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1934 Ford 5 Window Coupe

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: 5 Window Coupe
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1934
Mileage: 2,125
Color: Red
Engine: 350 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only
Air conditioning
Leather seats

Description for Ford 5 Window Coupe 1934

There's a reason 1934 Ford coupes are sought-after: they're gorgeous and steel ones are quite rare. Building one yourself means doing it in fiberglass or sinking six figures into a steel build, r you can purchase this already built steel car with a great classic look and start having fun immediately, or a fraction of the cost. Doesn't seem like a very tough decision, oes it?This 1934 Ford 5-window coupe definitely has The Look. At a glance, ou can instantly spot a steel car, nd it has a crispness and level of detail that's tough to get in any fiberglass reproduction. None of the body panels have been modified or chopped, iving you an old school look that still has everyone's hearts fluttering today. Even the door hinges are stock! The fenders are also steel and fit well and don't detract from the graceful curve of the running board along the lower edges of the bodywork and suicide-style doors are always cool. The bright House of Kolor Blue Blood Red paint was done just last year and they made the right decision when they left off the graphics and other distractions; you simply can't make a '34 Ford coupe look better than this. It retains all its wonderful original details, ncluding the pointed grille, win horns, nd cowl lights, hich really help with the look. A few custom details like a deleted spare tire carrier and tinted glass remind you that this is a rod, nd it has a fantastic highly polished look that will draw appreciative glances from everyone who sees it.The tasteful tan interior uses Lexus-grade leather and makes the cozy coupe feel spacious, ot claustrophobic like some chopped 3-windows we've seen. A wide bench that makes the most of the floor space is a big part of it, nd even six-footers can get comfortable behind the wheel. A tilt column helps, nd it's fitted with a leather-wrapped billet banjo wheel with a V8 emblem that make it look like it was born there. Attractive cream-colored gauges from Auto Meter give it a vintage look and the billet instrument panel ties together nicely with the wheel and Vintage Air HVAC controls. The tach has been nestled neatly in the center of the dash, eplacing the original ash tray, nd that crank in the center of the dash opens the windshield for great ventilation on the roll. And since this car was built for cruising and ideally suited to road trips, here's also a nicely finished trunk upholstered to match the interior.A GM 350 cubic inch crate V8 lives under the Ford's pointed nose and once you get over your Chevy-in-a-Ford fixation, ou'll realize it's an awesome choice. Reliable, owerful, nd easy to service, his rod is built to drive. You also won't be ashamed to open that louvered hood, ecause there are custom valve covers that look like vintage Oldsmobile Rocket pieces, eat, lean wiring, nd lots of chrome pieces to make it stand out. Little things suggest the builder went the extra mile, ike the smoothed and recessed firewall and the headers that tuck in tight to the block. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission feeds a Ford 9-inch rear end, nd while everything was neatly finished and highly detailed, ou can see that this one was built to drive, ot sit on a trailer. An independent front suspension with coil-overs works with a 4-link and coil-overs out back, nd it includes disc brakes up front for safety. Gorgeous steel wheels with beautiful V8 hubcaps keep the old-school hot rod look and allow it to wear staggered wide whitewall radials for the perfect stance.A turn-key rod that will still make jaws drop, his '34 Ford is the answer to the age-old question: steel or fiberglass? The choice is easy. Call today!