Classic, timeless hot rod. A 1934 3 window coupe never goes out of
style. This one has 4,200 miles since built. Lowest priced one
we've had in a few years. Receipts are included for several
thousand dollars in mechanical service.
EXTERIOR: It's a fiberglass 3 window coupe with a 3 1/2 inch chop
and suicide doors. The body is actually in excellent condition. I
don't see any damage or cracks, it's all straight. The doors open
and shut nice. The hood needs to be aligned better, sticks up too
high. It has running boards you can stand on, covered with ribbed
vinyl. It has classic features like front and rear chrome bumpers,
chrome door and trunk handles. The grill has stainless bars,
headlights are chrome. In back it has tear drop taillights with
blue dots and a 3rd brake light. It has a recessed license plate
and a billet gas cap. 14 inch American Racing rims on Firestone
tires, fatter in back.
INTERIOR: It's actually very comfortable. I'm 6 foot and fit
easily. The entire inside of the cab is a upholstered with gray
vinyl. The door panels have power window switches and billet door
handles. The seat has gray seatbelts, behind the seat is a storage
tray. The dash has a nice set of Stuart Warner gauges and a hot rod
tachometer. The tilt column has a custom steering wheel. Down on
the floor is a Locar shifter, chrome e-brake handle and pedals. The
dash also 12 V receptacles and heater controls and vents. JVC cd
stereo has 6x9 speakers and an amp.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: 350 motor has a polished aluminum intake, a
dual feed Holley carb, HEI admission and a set of headers. The
front of the motor has March billet brackets, pulleys and
serpentine belt. Chrome power steering pump with stainless braided
hoses and a chrome alternator. It's dressed with finned aluminum
air cleaner valve covers and billet plug wire holders. It runs cool
with a stainless radiator hose, aluminum water pump and electric
fan. It also features power brakes.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It opens with a chrome handle, 2 gas struts hold
it open. It's completely boxed upholstered and carpeted. An LED
trunk light comes on automatically. The batter is located in the
UNDERSIDE: It has a boxed frame with square tube supports. Upront
is a Heidts Mustang ll independent suspension with rack & pinion
steering. It back it has a 4 link system with coil springs,
adjustable air bags and shocks. Stainless steel gas tank. The dual
exhaust has cherry bomb mufflers. It has disc brakes in front, drum
in back. The oil pan is finned aluminum. It has a Turbo 400
automatic and a Ford rear end.
Cool hot rod they way it sits. It's priced low enough you can
afford to make it your own too- flames, wheels, whatever.
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for
virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant
amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my
professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure
your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do
a walk around video that explains the car's condition in
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815 385 3644 9-5 central
Rack & pinion
Power disc brakes