Custom Built 1934 Ford 3-window Coupe. All Steel, including fenders and running boards. The body is gun-barrel straight with a fantastic paint job. The paint is Dupont Chromabase Clear Coat. The color is Metallic Black Cherry. The Frame is also 1934 custom built, with a Dropped Axle/Split Wishbone. This car is very custom, and workmanship is second to none. Built by John Birosh and Lee Osborne. Osborne built Jeff Gordon's Street Rod. The frame is painted with same paint as the body. The engine is a Chevy 350, completely new with a new block from Summit Racing. Aluminum heads, MSD ignition, one of a kind valve covers, Computer Dyno'd at 430 HP, Built by Barry Smith. Transmission is a TH350 built to specs to match the engine, Lokar shifter, Differential Ford Posi 373 ratio. Interior is original '34 Dash with working vent and glove box. Upholstery is top grade ivory leather, with high bucket seats, head rests and seat belts to match. Stereo and Vintage Air is located behind the seats to preserve the 1934 vintage look of the dash. There is also a storage area behind the seats. This is a custom interior done by Flyboyz interiors. In addition to stereo and A/C, the car has power windows, Ididit Tilt Steering Column, and a custom Billet Banjo Wheel. Stainless Steel king pin's with roller bearings manufactured by SSBC (Stainless Steel Brake Corp) were used in place of power steering. Feels like power steering without all the parts and less weight. The grill is also original 1934, not a replica, complete with trim ring. The car also has SS 9" headlights, '34 blue dot tail lights, custom petals, tinted glass, ss hardware, ss exhaust (custom done through frame and over the axle), ss brake lines, ss gas tank. The car is 3" chopped with a slight California rake, and a superb stance. Thus far, the car has less than 2000 miles since built. Investment is well over 6 figures. Again, this is an all steel body, not fiberglass. This is your opportunity to own an immaculate, well crafted steel-bodied car.