1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe


1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe

This is a great example of a well-balanced hot rod. Amazing new interior. Runs great, everything working–turn key. This isn’t a trailer queen. It is the kind of car that you get in, start, run errands in, or drive to the local car event. It handles well, is comfortable to drive in the city or at speed on the freeway. Its steering and brakes are solid and predictable and the suspension is tight. It has plenty of V8 power and a healthy exhaust, but isn’t obnoxious.

This is a chop top ’34 Ford Coupe (3 window). Built on a TCI chassis with an Outlaw body. The hood and louvered side panels are steel.

Specs:

Chassis: TCI Chassis, Mustang II independent front coil suspension. Rack and pinion steering, disc brakes, new tires. Rear axle is a Ford 8″ with drum brakes, leaf springs, and new tires. Aluminum billet 5-spoke wheels that are well suited for the car and tire sizes give it a nice balanced stance with a slight rake. Wheel center caps are a ‘knock off’ style. Dual chrome tipped exhausts. 12 gallon fuel tank.

Engine: Chevy V8 with Holly carburetor. It’s a 283 2-bolt block, 202 heads, nice aluminum valve covers and alternator. Aftermarket flex fan, chrome air cleaner and distributor cap. Dipstick is aftermarket with braided stainless housing and billet handle. Radiator overflow tank is chrome vertical column. Billet aluminum pulleys. Headers.

Transmission: Turbo 350 automatic. Shifts are firm and has appropriate torque converter (good street manners). Transmission cooler mounted under car in chassis. Shifter is a nice floor mount shifter with billet handle.

Interior: The interior was just redone and only has a couple of hundred miles on it. It was completely redone with leather seats, matching vinyl headliner, door panels, trim, etc. The carpet is a square weave Mercedes spec. All components new (pedals, shifter, brake handle, column cover). There is a battery shutoff switch under the passenger seat (great for longer storage periods or extra security). The seats fold forward or tilt back and slide on tracks. There is an access panel from behind the seats to the trunk. The space behind the seats is fairly large (no passenger capability there). The gauge cluster has a custom machined billet housing as does the stereo. VDO gauges (except tachometer that is a SunPro model separately mounted). The Odometer has a separate trip odometer with reset. Small LED indicators are on billet gauge cluster for turn signals. Electric windows are controlled by concealed switches under dash. Steering column is a Chevy tilt wheel style with a nice aluminum and wood aftermarket steering wheel. Glove box is an aluminum box behind a fiberglass door. Switch to open/close trunk is located inside behind driver and trunk and has electrical ram operation. Wiper and lights have under dash concealed billet controls

Trunk: The trunk is opened/closed via electrical switch behind driver seat. The trunk has same carpet as interior and houses the battery in a plastic container covered with a custom cover. Pass thru panel allows access to area behind seats from trunk.

Body: Car comes with an extra hood (fiberglass) that does not have the hinged side panel. This allows car to be run showing the full engine. This alternate hood is scratched and would need a little touch-up to be run, but is included with car
Bumpers are chrome
Headlights have integrated turn signal amber bulbs in housing
Taillights are ‘teardrop’ style
Billet aluminum fuel filler cap
Hood ornament is classic chrome greyhound
Prior owner applied several decals to car as follows:
Along belt-line of body there is a pinstripe decal of barbed wire
There are decals on glove box door and under hood and trunk lid.
Decals may prove difficult to remove without damaging paint.
Front fenders show scuffing where louvered hood side panels have slid along fender
Various other nicks and imperfections as seen in pictures.

The car was originally built on the East coast about 10 years ago and then shipped to Colorado. The interior was completely done in the last 3 years, but only has a few hundred miles since being completed.

Condition: Used
Year: 1934
Mileage: 2,100
Make: Ford
Vehicle Title: Clear
Model: Other
Options: Leather Seats, CD Player
Trim: 3 window Coupe
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Engine: 283 V8
For Sale By: Private Seller
Drive Type: Automatic

 

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