1934 Dodge Sedan Streetrod
Considering its outstanding vintage looks and undeniable curb appeal, the temptation to simply park this 1934 Dodge Sedan Streetrod in a well-trafficked public place to watch the crowd that gathers would be perfectly understandable, but a steady practice of doing so would cause you to miss out on a lot of what it offers. With its very strong running condition and an array of features that are all working just as intended, it also happens to be a great driver. This steel bodied classic retains a thoroughly vintage appearance to go along with the modern upgrades it's carrying, adding up to a well-equipped ride that will no doubt turn heads but is also well-suited to handle frequent driving in everyday conditions. The style of its exterior is really something to behold - the way the flowing fenders give way to broad running boards, the roomy cabin that sports no less than six windows to go along with its front and rear windshields. A pair of tinted fog lights sit in place to light the way forward on either side of a sharp looking grille with horizontal stripes painted to match the rest of the exterior, and a very distinctive hood ornament looms above in top shape. In keeping with the sturdy reputation of its construction, this sedan looks solid and well-aligned and all four of its suicide doors - another great feature - open and shut smoothly. The red paint job is also a strong suit - nice and even all over, it produces a great shine and you'd be hard pressed to find any serious blemishes anywhere. The burgundy interior features bench seats in front and back that have been recovered in leather with a tuck and roll pattern for a very high-end appearance. They're well-padded and very comfortable and the workmanship that went into them is obvious right off. Have a look downward and you'll see an expanse of fresh burgundy carpeting. Take a look above and you'll see a nicely installed headliner to match. An external storage compartment is mounted in back and the entire cabin is configured for passengers, so this is one very roomy environment, with a lot of real estate separating the front and back bench seats. Just in front of the Lecarra billet steering wheel sitting on its tilt column, there's a nicely detailed dash area, with a set of AutoMeter gauges recessed into a chrome panel that looks great against the burgundy fabric that surrounds it. The aftermarket air conditioning system is running strong, cooling the cabin through a set of underdash vents. The 350 cubic inch V8 sitting under the hood carries a 4-barrel Edelbrock carb on top that sits under a chrome air cleaner, and a pair of valve covers on its sides whose textured surfaces have been painted to match the red of the compartment. It fires right up and pulls strong as it sounds a great note out of its Flowmaster exhaust, teaming with a 3-speed automatic transmission to make up a rock solid drivetrain. The upgraded Mustang II offers a number of benefits, including precise power rack and pinion steering and power front disc brakes for dependable, fade-resistant stops as this very sharp head turner cruises on its set of 15" spoked wheels carrying white wall tires for just the right vintage look. Below, the undercarriage looks very solid, and from that vantage point you can see just how new the exhaust components look. This 1934 Dodge Sedan Streetrod offers the look of yesteryear with the functionality of modern times -a pretty compelling combination. Call today!