Driving a car from the 30s can be a treat; their iconic designs and engineering showcases how the automotive world came to be. While this sounds good, it can also be a daunting task. These vintage cars lack the necessary modern acceleration, speed and handling, and at often look alike. This burning issue gave way to the world of hot rods; You now could take your vintage Ford, strip it apart and build it to your liking. Building a car from scratch can take a lot of time and effort, which makes this 1934 Ford Roadster Convertible 350 we have today a savvy purchase. The car has seen a massive mechanical rebuild and has just 3,400 miles reported since the build.
While going custom sounds fun, it's easy to go over the top with exterior upgrades. This 1934 Ford Roadster Convertible 350 has seen a professional rebuild and sports a Wescott full fendered body. The exterior is black in color, and sports pinstripes running along the sides for some visual drama. The Hartz black cloth drop-top matches the exterior of the car. The front axle has been dropped by 4 inches, and the car rides on a set of chrome Cragar styled wheels giving the car an aggressive look. The red interior of this 1934 Ford Roadster Convertible 350 also sees many custom upgrades. Out with the old bench seats, you are now treated to red leather seats and a heater for added comfort. The dashboard is treated to a custom look, complete with classic instrument gauges and a tilt GM column plus Body steering wheel. Good tunes are courtesy of a JVC CD player, which is hidden, so as not to hinder the custom dashboard design. There is also a Geenie shifter and an e-brake to complete the interior's custom look.
Back in the 30s, you didn't get much tech to push out triple-digit horsepower. Old school side valve engines were the norm. This 1934 Ford Roadster Convertible eliminates this problem with a Chevrolet derived 350ci V8 engine taking over powerplant duties. The 350 V8 engine provides ample power and is renowned for aftermarket tunability. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a 350 Turbo transmission with Chevrolet 3.08 highway gears at the rear. Stopping power also has been greatly improved with disc brakes and a rebuilt chassis for better handling.
1934 Ford Roadster Convertible Wescott full fendered body Built chassis reported 4 inch dropped front axle Disc brakes 350ci V8 Chevrolet engine 350 Turbo transmission Chevrolet 3.08 highway gears in rear Hartz black cloth drop top Red leather Custom dash board reported - complete with classic instrument gauges Tilt GM column and Body steering wheel Geenie shifter and E Brake Hidden JVC stereo CD player Heater Hot Rod Black exterior Pinstripes 3400 miles reported on the build
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