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1934 Ford Other

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: Coupe
Year: 1934
Mileage: 250
VIN: 99999999999999999
Color: Purple
Engine: 1991 5.0 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Clyde, North Carolina, United States
Power Locks
CD Player

Description for Ford Other 1934

1934 FORD fiberglass body kit car, TITLED IN NORTH CAROLINA AS A 1934 FORD. This is a Street Beast based kit car that I did some work on and am selling for a friend of mine. He had it built around 8 years ago, drove it very little (the odo showed 60 miles when I got it home), and then parked it in his garage. It's been sitting for several years so I installed a new battery, fuel lines, cleaned the fuel cel, new oil and filter, coolant, water pump and t-stat, radiator hoses and flushed the radiator, new synthetic oil in the transmission, flushed the brakes, repaired a bit of the wiring that the builder left undone, installed a heater bypass valve and knob to operate it, and basically went through the car to get it running and operational again. It has a 91 mustang 5.0 drive (see pic of donor title) with a 5 speed manual, disk front brakes and drum rear. It runs great with no smoke or engine noise. We've decide to set the reserve low since all though the car is in really good shape it is not a show winner. What it is is a very good daily driver that you can have a lot of fun in. The paint could use some TLC just because it's been sitting in his garage. I waxed it but it could use some time with a light rubbing compound to really make it look good. Also the weakest part of the car would have to be the interior. It's fairly basic and still needs some armrest pads. I did't put these on because I figured the new owner would know better what style they wanted. The car is 98% finished but there are a couple items that need some attention - The passenger window is hard to roll up at the top of it's travel, the heater core and controls are working but not ducted to the dash vents, it could use a couple more vents in the dash top -again I left these for the new owners preference. It has no door keys or accessible locks, the door release from inside is manual and from outside is a hidden button you activate with your foot. It would be easy enough to wire in an aftermarket key fob is someone wanted. The only seat belt is the driver lap belt, the passenger seat has NO belt, the drivers side mirror is chipped and the paint on the engine block is peeling a bit in places. I've tried to describe all the items on the car the best I could. Although it does need a small bit of TLC I'd rather be overly cautious about describing any issues than to have someone not get what they wanted.