This 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe has the unmistakable appearance of a vintage hot rod. But as you get in for a closer look, you will see that this is a carefully crafted custom with some cool upgrades you don't see in many others. There's a bright interior done in supple leather, and the suspension has a more modern setup that includes four-wheel disc brakes. And oh yeah, the V8 power now also has a turbocharger!
Matte black is always one of the most sinister ways to represent a .....
street machine. But you'll also appreciate the smoothness of this that fits with the whole build. There's under 8k miles on this fiberglass build, which means a tighter/newer body that highlights the clean vintage lines. Plus, the color-matched frame, chopped roofline, shaved door handles, and channeled body give this coupe a seamless kind of style. There are no bumpers, fenders, engine cover, running boards, or any other superfluous weight. So it makes for a style that looks dark, clean, and mean. But this coupe also likes to have some flair because a turbo '34 is never going to fly under the radar. The darkness is contrasted nicely with the waterfall grille, clear headlights with LED inserts, and the Cragar SS wheels with extra meaty rear rubber for that iconic hot rod stance.
The red interior seems like this coupe practically radiates fire from within. And as people look inside, they'll discover one of the most comfortable interiors you'll find in a hot rod. The dual bucket seats have terrific bolstering for modern comfort and are even finished in supple leather. The red on these seats coordinates with the carpeting, door panels, headliner, and even the trunk for a very uniform total look. It's built with added comfort in mind, and so you have nice features like power windows and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with USB input and Bluetooth. And this comfort is well integrated into a sporty package that includes racing-style harnesses, a grippy sports steering wheel on a tilt column, billet pedals, and a dash full of VDO gauges.
The engine bay is ready to show off with a tidy style and a cool triple butterfly air intake. This 350 cubic-inch V8 is well-built with aluminum heads, a Chevy high-rise aluminum intake, and topped with a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor. And the exhaust setup is quite a special one so that it can feed the offset turbocharger. This is a healthy powerhouse, and it connects to a three-speed automatic transmission on its way to a stout Ford 9-inch rear. The suspension is a nice upgrade over the solid beams we usually see, and include tubular front control arms, tubular arms for the four-link rear, and rear adjustable coilovers. There's even an upgrade to four-wheel power disc brakes to give you superior stopping power.
It's hard not to get excited about such a well-done machine that turbocharges your 3-Window Coupe dreams. Call today!!!