213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1934 Ford 3-Window coupe immediately catches your eye with its burning hot paintwork, but that's far from its only trick. With a supercharged stroker motor under the hood, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, and custom interior, this knows how to do everything, including take home some awards.
This car is rolling artwork. The black paint has a high-gloss finish and shine thanks to the professional hand applying it. There was a ton spent on masterfully laying the custom frames that consume the front end and then burn down the profile. And the quality fiberglass body means this one has some exceptionally straight panels to showcase it all. More than just the paintwork, this street machine comes with our favorite hot rod details such as inches chopped out of the roof, large central dual exhaust tips, a frenched license plate, and deleted fenders. There are plenty of brightwork pieces, like the waterfall grille and suspension pieces. Of course, our favorite shine may just be from the Halibrand style wheels. They have a true vintage street machine look, especially with the larger and meatier rear set to really give this a terrific stance.
Those cool suicide doors are your gateway to even more custom details. The flames of the exterior return inside on the custom headliner, door panels, and steering wheel to give this the kind of flair that lets people know it's a thoughtful build. The interior is as darkly intimidating as the black on the outside, but you can also see it was built for modern comfort. You have contoured bucket seats that give you all-day comfort. And the interior is even stretched to accommodate taller drivers. There are also nice upgrades like power windows, power steering, and an AM/FM/CD stereo mounted in a roof console. And as a true street machine, the main focus is on the driver. The steering wheel is on a chrome tilt column, floor shifter, and a full set of Classic Instruments cool Moon gauges.
The hood and sides are removable so that you can put this awesome build on full display. And beyond all that shine is some serious substance. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 that has dual Holley four-barrel carburetors feeding the Hampton blower to make sure this maximizes the power from the moment you twist the key. It's a full professional build with everything you want, including aluminum heads, steel braided lines, an aluminum radiator with electric fan, and a nice set of headers feeding the Magnaflow dual exhaust. The full package is said to make a whopping 750 horsepower! And you can tell this is a thoughtful total set up just by the way they made this awesome motor without having to cut a hole in the hood. The 700R4 four-speed automatic is a stout unit that's also fitted with a stall and shift kit. So it's great for performance driving and easy overdrive comfort. As you look underneath, you see more of the clean presentation that comes from a low mileage and high-dollar build. You'll sport the right suspension components, like a four-link front end, ladder bars and adjustable coilovers in the rear, and power disc brakes behind every wheel.
This coupe provides an awesome amount of power. And it also gives you a good suspension, comfy interior, and cool style that make for a great total package. So if you want a fast driver that's an instant trophy contender, call today!
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