Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1934 Ford 3-Window coupes are cool cars already, but when you find one with a sweet two-tone presentation, a Pete & Jakes chassis, a well-built flathead, overdrive transmission, a custom A/C interior, and more - then you see this why sleek street machine knows how to draw a crowd
This one makes the scene the moment it comes into view. It's a quality Atlanta Rods fiberglass body with less than 1,350 miles on the build. So it has the clean look that lets the modern clearcoat paint really revels in the sunshine. The two-tone black and teal paint instantly commands attention with a glossy finish and a hint of metallic. It's a more modern build completed within the last five years, and so the styling is cleaner to let the sleekness do the impressing. Still, that doesn't mean missing out on classic details, like suicide doors, open hood sides, and plenty of pinstriping. And the idea of vintage and modern come together nicely on the wheels. They have the classic American Racing Salt Flat style, but in a larger size to fit more modern performance tires.
The two-tone theme of the exterior is repeated inside a show-ready total package. There are even cool details, like the Ford stitching in the door panels and the power operated trunk. More than just look terrific, this was built for comfort, too. Low-back bucket seats with plenty of bolstering, plush carpeting, a cup holder canter console, and cold-blowing air conditioning are what make this an easy cruiser. You even have upgraded driving music with the JVC AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth and a USB input for your phone. You'll love the driver-ready layout with a wood and chrome steering wheel, tilt column, Lokar floor shifter, and full gauge package with new Dolphin readouts and added Haneline tach.
Under the hood is a show worthy presentation of the flathead V8. The smooth firewall, polished bolts, color-matched head, are all part of this detail-oriented package. It's built for period-correct added power with an overbore to take it from 239ci to 268ci. Plus, there's a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Offenhauser intake, and bright Sanderson shorty headers. The way it fires right up reaffirms a fresher build with quality care. And as you look underneath, it's another reminder of how few miles are on this build. You'll also spot the Pete and Jakes chassis, hairpin drop axle front, and ladder bars with adjustable coilovers in the rear. Plus, with a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive and front disc brakes, it's easy to show off this custom coupe.
This is the distinct, premium, and powerful machine that also has the right comfort to enjoy on a daily basis. Call today!!!
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