FOR SALE OR TRADE 1934 Roadster is one of a kind sharp and clean looking. Love the classic look with the big headlights, chrome grill fog lights and even the Greyhound hood ornament. It is restored to show quality throughout, even underneath.
EXTERIOR: Has a glass finish bright red paint. Minor chips in the paint on the edge of the rumble seat is touched up left front fender has about a 1” x 3 “clear coat peeled off . Suicide doors, original style tail lights, chrome swing out windshield and of course the rumble seat. Sharp looking set of Gragar chrome wheels with spinners.
INTERIOR: Inside is also very well designed and restored. Has leather reclining bucket seat, custom made door panels and matching leather wrapped steering wheel on a tilt column. Vintage style Classic Instrument gauges, carpet has sewn edges. Rumble seat compartment is upholstered to match. Also has a well-made cover that goes over the top and window area.
MOTOR COMPARTMENT: . It has a new crate 350 motor, Edelbrock 4 barrel carb with polished aluminum and chrome parts, It has Electric fans and polished brass tank radiator keeps it cool. Has MSD distributor and coated headers with electric cut outs behind front tires .
UNDERSIDE: It is beautiful underneath. It is all powdered coated frame, nice clean bright silver. The boxed frame, underbody, driveshaft etc. are smooth gloss black. If it's not silver, its chrome. Dual exhaust and fuel tank are polished stainless. With TH 400 3 speed transmission In back has a polished Corvette independent suspension, chromed tubular control arms, chrome transverse spring. In front the suspension is all chrome. Disc brakes at all 4 corners.
Rumble seat, 4 wheel disc, Independent rear suspension, Tilt leather wheel, Seat belts, Swivel windshield , Greyhound hood ornament ,CD stereo, Leather upholstery
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