This gorgeous 1934 Ford Roaster convertible with a rumble seat has been completely redone! Show this beauty off to friends and family. It was purchased in Minnesota around 1980. It has been completely dissembled and redone. It has an all new floor pan, every nut and bolt is brand new. It's 100% restored to all original standards with some stainless steel upgrades (headlamps, heavy duty chromo bumpers, tow bar, etc.). It has a new steel hood and custom dash. The original engine was completely rebuilt by a master mechanic. It runs like new. It's always been garaged and maintained beautifully. This vehicle is exceptional in all ways. It was recently repainted and has less than 600 miles on it total (less than 100 miles with this owner since 1980). It's a show car! Video references a price of $76k but the price is now $64k obo.
This car is located in Jefferson City, Missouri. Buyer would need to arrange for pick up or delivery. Message to see and drive this car.
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