614 E. Auto Center Dr.
It's not just that this 1934 Ford 5-window coupe looks awesome inside and out. It's that this is slick all-steel machine that checks all the right boxes for both comfort and performance. So look at the custom leather interior, cold A/C, five-speed stick, fire-breathing dual-quad V8, and everything else that makes this unique coupe an all-around stunner.
There is arguably no better icon on wheels than a 1934 Ford. But the legendary status is only the beginning for this coupe. The full steel body has the kind of precision gaps even Henry Ford couldn't deliver. It makes for a terrific canvas to apply the artful paintwork. This has a terrifically subtle two-tone with a dark blue on top and deep black lower portion. So you're going to love how people do a double-take when the sunshine really makes these two colors pop. And providing a distinct boarder for this two-tone is a full pinstripe package that utilizes a pearl white and plenty of blue accenting. And this full package comes together on the custom artwork on the headlight housings and trunk. While the paint really draws the crowds in, and as they get closer, they'll also notice all the great details. This includes the bright waterfall grille, crystal clear glass, iconic whitewalls, and so much more. So this is the kind of quality build that people will talk about long after they see it at the car shows.
The white striping on the outside was a preview of the interior, so this is a truly coordinated build inside and out. And we love how the texture on the seats matches the door panels. More than just look great, this custom interior is built for true comfort. The seats are covered in supple leather and power adjust to the ideal comfort position. Plus, there are modern conveniences like an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input and ice-cold air conditioning. You get a bright banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt column, and beyond that even bright gauges shine like jewelry. And have you spotted that extra large tach? It goes particularly well with the upgraded stick shift in your right hand.
Since they invested this much on the interior and exterior, you know the engine bay is ready to win awards, too. All those polished components look great, and the shine is doubled thanks to an exceptionally smooth firewall painted with as much clearcoat as the exterior. Beyond the style is the substance of a ZZ4 performance crate motor with go-fast goodies like ceramic-coated headers, MSD ignition, and aluminum heads. Plus, the dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors that let this V8 inhale deeply. And as you check out the full engine bay, you'll also see the right supporting components, like Wagner aluminum radiator that helps keep this hot rod running cool even when the A/C is pumping. With a motor this strong, you'll be glad to have full control with the Tremec TKO600 five-speed manual transmission. And that feeds a strong Currie 9-inch rear. Plus, as you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll spot all the right pieces, including front disc brakes, adjustable coilovers in back, and polished four-link setup front & rear.
It takes time, money, and a creative eye to create a custom coupe like this. So either you can take years to create something this nice, or call today and skip ahead to the fun part. Call today!!!
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