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HIGH-END MODERN BUILD, LS1 SWAP, 4L60E, 4-WHEEL-DISCS, R143A A/C, LEATHER, A++!!
It's a fact: it is absolutely impossible to build an ugly '34 Ford. This fantastic 4-door sedan is ample proof, with a perfect hot-rod stance, the practicality of four doors, and all the creature comforts you'd expect of a high-quality build.
First off, this car is 100% steel, including the fenders, which certainly explains why it looks so good. Even without a chopped top, the sedan body style looks sleek, and with lots of window area you know it was made to drive. For the most part, it looks very stock, from the roof with the vinyl insert to the twin horns up front and even the cowl lights perched ahead of the front doors. They obviously didn't want to mess with a good thing. With a chrome grille shell and shiny bumpers, there's no mistaking this as anything but a '34 Ford, and the oversized headlights look fantastic nestled between that grille and the swooping fenders. The paint is a handsome metallic green done in two-stage urethane, but with no graphics, no flames, nothing that detracts from the classic shape. Kudos to the builders for getting this one exactly right. There's even a neatly installed trunk out back that makes this rod idea for long-distance cruising.
Suicide-style doors were factory-issue on sedans in 1934, so stepping inside is easy. Once you're in there, you'll find lovely tan leather buckets that are as luxurious as anything you'll buy today. Those two buckets up front fit neatly in the vintage sedan, and the full-sized rear bench is comfortable for full-sized adults. The original dash has been beautifully re-created with billet inserts for the custom Omega gauges and glove box, and a custom panel in the center seamlessly integrates the A/C vents and switches. Overhead, there's a beautifully tailored headliner with an integrated AM/FM/CD stereo, and you'll note that even rear seat passengers get their own A/C vents. Nice! All these upgrades make this a no-compromises rod that can be driven cross-country without a second thought. Get in, sit back, and enjoy the ride.
With the hood closed, there's no way to know what lives within, and that's part of this car's magic. The truth is, there's a modern LS1 in there, a smooth, torquey powerplant that makes this big sedan move like it weighs 100 pounds less than it does. Factory fuel injection lives under a custom-made engine cover that's been painted to match the bodywork and a serpentine belt drive system for the accessories ensures reliability. The LS1 isn't showy, but they did color-match a few components and chromed the rest, so it is worthwhile to open the hood and show it off now and then. A 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission is easily stout enough to handle the engine's output, as is the Ford 9-inch suspended on a set of traditional leaf springs. To get that low profile, they installed a Mustang II front suspension, which also includes rack-and-pinion steering. While they were at it, they also added 4-wheel disc brakes and a reasonably quiet exhaust system that has a nice burble but never gets annoying on the highway. Staggered Torque Thrust wheels look right with lots of rubber wrapped around them, 195/60/15s up front and 235/60/15s in back.
With just a handful of miles since the build was completed, you know this Ford is right. Beautifully built and totally reliable, this is what every hot rod aspires to be. Call today!
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- LS1 V8
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- 5,796 (Unknown)
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