4610 Pet Lane
This 1934 Ford Cabriolet has all the right pieces to be a terrific street machine. You have an eye-catching two-tone, sports suspension, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a loaded custom interior. Oh yeah, and did we mention the V10 power under the hood? Yes, V10!!!
It's not just that two-tone chocolate brown and coral pink are two distinct colors with a terrific clearcoat shine. It's that you get all of that in a nicely intertwined package. The pink highlights the waterfall grille and the flowing lower curves of the body. It really shows off the precision of the fiberglass panels. And the wheels, headlight surrounds, and engine's valve covers have been painted brown to tie into the whole package. So it instantly signals to others that this was one thoughtful build. There's even a cool graphics package that gives this car it's Dreamcatcher nickname. And you'll see that the beige pinstripe that leads into the dreamcatcher even coordinates with the tan folding top. In fact, they know so many people will be asking about the derails on this unique car, there's even an info plate shaped like the cabriolet's grille.
If you like the color of the roof, then you'll love the whole interior. There are two plush beige bucket seats, and they match the door panels, lower dash, and steering wheel grip. More of this car's thoughtful build shows here in the way the exterior coral color returns on the door tops and dash for an award-worthy uniform look. And not only is the trunk on a power hinge, but also it fully matches the interior theme, right down to the carpeting. More than just look fantastic, this was built to be a terrific cruiser. That's why there are features like an AM/FM/CD stereo, power windows, and provisions for R134a air conditioning. Plus, that center console has clearly labeled toggle switches that makes this custom car look like it was built by NASA. In fact, the full digital gauge upgrade gives this classic Ford a truly futuristic feeling. But what is really out of this world is the sound you get when you twist the key.
The hood hinges on both sides so that people can get a good look at the motor. Then again, when it's stuffed with this much power, there isn't room for too much daylight. We've all admired V8 Fords, but this one sits above them all with a 6.8-liter V10. This is a modern fuel-injected Triton motor, and it's supported by all the right modern features you want, like a serpentine belt and aluminum radiator w/electric fan. If fires up with the ease of a modern motor, but the growl out of the side exhaust is pure classic street machine. A fresh build like this means the right chassis features, too. You have tubular A-arms up front, a four-link rear with adjustable coilovers, and four-wheel disc brakes. It's worth checking all of these out in the undercarriage photos, because they painted the suspension in a matching two-tone! And since you're going to want to be showing this one off everywhere near and far, you even have cruise control and a four-speed transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
This one impresses with its quality, luxury, and features no one else dares to do. So when something this distinctive is up for grabs, you know you need to hurry to catch this Dreamcatcher. Call today!!!
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