1934 Ford Rat Rod Pickup Air Ride Bagged Truck No Reserve

Price: US $17,500.00 Item location: Lake Ann, Michigan, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Other Pickups
  • SubModel: Rat Rod
  • Type: Rat Rod
  • Year: 1934
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • VIN: 18754609
  • Color: Red/Rust
  • Engine size: 272
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Red/Rust
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1934 Ford Other Pickups

Checkout the entire buildhere34 rat-Dinkey's Garage .I had way better pics, but I could not get them to download here because they are too many megabytes.I had to use what I had on my old laptop.I will try to add some or change some pics this week.
This is a 1934 Ford rat hot rod pickup truck.The cab has been chopped 5 1/2 inches with custom 2x4 frame rails with a 4" kickup up front and a 27" in the rear. The frame is holed out small to large front to rear.
The engine is a 272 Y Block bored 30 over with a Clay Smith .500 lift cam with double valve springs.
The intake is a vintage Scotty Y with 2 Holley 94's carbs.Mallory ignition Hot spark coil. The headers are custom made with the weed cutter look and motorcycle baffles welded in the ends.The headers are wrapped in black heat tape and laced with copper wire.
Transmission is a T-98 Ford truck top loader 4 speed with a new clutch a pressure plate and custom driveshaft.
Front axle is a 48 Ford drilled out and flipped over with new tie rods.
All custom cross members and brackets are holed out as well.
Custom made radius arms are gusseted and holed out to match.
The front has friction shocks on the axle as well as mustang shocks on the radius arms.
The custom spring perch in the front is gusseted and holed out to match.
The front brakes backing plates are also drilled out.
The front wheels are 17" wire 34 Ford truck rims with inland 27" tires w/tubes.
The grill is a 33 Ford cut down. A mustang radiator and a 6" cooling fan (not electric).
The rear end is a 48 Ford banjo style with 358 ratio speedway conversion kit setup on buggy spring witha single 2500 lbs single air bag. The rear suspensionhas panhard bars and 1" upper and lower bars (4 link). The rear brakes backing plates are drilled out with new bearings and seals. The tires are 10"x34" Tornell's on 17 "rims. New brake lines and double master cylinder.Oval 11 gallon gas tank with a custom locking gas cap.The truck has cowl steering with a reversed Vega steering box with a 17" Ford steering wheel.
The seats are custom bomber seats. The gauges are basic autometer style. The air ride has manual valves and controls. Vintage green cab clearance lights on the cab. Glass doorknobs on the outside and custom made horseshoe door latches inside. A red lighted boat compass and a working dash fan keep it lit and cool.
The cab has # 60 roller chain around the cow, grill, radiator and gas tank.Vintage arrow turn signals in front and 32 Ford buckets. In the rear are 37 Ford turn signals and 59 Cadillac tail lights and a 7" bus STOP brake light.All light function properly, but the blinker is not blinking. I have just been tuning it off and on manually.
I have had this truck for 5 years and it has been a proven driver and has never left me stranded.I have shown this truck at so many car shows and it never disappoints.The Detriot Autorama was its most notable win, there have been many.The whole entire build of this truck was documented
This truck has been in multiple magazines and also has a neat history.
This truck was originally purchased by the Skala family to go the the Peoples brewery in Deluth to pickup beer to be brought back to Tower MN to sell at the Skala's bar in Tower.I have a picture of the original owner leaning against the truck back in the 30's when it was a long bed dually.Jack Skala hand wrote me a three page letter where he tells stories of goin with his uncle on the long drives to the brewery. They ran a whole story in the Tower newspaper about the truck and its history.
This truck is low. It can be tricky to load on trailers. Keep in mind that a typical transporter may have challenges
This vehicle is being sold as is. No warranty implied.