1934 Ford Phaeton. Was rodded in the 60s and has been sitting
inside for 30 years. it has a 430 buick engine and th400
transmission. It has a 58 chevy rear and dropped axle in front with
split wishbone. The paint is chipping and needs to be done over.
Just replaced the old rear suspension with a chassis engineering
rear suspension. Installed a new x member and exhaust system, and a
new steel floor from front to back along with a new wiring harness.
Also replaced the single master cylinder to a dual cylinder and
installed disc brakes in front and there is all new steel brake and
gas lines. The car runs, drives, and stops ok. The lights and
signals work, and it does not overheat when running for over an
hour. Drove it a short distance and it seemed ok, but would update
the steering with a vega box. There are new tires and wheels on it,
center caps are included, just not installed. It probably needs a
quick going over before driving it any distance. The body appears
very solid and does not appear to be full of patches. Its all
steel. It has a clear title. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1934 Ford Phaeton
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