This all-steel '34 Ford Tudor sedan remained in the same owner's
care for 16 years after leaving Boyd Coddington Hot Rods in October
2003, and has been pampered, rarely driven and always stored in a
climate-controlled garage. The body has a 3-inch chop, filled roof
drip rails, shaved door handles, and is painted in two-tone PPG
black and House of Kolor Charcoal Gray. This hot rod is powered by
a 350ci 8-cylinder Chevy engine with gear-driven performance cam
and headers backed by a TH350 automatic transmission linked to a
9-inch Lincoln Versalle rear differential. The custom TCI boxed
frame chassis rides on Intelliride air suspension with modern
tubular-armed Mustang II front suspension and power rack & pinion
steering. The brakes are 4-wheel discs by Wilwood complete with
parking brake option. This Ford rides on Coddington Harm chromed
aluminum 17- and 20-inch wheels wrapped with Pirelli P-Zero Nero
rubber. The Gabe Lopez custom leather and tweed interior includes
Vintage Air, power windows, tilt wheel and CD stereo. Many
undercarriage parts are chromed, including the rear axle housing,
upper and lower rear control arms, tubular A-arms, front spindles
and brake caliper mounts. This build was completed by several top
names in the industry and lightly driven since completed.
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