800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe is a high-end build that showcases slick paint, a comfy A/C interior, upgraded suspension, and plenty of modern luxury. Plus, the V8 power has a long list of enhancements to deliver the fuel-injected Ford small block of your dreams.
You can instantly tell this is a well-built custom. Fiberglass cars give the opportunity to make well-fitting machines with terrific details, like the way the front fenders come together as they join below the deeply-dipping grille. It creates a body with a sleekness that just radiates premium. And speaking of radiating, the Burgundy paint has a distinctive pop that instantly makes an impression. The high gloss gives a remarkable shine in the sunlight that makes for an already alluring classic before you even add the brightwork pieces such as wide slats of the waterfall grille. There are even great modern pieces like sport side mirrors and LEDs in the headlights and taillights. In fact, if you dig a little deeper you'll discover little extras, like reinforced doors to give added strength and substance to this build. It helps keep the whole body looking sleek and clean for years to come.
Open the cool suicide doors for a peek into a thoughtful and custom interior. The dual bucket seats look good in tan, and they have a nice pattern that's repeated on the door panels and even the custom trunk. You've got the best in comfort feature like power windows, power locks, and cold-blowing modern R134a air conditioning. There's an Alpine seven-inch touchscreen display running the AM/FM radio, Bluetooth, and controlling the full custom subwoofer speaker system. There are great driving features like a wood and chrome steering wheel, tilt column, and a TPI Tech gauge package. Plus, the key is a proximity sensor with a push button start - a very cool modern touch to this classic-style hot rod!
The whole hood lifts off so that people can get a clear view to the awesome motor. You can tell there was a ton invested to give this 302 cubic-inch V8 an award-worthy shine. But what you'll really love is the substance behind the style. The V8 has been fortified and enhanced with the best pieces around. It includes a Trick Flow Track Max hydraulic roller camshaft, COMP Cams high energy die-cast aluminum rocker arms, Howards Cams hydraulic roller lifters, ARP bolts, and Edelbrock E Street aluminum heads. The whole system inhales deeply with a FiTech throttle body fuel injection, Summit one-inch spacer, and Edelbrock Performer RPM Air-Gap intake. This also has the right supporting components, like an MSD Pro-Billet Distributor, Powermaster chrome alternator, Proform Ford Racing aluminum valve covers, and a Griffin aluminum radiator. It fires up with gusto as the dual exhaust with Borla mufflers really let this one sing a high-octane V8 tune. As you look underneath the car, you see a strong frame, Mustang II independent front end, and trailing arms with adjustable coilovers in the rear. Add in power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and power brakes with discs up front, and this is a true street machine that's easy to enjoy.
This is the hot rod with a great look, luxurious interior, and plenty of V8 power. It's a total package for both show and go. So if you love to be memorable everywhere you arrive, you don't want to miss this coupe. Call now!
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