1934 Ford Tudor Sedan
With so many 32's on the street, people are searching for a street rod that stands way out from the rest, and this '34 Tudor does just that. The car has a certain class that only a 34 can give you and combines that with some subtle customizations that make it different from any other one you have ever seen. It may not look like a wild custom on first glance but look closely at the roof line and some other custom features and you will see this car isn't like the other 34's out there. An entire build book comes with the car with a detailed description of every part on this car and we mean EVERY. CHECK OUT THE BUILD BOOK DIRECTLY ON OUR WEBSITE AT http://www.classicalgasmotors.com/cars/13056/13056details.htm.
Painted in a nice PPG GM Medium Red Metallic with PPG clear coat the original 1934 Henry Ford steel Tudor Sedan body looks great and is in excellent condition. It has been chopped 4" and filled with a ribbed panel giving it that low sleek look without limiting your visibility. The classic 34 Ford sloped grill is original and looks perfect sitting between the wide swooping fiberglass fenders. A slight modification was made below the grill for mounting the oil cooler. The suicide doors open towards the rear of the car using the original style scrolled chrome door handles. The windshield and window glass has been accented with a slight grey tint and all are in good condition. 1940/41 Willys LED taillights are mounted on each of the rear fiberglass fenders which frame the gas tank cover nicely. In this panel you will find the license plate in its custom recess. The car has a very slight rake towards the front which is accentuated by the roofline. The car sits on Center Line Convo Pro wheels with "big and littles" that say: serious hot rod.
If you thought it was all looks then guess again because the 355 Chevy V8 was built up to about 400 horsepower which is plenty to get those wheels spinning. From top to bottom the motor is not just all polished aluminum and looking good but is packed with all of the highest quality components you can think of, including a set of Air Flow Research aluminum heads. Topping it all off is a single 4-barrel Holley sitting on a brand-new polished aluminum Weiand Street Warrior intake manifold. This car is designed for effortless street and highway cruising and zero issues. It delivers a great sound which is provided via the full-length Sanderson headers and 2.5" exhaust routed through Borla and SuperTrapp mufflers. A Griffin polished aluminum radiator is in place to keep the car running cool, aided by a 16" electric puller fan mounted in a brushed aluminum shroud. Backing up the motor is a stout GM TH400 automatic transmission with a shift kit. Power is transferred to the rear wheels through the Ford 9" Trac-Loc 3.50:1 rear end and 31-spline axles. The front suspension features an eye-popping polished aluminum IFS with polished Aldan aluminum shocks and chrome springs. The rear features a tough triangulated 4-bar suspension with Aldan coil-over shocks.
The interior of this classic is fully custom and utilizes a ton of custom-machined billet parts. When we refer to these parts keep in mind they aren't ready-made billet pieces. The parts are designed and machined specifically for this car by its builder. You can't get much more custom than one of a kind! The painted dash features black-face Autometer/AutoGage gauges that have been cleanly mounted in custom-made black powder coated bezelsyet another one-of-a-kind touch. A lower brushed aluminum dash panel was added below the dash to house the Vintage AC/Heat system controls and four adjustable aircraft vents. The panel compliments the elegance and perfection of the entire dash layout. The brake and gas pedals are custom, the shifter is custom, the speaker facades are custom, and all were crafted from 6061-T6 aluminum. Most of the electrical switches and the Alpine AM/FM radio are mounted in the painted panel mounted above the windshield. Both doors feature brand new Specialty Power Window electric window kits and tinted glass.
The upholstery is done in two shades of gray cloth throughout the car with comfortable bucket seats up front and a nice bench in rear. Plus, it isn't every day you can load up the family a go for a cruise in a street rod like this one. Most street rods are built for only 2, but this one will easily house people in the rear seat. It is pretty cool to be able to look at this cara car you could ownand know that there isn't another one like it on the planet. Just sitting behind the wheel of this automotive work of art is a rush! And driving it, well, you are likely to believe you're having a religious experience.
You couldn't come close to replicating all of that work for only $49,850.00!
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