This Midnight Black 1934 Ford Roadster is engineered from the
ground up for appearance, handling and power. The ride height is
fully adjustable to suit the owner's needs and driving
characteristics. The Roadster chassis, built with 100-percent U.S.
steel by TCI Engineering, incorporates offset eccentric upper
control arms, Million-Mile Ride Tech coilovers, and heavy-duty
upper and lower tubular control arms for strength. It is powered by
a 353/460hp Roush SR crate engine mated to a Ford AOD-E 4R70W
Bowler Performance automatic transmission. The rear end is a Currie
9-inch Hot Rod Tru-Trac (posi-traction) with 3.50 gears, 31-spline
axles and a 4-link assembly. Stopping power comes from a complete
custom Wilwood brake setup: 12-inch drilled front rotors with
4-piston calipers, rear 11-inch disc brakes and fully plumbed with
stainless-steel brake lines, Wilwood master cylinder and booster.
The coachwork uses all-steel United Pacific front and rear fenders,
running boards and a Westcott 1934 Roadster body. The
custom-fabricated interior is bespoke Italian Red Oxblood leather
with German square-weave carpet. The soft-top is stitched with
German Sonnenland canvas, with three-layer construction utilizing a
butyl rubber core for weatherproofing and sound control. The
exterior also features a powder-coated chassis with chrome and
polished components. This vehicle is wrapped in BFGoodrich
Silvertown whitewall radials mounted tires on staggered ET Classic
wheels. Fresh build with 5 test miles only.
1934 Ford Custom
Interior Color:OXBLOOD RED
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