3951 Higuera Street
Culver City, CA
Hot Rod Deluxe. It’s hard to beat a ‘34 Street Rod. Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top would agree. His most recent custom by Jimmy Shine is a ‘34 called “Whiskey Runner”. Now it’s your turn in all black with a 2 ½ inch chop, all steel body, the original split hood, 350 crate motor, pro-built frame and Heidts Super Ride suspension. Vintage style, bulletproof dependability and modern technology combine for a custom ride with modern performance.
‘34 Fords have always been a top choice for hot rodders and they come in many different varieties that are as unique as the person who owns them. Here is a high quality build that expresses understated class and a respect for tradition in a package you can drive and enjoy like a modern muscle car. It's a showstopper, but it’s no trailer queen. Owner has had it for about 7 years with 25,630 miles since the build and has a clean and clear title.
The all steel body looks menacing in Black with a 2 ½ inch chop and deep tinted glass. It sits on a pro-built boxed frame with custom suspension provided by Heidts Super Ride System. The original hood is the split style. Suicide doors have poppers. Iconic graceful greyhound hood ornament. Alloy wheels on wide rubber fill out the wheel wells and the stance is low. Running boards provide the proper gangster mood. Sweeping fenders and grill are elegant.
All custom interior is very tastefully done in Gray leather and durable cloth. Low back buckets are comfortable with cloth inserts and supportive bolsters. Custom Billet aluminum dash panel has VDO gauges. Sun tach is mounted ‘60’s style. Amenities include: power windows on all four, Vintage Air & Heat, automatic transmission, tilt steering wheel, driver side electric wiper and a Sony premium sound system. A very inviting place to do business.
350 V8 Chevy Crate Motor, aluminum intake with Weber Carb and Sanderson exhaust manifold with dual exhaust. It’s mated to a TH350 automatic transmission and hooks up to the rear with a 3.25 gear ratio. This is a great combo for all-around performance with good grunt off the line and nice RPM’s for highway cruising. Rock solid, inexpensive to maintain. Wilwood front discs. Nicely decked out with braided hoses, billet and chrome.
Disc brakes up front and drums in the rear have great stopping power. Engine has very low miles at just under 26k. It runs strong and stops and handles as well as its straight-line performance. The modern mechanicals are barely broken in and the body and paint have won some trophies. The interior shows very little wear and uses durable high end materials. All systems function as designed. It’s a turn-key street rod ready for its next pilot to enjoy.
1934 is a very iconic year for a Street Rod and this Ford Sedan does it just right. Nothing over the top, it is all business and all cool. It has the look with the chopped top and lowered stance with some modern mechanicals to make it perform as great as it looks. Straight line launch, handling around corners and long distance trouble free cruising are what you can expect to enjoy in this high quality ride. No fiberglass here, it’s all steel and ready to deal.
Listed for auction at www.Clasiq.com
Auction Ends 8/18
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