Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to digitally present
this1934 Ford Cabriolet. What could be more fun than a 1934 Ford
Cabriolet? The shape of the 1934 Ford is iconic and for good
reason, they have incredible body lines! This Fiberglass body sits
on a very solid chassis that has been updated with what I believe
is a Mustang 2 style front suspension with power disc brakes up
front and a 4-link rear hold a Ford 9-inch rear axle with QA1
adjustable coil over springs. The power plant is a GM crate engine
that measures 350 cubic inches to which go fast goodies have been
attached. Such as the Shorty headers, Edelbrock intake and Holley
Double pumper Carb. To handle the gears a turbo 350 3 speed
automatic transmission is the proper choice. This is one snappy and
fun car to drive. What I call arrest me red was the color of choice
and this is nicely contrasted with the light tan interior. American
racing 5-star rims complete the package with just one piece of the
puzzle missing, your name on the title. Options for this 1934 Ford
Cabriolet include: Power windows, Power brakes, Automatic
transmission, title steering wheel and AM/FM with CD player. This
1934 Ford Cabriolet can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD
photos at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information, please
call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email at
[email protected] held pursuant to permit No.
19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
1934 Ford Coupe
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