I stumbled upon this car. It was a stroke of luck to find a stock 34 Vicky for sale. When is shared my discovery with my Ford V8 loving friend from Kansas, his reply was “that’s my old car”! Chris had owned it a few years back. I knew it had to be a good car. The 59A engine was rebuilt. Chris had it tuned perfectly. The fuel pump, carburetor and ignition are all new. New water pumps were installed. It fires instantly when you step on the switch. No choking needed! Rick improved the car by adding new shocks, a new battery and lots of nice improvements. The most notable change was a new set of five bent spoke wire wheels and five new Firestone tires. The cosmetic restoration is older, but still looks good. There are a few imperfections in the paint, but it looks great from ten feet. The chrome is nice and the glass is good. The interior was also redone. The upholstery is in great shape, as are the door panles and headliner. The dash is nice. The carpet has some wear. The gauges and lights work. The windshield and cowl vent open for ventilation. All features work properly. The wiper vacuum is disconnected due to a leak at the motor, but the wiper sweeps rapidly when the hose is plugged in. The oil pressure is fantastic! The column locks with the keys, as does the door and continental kit. Included are quite a few spare parts. Rick has gathered the parts necessary to convert the brakes to hydraulic. They are also included. As it is, it stops very well. You can feel confident to drive the car. It has been well sorted, both by Chris and Rick. These two like to drive their cars. You should as well. Take a look around at the next show or cruise night you attend. Did you notice and unmodified 34 Vickies? I bet not. You will certainly be noticed when you roll in this car. When I discovered this was Chris’s old car, I knew it to be a good one. I hope you take a hard look and check it out for yourself. I am certain you will concur.