4610 Pet Lane
This 1934 Ford Tudor sedan has a bright look that instantly signals a custom machine. And with the loaded custom interior, upgraded V8 power, and updated suspension, this steel-bodied classic really lives up to its cool cruising street rod style.
The total package of this exterior strikes the right mix of vintage appearance and new, and this feeling begins with the paint. Burgundy is a deep color that has an instant classic appeal. But this one also has a great metallic element. That extra radiance loves to show off the well-creased lines of the steel body and the smooth curves of the fiberglass fenders. Plus, the silver metallic stripes love to highlight some of the best lines on this car and really gives it a street machine level of style. This has all the classic details you're looking for, including the folding rear luggage rack w/trunk attached, black vinyl top, and even tasteful gold pinstriping. There's also good brightwork with the chrome bumpers, wire wheels, and waterfall grille. But details like the large dual exhaust tips, third brake lights, and forward leaning stance hint at the more modern machine, too.
Open the suicide doors to a custom interior built for luxury and style. The burgundy returns on the glossy dash, door tops, and plush carpeting, and now it's joined by a tasteful tan. The front bucket seats have terrific modern bolstering, and they even power adjust to the ideal position. The rear seat is also a custom piece that is accommodating and spacious. It's built to be a comfortable classic with upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo in the overhead console, and there are provisions for R-134A air conditioning (it may just need a recharge or servicing to blow ideally cold again.) And you'll appreciate the driver-oriented upgrades, like the Lecarra sports steering wheel, tilt column, and AutoMeter retro backlit gauges w/tach under the dash.
We know you'll love opening both sides of the butterfly hood at car shows, because it's always an attention-getter. When people get drawn in for a closer look, they'll see smooth inner walls and plenty of polished components used to showcase the V8. And this is worth putting on display. After all, these are often Chevy powered, but this Ford keeps its blue oval power with a 302 cubic-inch motor. It inhales deeply with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a sweet tune from the dual exhaust. This was built to be a driver, and so you have a well done upgraded suspension, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission. It gives you an overall smooth and confident feeling on the road that you want in a driver's classic.
A terrific shine, a comfy interior, and proper Ford V8 power are all part of a stylish total package. So if you want a thoughtfully finished street machine, you know this is the one. Call today!!!
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