing 195/50/15 front and 29x18.5-15 rear tires.Built to rock and roll, this beautiful '34 Ford coupe is contemporary, fully sorted, and ready to have some fun. Call today!

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