The '34 Ford 3 Window Coupe is iconic! It screams Hot Rod! For
almost 100 years, this car has been near the top of the list for
desirable cars! It's sleek body lines & sexy curves, have made it
the choice of hot rodders & street rodders since the late 30's!
This Gibbon fiberglass recreation has been built high-boy style &
finished in Hot Red paint with tan leather interior. Power is
distributed to the giant rear tires, by a ZZ502 engine topped off
by two 4 barrel carbs with enough power to push you firmly back in
the seat when you stab the throttle! The ZZ502 is linked to a turbo
350 transmission feeding a Ford 9 inch rear end with 3.55 gears! To
further increase the fun factor of this car, it is equipped with
power steering, power brakes, power windows, Vintage Air system,
tilt steering wheel & an Pioneer am/fm stereo system. Premium alloy
wheels wrapped in steel belted radial tires, deliver all those
ponies to the ground in true hot rod style! Many chrome & polished
aluminum accessories top of the engine & suspension system of this
beast! The dual exhaust system is fed by ceramic coated headers
equipped with cut outs to annoy your neighbors as well as most law
enforcement agencies! Don't miss this unique opportunity to
experience the reality of your dreams! Call or email today to start
living your dreams!
1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Exterior Color:Hot Red
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