1934 FORD CABRIOLET OLD SKOOL HOT ROD 1932 1940

Price: US $39,500.00 Item location: Fitzroy Harbour, Canada
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Cabriolet
  • Type: Cabriolet
  • Year: 1934
  • Mileage: 354
  • Color: GREEN
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1934 Ford Cabriolet

1934 Ford cabriolet, old skool hot rod, "The Green Hornet". Built here 4 years ago using all original components . This is not a 1-800 car!
Car is channeled using custom made sub frame. Floor pan and seats are in stock location. There is no loss of leg room can be driven in by a big guy (or gal) with no problem. It drives and handles excellent with no issues. Runs cool even in this weather
Body - Is a 1934 ford cabriolet, channeled, stock height, Le Barron Bonney top. Paint is excellent with no chips or cracks. 1934 ford wood grained dash with Steward Warner gauges and orig 32 column drop. 37 bango wheel with smaller rim. Seats are 1934 ford tudor. Headlights-4 commercial, tail lights 1940 Chevrolet. 1932 Ford grille, Nerf bars stainless tubing
Chassis- font section from 1932 Ford truck, rear custom made of 2x3 thick wall tubing to conform to stock 1934 Ford configuration. Then kicked up in rear.Rear is 1947 Ford 3.54 Gears and open drive, transverse rear spring with 35-6 rear radius rods. Rear end positioned to place wheel is proper position in wheel openings. (Channeling makes wheels to far back in wheel openings so they don't look right from side view)
Front axle orig 1932 Ford as is split radius rods. 1956 Ford pickup brakes. Vega steering with panhard bar, 1940 Ford shocks, 1956 Ford pickup 15" wheels - rears reversed
Engine - 1956 Buick Nailhead 322 cu.in., 4 Bbl. Carb, custom made headers
Transmission - 1950 Ford pickup (Same as 39 but open drive)
If you have any questions call Bob @ 613-623-6705. I am about 3.5 hours north of Syracuse NY, you are welcome to come and inspect. and drive.
Many people ask what about shipping to USA? Any trouble getting across the border? Do you know any trucking companies?A commercial carrier has to go through a broker crossing the border. There are no tariffs, taxes, or duties but the broker charges a fee...depending on the value, usually around $200. If you come get the car yourself you do not require a broker...its considered a casual entry and the US customs officer fill out the paper work free of charge. This paper work shows you have legally imported the vehicle into the US. It may be required when you license the vehicle in your state. I have a clear title for this vehicle in my name. Sorry No trades. Sorry to see it go but age forces me to downsize.