1934 Ford Street Rod for sale! Motorcar Classics is pleased to
present this classic 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe Street Rod. Our 34
Coupe is a traditional Rod that features an uncut, all-steel,
Briggs body painted in gloss Ebony Black with beautifully done
custom flames that fade from orange to red, with subtle blue
outlines. The traditional look continues with powder coated red
steel wheels, chrome trim rings, Ford V8 logo hub caps, and wide
whitewall tires. Full fenders and running boards, stock chrome
bumpers and chrome headlamp buckets, and the classic chrome 34
grill are all stock. The red interior features a custom leather
seat and upholstery and engine-turned dash with Stewart-Warner
gauges. Power is by a Corvette 350 CI V8 that has been stroked to
383 CI, mated to a Tremec 6-Speed manual gearbox, connected to a
4.56 12-bolt rear. The engine features aluminum heads, MSD
ignition, and polished Edelbrock intake and carburetor. The motor
was built by McBetts Racing Engines of Holbrook, NY, known for over
30 years for superior high performance and racing engines. Stopping
power comes from discs up front, and drums in the rear. The car was
built about ten years ago and is reported to have less than 1,500
miles on the motor. If you grew up around street rods in the 50's
and 60's, this car is sure to bring back memories. The 34 5-window
is one of the most venerated designs of its time, and this car is
sure to recall those simpler times. The car is well-sorted and a
delight to drive.
1934 Ford Hot Rod
Location:Farmingdale, New York
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