Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this
1934 Ford Sedan (titled in TX as a 1998 ASVE). This '34 is a cool
street rod that you rarely, if ever, see at your local cruise.
Painted an eye grabbing Lavender, this street rod refuses to be
ignored. It rides on a staggered set of polished 15" front and 16"
rear Eagle alloy style wheels. Power is provided by a 350CID TPI
V-8 with mid-length headers, aluminum radiator with two electric
fans and chrome valve covers with flames. Shifting is managed by a
700R4 automatic transmission sending power to the rear wheels via a
strong Ford 9". This guarantees that getting up to speed is smooth
and no problem. Fortunately, there's a set of disk brakes up front
and drums out back to help slow this beast down. The cabin features
bucket seats up front and a bench seat wrapped in two-tone tan
upholstery along with coordinated flame door-panel and headliner
treatments. The car is equipped with an aftermarket climate control
system, and additional equipment includes a floor-mounted shifter,
a tilt steering column, and a Boss stereo system with Pioneer
speakers as well as lap belts for the front and rear occupants. A
Grant steering wheel sits nicely in front of the wood like dash
that houses gauges that consist of a 160mph speedometer flanked by
auxiliary readouts that consist of fuel level, water temperature,
oil pressure and battery voltage. If you love to stand out and want
to cruise in style, this 1934 Ford is for you!
1934 Ford Sedan Tribute
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