One of a kind, award winning, 34 Ford Coupe and matching
The car was manufactured by B and B manufacturing, which is well known for safety with the x-member between frame rails to eliminate diagonal stress on the car.
The car body is hand laid fiberglass utilizing coremat, which is expensive and difficult to work with, but increases the strength of the body and acts as a sound dampener.
The car is viper red with saddle tan interior. It has a new HO 350 CI V-8 with 330 HO deluxe crate engine and a 700R4 automatic transmission with a shift kit.
Other Features include:
- power steering
-vintage heat and air
-IDIT steering column with shifter
-Grant wooden steering wheel
-Billet pulleys and accessories
-Transmission pass through cooler
-Lokar emergency brake
-9 inch Ford rear-end with 3.25-1 gears
-4 wheel power disc brakes, America Torque thruster 11 wheels
-power windows, power door locks
-Bear claw latches
-adjustable coil-over shocks
-electric windshield wipers
-electric cooling fan
-stainless steel grill
-new Firestone Indy 500 radial tires
-power trunk lift, power doors and power forward tilting hood,
all operated by remote control
Every component in this car is new with a total of approximately 8,000 miles on it since it was completed.
Included in the price is the trailer that is a 34 Ford Coupe cut down version. It is equipped with both front and rear entry for storage. The rear entry is a keyed entry. The trailer is also painted Viper Red and has the same wheels as the coupe. Buggs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the Road Runner are featured on the trailer.
Price is $57,900 or best offer.
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