1934 Ford Tudor Sedan street rod. Original Steel body and frame (boxed) including grill, fenders and bumpers, Not chopped or channeled, original style roof top insert ( not filled). Body stripped and painted Candy Apple Red with Black Cherry fenders (House of Colors), Le Baron and Bonney light grey cloth interior.
HP 350 Chevy V8 with nitrous, Holley 780 vacuum secondary,
Accell electronic distributor, Sanderson cast iron ceramic coated
block hugger headers.
TH 350 transmission
73 Corvette rear with 3.73 posi and new trailing arm assemblies with stainless steel parking brakes and disc brakes, Lokar parking brake handle..
Outlaw independent front with adjustable coil overs, disc brakes and manual rack and pinion.
Ididit chrome tilt steering column with provisions for cruise control(have cruise control but not installed) & chrome steering wheel, grey rim.
Car has Corvette manual disc brake master cylinder
Vintage Air air conditioning
Stewart Warner Wings gauges in original grey dash with original chromed gauge panel and glove box door.
Centerline wheels with BFG T/A tires (P195/70R14 fronts & P255/70R15 rears).
Massachusetts titled as and is an original 34 with VIN plate
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