This 1934 Ford coupe is a complete and premium build with a fresh V8, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, custom interior, and an overall sleek appearance that draws people in to take time looking at the details.
You can just picture thundering down some fresh blacktop in a bold yellow icon like this, can't you? So the vivid yellow announces this is something special even before people see the tight fit of the quality fiberglass body. So it earns the sleekness where this .....
coupe foregoes much of the trim so there's nothing to get in the way of you appreciating the swoopy fenders and the sporty chopped-top look. But this also doesn't miss out on brightwork. It has a clean look with the waterfall grille, polished bumpers, and headlights cleanly mounted on the single-piece front end. And those wide exhaust tips and polished Torq Thrust wheels with their aggressive 14/15-inch front/rear stance nicely announce the added performance of this coupe.
The exterior has the look of a powerful and wild coupe, but when you open the suicide doors, you can see the interior is about thoughtful comfort. There's a tasteful two-tone gray on the well-bolstered high-back bucket seats, custom door panels, and plush floor mats. There are details you don't get on other builds. Like power windows, a fully carpeted trunk, and shoulder seatbelts. It makes for a better cruiser, and you get the sense that this one was really made for driving. That's why you have the Lecarra sports steering wheel, a tilt column, a Lokar shifter, power steering, and the bold yellow dash dominated by crisp black readouts.
Grab your sunglasses before looking in the engine bay. You can tell there was a ton spent on shining components like the etched air grabber, matching valve covers, alternator, master cylinder, and so much more. And that piano hinge hood makes sure you can really show it all off. But more than just flash, this V8 has substance. It's a 327 cubic-inch motor that's part of a fresh build we can measure in weeks. This has power upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock polished intake, and Hooker headers feeding a dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. As you look underneath, you'll spot nice details like a Mustang II-style front end, air shocks in the rear, and a strong boxed steel chassis. And because this was made to be a driver, you have envious upgrades like four-wheel power disc brakes and a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
Complete with build receipts, this is the bold '34 coupe with a strong and fresh heart. So if you want to drive a stunner, call today!