Up for sale in our Tampa showroom is this incredible 1934 Ford Cabriolet Kit Car (titled as a 2003). Under the hood sits a balanced and blueprinted 393 CID V8 built by Joe's Engines and no expense was spared. Bolted to the block is a set of Headman Headers, Edelbrock Victor Jr. Heads, SCAT chrome-molly crank, H Beam rods, SRP Pistons, Comp Cam HYDR Roller Cam (.540 lift 238 duration 110 spread), and Holley 750 Carb with an HEI distributor. The motor is mated to an automatic Ford transmission with overdrive, shift-kit and 2700 GER torque converter paired with Ford 8.8 rear end (390 gear ratio 31 spline axles w/ Ford locker). This hotrod also features a Heidt stainless steel coil over front suspension with rack and pinion steering, Carrera coil overs in the rear, and a Deuce Factory sway bar. This fiberglass body car is very stable and can be easily brought to a full stop with its 4-wheel disc brake system. Inside the interior is in immaculate condition with a complete Vintage Air A/C system (never been charged), power windows, and a power driver's seat. A set of brass plated gauges accent the dash with a nice elegant touch as you strap yourself into this badboy with a set of RCI racing harnesses under the tubular roll cage. This Cabriolet also comes with a JVC stereo system and tan convertible top that can be folded back and covered with a boot, or removed so you can enjoy those beautiful sunny days! Finishing it off is a set of polished aluminum Weld Pro-Star wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson tires (26x7.5-15LT front 29x15.5-15LT rears). Whether you're looking for a weekend cruiser or something to add to your collection, you will definitely be the badboy on the block with this fantastic hotrod! To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 1934 Ford Cabriolet Kit Car, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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