1934 Ford 5-Window

Streetside Classics-Atlanta
213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA

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Lithia Springs, GA



Year 1934
Mileage 8720
Engine 100
Doors 2
Transmission Automatic
Make Ford
Model 5 Window

5 Window 1934

Title Status --
Exterior Color Wild Cherry Pearl
Interior Color Charcoal


This 1934 Ford 5-Window is a steel-bodied custom coupe with slick paint, a leather-lined A/C interior, and thoughtful details that make it a memorable street machine. That's why it's an ideal custom cruiser.

The Wild Cherry Pearl paint fits this car just right. It gives you the aggressiveness of red, but in a deeper tone that stands out from the rest. It has a nice smooth shine from a uniform application, and that's the right way to showcase a body done in newer steel. This makes for an ideal setup where you get a tight fit of a fresher body, but with a durable feel that you'll love. And it's all part of a thoughtful setup. So it's not just that the fenders are steel, but they also took extra time to give you blue dot taillights that are frenched into the metal. And there's a frenched license plate to match. The bumpers shine bright, the waterfall grille is color-matched, and the polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are staggered 16/17 inches front/rear to give you a particularly aggressive stance. It all makes for an attractive coupe with a proper sense of style.

The suicide doors are always fun to show off, and they are also your gateway to a full custom interior. The gray on the dash, doors, carpeting, and headliner give this a clean and tasteful style. And we especially like the well-bolstered modern bucket seats finished in supple leather. This has plenty of comfort added with cold-blowing air conditioning, tinted windows, power windows, power locks, and an overhead console with courtesy lights and the AM/FM/CD stereo. It's easy to get comfortable in the driver's seat with a flame-kissed sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a floor shifter for the three-speed automatic transmission, and the VDO gauges set in a stylish wool-like panel.

The engine bay has the right hot rod style with a smooth firewall, good hoses, and plenty of polished components. The consignor has had the car for about eight years. He claims that only about 1,200 miles ago the 350 cubic-inch V8 was bored .40 over and rebuilt for power. This includes comprehensive work such as remanufactured pistons, polished rods, valve work, and more. And the way this one fires up and runs with both eagerness and strength feels like it reaffirms the work claim. You've got a classic street machine style with a polished front suspension and a four-link setup both front and rear. Plus, there are better upgrades for modern cruising, like front disc brakes, rear adjustable coilovers, and rack & pinion steering.

The sale comes complete with maintenance records, tilt documentation, and provisions for an alarm system. This is the steel-bodied coupe that's part of a well-done all-around build, and so if you're looking for a terrifically distinct cruiser, call today!


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