The 1934 Ford takes the iconic style you love and really turns up
the distinction and desirability. After all, this is both a
removable hardtop roadster and a beautifully-finished real-wood bed
pickup. And with solid V8 power, an upgraded chassis, and an
awesomely sleek style, this one knows how to deliver a feeling
that's both iconic and unique.
There's a true sleekness to this build. It has the quality fit of a
modern fiberglass body. And there is a smooth style to the details
with shaved door handles, flush-mounted tail lights, and
well-integrated flowing fenders making this classic look like it
could cheat the wind. In fact, the hood is even extra-smooth with
steel sides and a one-piece top. The red paint looks absolutely
bold, and there was a mindful decision to have no trim on the body,
and that way you really recognize the remaining brightwork on
sporty details, like the contoured front bumper, large dual exhaust
tips, and windshield frame with a two-inch chop from the classic
'34 Ford height. Plus, the American Racing Torq Thrust alloys add
to the shine while also giving you extra meaty rear tires for a
terrific stance. While this is a pure custom build, they also took
the time it was a true classic. You see it in the real 1934 grille
assembly and the vintage look of the real oak wood bed floor. This
is even riding on a true 1934 Ford chassis, but as we'll get into
later, it was made to be ready for modern street machine power.
The black roof has a nice contrast against the red to really bring
even more attention to the sporty chopped profile. But what makes
this especially nice is that you get to lift it off for a true
roadster style. And the interior certainly deserves to be shared
with the world. There are plenty of terrific details that tell you
this was a thoughtful build. You see it in the suicide doors with
billet handles, plush carpet, and a wraparound dash panel that
looks like it flows onto the doors when they're closed. Plus, the
bench seat has nice bolstering and is finished in supple leather.
Not only is this comfortable, but it's also a true cruiser. That
means driver-oriented upgrades like a Carriage Works custom
steering wheel, a tilt column, and a cool billet dash panel filled
with clean AutoMeter readouts.
The piano hinge hood means everyone gets a terrific view of the
motor. So it's great to see a display-worthy shiny and tidy setup.
There are even nice details like the etched Heartbeat polished
valve covers and air grabber. It signals this street machine has
sturdy Chevy small block power. This 350 cubic-inch V8 has been
built for solid power with an Edelbrock AVS2 four-barrel
carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, and World heads with
larger valves. There are also good supporting components, like
billet pulleys and a Walker radiator. As you look underneath, you
can see the classic Ford chassis was upgraded with a solid boxed
style and a tubular steel K-member. There's also a three-speed
automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and Super Bell dropped
four-link front end for the kind of overall driving experience you
can fully enjoy.
So check out every angle to make sure you properly fall in
love/lust with this comprehensive pickup roadster build. But if you
look too long, someone else will take it home. Call today!!!