4610 Pet Lane
This 1934 Ford 3-window coupe is one of those hot rods everyone can agree is iconic and attractive. But beyond the ultra-slick paint is a fuel-injected V8, loaded custom interior, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, and more. It's the kind of total package machine that you can enjoy driving near and far.
The body is everything you want on a hot rod. Chopped cab, vinyl top, and suicide doors cover the essentials, but this one goes much further. The black paint has a terrific metallic element that loves to radiate when you take this one out for a Sunday drive. As you look closer, there's also a ton of custom pinstriping done is a stylish burgundy and silver. This duo helps to highlight the curves of the fenders, the tapered hood, and adds an artfulness to the rear end. And of course, you noticed the custom application also announces this car's "Black Magic" nickname on the doors. And since this one was made for speedy style, we particularly like the Halibrand-style wheels with the 15/18 inch front/rear aggressive stance.
The burgundy and silver pinstriping on the outside have extra influence on the inside. And with the black returning, too, this has a very cool coordinated color combo inside and out. The bold burgundy is instantly striking on the door panels, carpets, and headliner. And we especially like the two-tone seats that have modern sports car bolstering and finished in a supple leather. Because this is meant to carry you and your passenger in comfort, you get great features like power windows, power seats, cup holders, locking center console, and R-134a air conditioning. The stereo is an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo that includes Bluetooth and a navigation screen. And another great modern upgrade in this hot rod is the backup camera integrated into the rear-view mirror. But best features are reserved for the driver. That's why you get a banjo-style steering wheel on a Flaming River tilt column, Lokar shifter, and the dash is dominated by the cool blue glow of the Dakota Digital gauges.
One look under the hood, and you can instantly see they made a solid investment in the engine bay. After all, we all recognize the intake of a fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8. And quite frankly, it's also nice to see blue oval power in a Ford street machine. You can also see they made a proper investment in the fundamentals with features like Painless wiring, an electronic ignition, and a nice radiator w/electric fan. This one fires up nicely and feels great on the road. That's thanks to the independent front suspension, four-link rear w/adjustable coilovers, and four-wheel power disc brakes. Plus, with a cruise control and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive, this is a coupe that's great for near or far.
The sale comes complete with build receipts, maintenance records, and service manuals. This is a total package classic up for grabs, and so you know your opportunity is fleeting. Call today!!!
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