This 1934 Ford Roadster takes your favorite vintage elements and
mixes in plenty of the right custom modern touches of a true
driver's machine. The result is an awesome V8-powered machine
wrapped in iconic lines.
The body is everything you want in a hot rod. It's a quality Gibbon
fiberglass package, and they are known for delivering the kind of
panels that would make Henry Ford Proud. Plus, these classic Ford
lines are finished in a silver that utilizes so much metallic
element that you'll love taking it out on every sunny day. And the
intricate pinstripe work comes from the masters at Divine One
Customs. You'll love the first impression this roadster makes
wherever it goes, with the front fenders dipping to tuck under the
deep V grille. But this one gets the details right, too, on
everything from the bright handles for the suicide doors, to the
removable roof that has a glass back window. It's all finished off
by Bonspeed alloys, with rear ones so wide that they can barely be
contained in the fender. That's just a cool reminder of where all
the power hits the road.
Inside is the clean look you want from a custom street machine. But
this all-black interior also integrates the best upgrades. After
all the dual leather bucket seats come from the masters at Recaro,
so that's a level of comfort and support they never even dreamed of
in the 1930s. The stereo is a modern AM/FM/CD unit with a USB input
for your modern music player. This is your gateway to a full custom
stereo system (makes sure to check out how the rear was transformed
into a custom powered subwoofer enclosure.) The banjo-style sport
steering wheel is on a tilt column, there's a Lokar floor shifter
for the three-speed automatic, and the dash is dominated by a crisp
set of AutoMeter gauges. So this one is really ready to be
It'll be hard to resist lifting both sides of the butterfly hood
wherever you park this street machine. Especially since there's a
nice looking V8 inside. The billet valve covers have a nice ribbed
pattern seen all around this custom package. But this motor is for
more than just looks. It's a 350 cubic-inch small block that's
upgraded with performance pieces like a Holley dominator intake, a
four-barrel carburetor, and stainless shorty headers feeding the
dual exhaust. There are also the right supporting components, like
an HEI distributor, in-line oil pressure gages, and a Walker
aluminum radiator w/electric fan. As you look underneath the car,
you see more of that cool blend of vintage and new. The front
suspension is a polished four-link setup. This is joined by a
Corvette-style independent rear, modern grippy Toto tires, and
four-wheel power disc brakes for a great-driving total package.
This is a high-quality build that is done with awesome details. And
since it's also a strong driver, it's easy to show this roadster
off everywhere. Call today!!!
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