Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present for sale,
on consignment, this rare and sought after 1934 Ford Victoria V8
Coupe! The Victoria was Ford's deluxe, top of the line body style
nicknamed the Vicky. The 1934 Victoria featured a very stylish
slant back rear body with a hidden fold out trunk lid, making this
car very desirable at the time. The V8 engine's horsepower
increased from 75 to 85 in 1934 and was the engine powering the
vehicle that notorious Depression Era bandits, Bonnie and Clyde
were caught in. Both the engine and transmission have been rebuilt
with just around 130 miles on them since the work was completed.
The restoration on this beauty was completed approximately 10 years
ago and has been lovingly stored and cared for by the current
owners. The black exterior and tan cloth interior is in good shape
and ready for the next show. This is a rare opportunity to pick up
a really neat piece of history, give our sales staff a call today!
1934 Ford Victoria
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