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A custom 1934 Ford Roadster is the kind of car you want for both show and go...so why not have one that was maximized to do both? That's why the sleek and dark body has some awesome flames for head-turning attention. And there's plenty of big block power under the hood with the upgraded suspension and four-wheel discs to keep it firmly in your command.
The fiberglass body was completed less than 3,700 miles ago. It comes from Westcott, and if you've looked at these Ford bodies before, you know that's a top-quality name. So everything fits and flows together with care. This includes the highly detailed areas like where the steel hood meets the body, where the fenders connect under the grille, and the look of the smooth rear with frenched license plate and blue-dot taillights. It also gets the custom details right with the shaved door handles, chopped windshield, suicide doors, and an iron cross on the trunk to give this classic hot rod appeal. Best of all, its wrapped in an awesome shade of Dark Plum that utilizes a nice metallic element and clearcoat application to really radiate this Ford's curves. Plus, those red flames are a terrific coordinating touch. And with the look of those extra meaty rear tires on the bright Centerline wheels, you can tell this one has earned its fire.
A roadster like this was meant to be open to the world, and so the interior is done in a shade of violet to coordinate with the exterior. The full setup is quite comfortable for you and your passenger. It starts with an awesome set of individually adjustable leather bucket seats with plenty of bolstering and the Ford logo stitched in the back. You've got nice legroom, a center console, and even an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth. When you slip into the driver's seat, you're greeted by a banjo-style sports steering wheel mounted on a tilt column. Beyond that is a full set of classic style VDO gauges with the tach mounted right in the center.
The engine bay is filled with power. While it looks like they couldn't get any more motor in there, they also did it with tidy detailing. And the Heartbeat script on the valve covers help announce that this roadster has a 454 cubic-inch Chevy V8. More than just big block muscle, this one has been enhanced further with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock performer RPM intake, and shorty headers feeding an H-pipe dual exhaust. It also has the right supporting components, like upgraded pulleys, an electric fan, steel braided lines, and AN fittings. This one loves to hit the streets, and the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission gives you the right balance of stout and smooth. You can hear the wicked growl this V8 makes, but we invite you to take a closer look. The undercarriage photos not only show you the clean appearance of a low mileage build, but you see some seriously desirable components. This includes the A-arm front independent suspension, aluminum, a four-link rear with diagonal link, four-wheel disc brakes, and adjustable coilovers at every corner.
Big block power in such a sleek and coordinated package makes for the ideal custom car for both show and go. So if you want all eyes on you tomorrow, you need to call today!
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