4610 Pet Lane
The 1934 Ford 3-window coupe has the look, stance, and all the custom details you're really looking for. So dig into the info on the one coupe that delivers the style and power you expect from a street machine icon.
There's a true sleekness to this build. It has the quality fit of a modern fiberglass body. And there this a smooth style to the details with shaved door handles, hidden hinges, frenched license plate, flush-mounted tail lights, and well-integrated flowing fenders make this classic look like it could cheat the wind. In fact you can even choose to have the side enclosures for a sleeker body, or take them out to really put the V8 on display. 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 in places like the bumpers, headlights, dual exhaust tips, and waterfall grille. Plus, the Ridler alloy wheels staggered at 17/18 inches front/rear to give this added shine and an aggressive stance.
Remote door poppers and suicide hinges always make for an attention-grabbing style... and that's before anyone even sees the custom interior. It's a thoughtful tan/brown multi-tone presentation that looks as appealing as a desert sunset. It's thoughtfully detailed everywhere from the finished trunk to the supple Ultraleather on the bucket seats. There are also provisions for great upgrades like air conditioning and an AM/FM CD changer stereo (they will need servicing to fully function again.) This is truly built with the driver in mind. That's why you have Grant sports steering wheel mounted on a tilt column, Lokar floor shifter, and a full set of backlit VDO gauges.
The reason to keep this motor on display is because there's a great shine on the air grabber, valve covers, master cylinder, alternator, and more. And when you look beyond the style, there's the substance of a 350 cubic-inch small block V8. It's built with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, and a set of shorty headers feeding into a rather straight set of dual exhaust pipes. And because it was built to be a good all-around driver, you have a good suspension with a Mustang II-style independent front end and Ford Fox-style rear. Plus, there's a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, and the modern grip of ZR-rated tires.
To find something so complete and turn-key ready for fun is a deal that you know will be going fast. Call today!!!
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