4610 Pet Lane
This is the classic hot rod that leaves you wanting for nothing. You are looking at a steel-bodied 1934 Ford 5-window coupe with a classic attitude on the outside. But when you go beyond the first impression, you'll see a custom A/C interior, show-ready upgraded chassis, overdrive transmission, and a powerful crate V8.
It takes the right eye to get a Model 40 street machine looking right. These are the successors to the Model A coupes, and so there is a more sophisticated look to go with the speed. That's why you'll love this example. The black paint is a newer and quality application, so it has a nice hard shine in the sunlight. Its brightwork isn't overbearing, and so you really see it well in the bumpers and the deeply-dipping V grille. And there are great street machine details like the teardrop taillights and frenched license plate. Not only do the red steel wheels holding those whitewalls give this a cool splash of aggressive color, but also when you look at the undercarriage photos, you see the chassis was painted to match. It shows you how much of a thoughtful total built this is.
Inside is a custom black interior built for luxury. It starts with the ultra-leather bench seat that's vastly more comfortable than anything out of the 1930s. The dark theme here matches the side door panels and dash. Plus, there's plenty of shining trim on the steering column and door handles for a full uniform appearance that will always impress anyone peeking inside. But more than just impressing strangers, you'll enjoy a coupe built for modern driving, including an AM/FM/CD stereo. You'll love getting behind the banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt column and peering at the full upgraded gauge package. And while these are great additions, this never loses that vintage feeling thanks to classic features like the front tilt windshield and roll-down back window that allows old-school breezes through the coupe. And whenever that's not enough to cool you off, R134a air conditioning can do the job.
When you lift the butterfly hood, the engine bay was set up to match the exterior slick black, and there was also a nice investment in shine to really draw a crowd. So you'll love showing this one off. And beyond just style, this motor was made for substance. As a true street machine, your V8 power has been upgraded. Not only is this a fresher 350 crate motor, but it also has the right performance pieces, like a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and ceramic-coated headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. There are even the right supporting components, like an aluminum radiator with electric fan to help keep this custom running cool even when you're in traffic with the A/C pumping. If this sounds like a performance setup that's great for any time driving, then you'll love upgrades like the tubular A-arm front suspension and four-link rear with QA1 adjustable coilovers. You also have power steering and power brakes w/discs up front. And there's a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway friendly overdrive, so you can show this one off near of far with ease.
There's less than 9,500 miles on this careful build, which is why everything looks so thoughtful and nice. It's a great total package, and it's ready to run right now. Call today!!!
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