1934 Ford Other 5-Window
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Other
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: 5-Window
- Year: 1934
- Mileage: N/A
- Color: Orange
- Engine size: 331 CID
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Vehicle Title: Clean Want to buy? Contact seller!
1934 Ford Other 5-Window
All Steel, 1934 Ford Hot Rod with a documented history back to the early 50â€™s. Known by many as the â€œSalt Lake Coupeâ€, this all-steel Hot Rod has that unique â€œWow Factorâ€ that would be a stunning centerpiece for adiscriminating collector, and available for the first time.
This â€˜34 underwent a complete frame-off, 7 year $375K restore and refine build, with components original to the car and using onlyera-correct authentic and rare vintage parts, which took years to find. Custom fabrication was done with era-correcttools and methods.
For Specifications and full story see The Rodders JournalIssue #60. Also see the Storyboard photo below.
Body:1934 Ford 5 W Coupe chopped 5â€, A pillar laid back, C pillar contoured forward,for more graceful lines. Floorboards areoriginal that the car was born with.
Paint: Naples Orange, as painted in the early 60â€™s; a 56 Packard color
Engine: 1954 Cadillac 331 with â€™56 heads, fully built by famed NHRA Hall of Fame'r Tony Feil
Trans: 1964 Corvette M-21 4 speed, the newest component on the car
Front Suspension: â€™34 Ford I-beam heated and dropped the way it was done back in the day
Rear Suspension: Vintage Halibrand Culver City 301 Champ Magnesium Quick Change
Wheels: Rare magnesium American 5 spoke
Interior: Spinneybeck Premium Italian Leather, custom dyed to match the body, with Cream roll and pleat inserts, and â€™60 Pontiac Black with gold flake carpets. Original floorboards that the car was born with.
The Rodders Journal, Issue #60, a Cover and 18 page chronicle of the Salt Lake Coupeâ€™s history going back to 1954 where it was channeled inSalt Lake Cityâ€™s West High School metal shop class! This is an example of how it was done back in theday.
Rod and Custom Magazine, Feb. 1964, a 3 page story including a â€œRod Testâ€
Kustomrama Online Magazine, documenting the early days of this Rod, known as the Maxwell Coupe.
Gasoline Magazine Aug. 2018, 5 page full color history ofthe car
NSRA StreetScene Magazine
2013 Debut at the Detroit Autorama, 3 awards
2019 Greenwich Invitational Concours dâ€™Elegance,Brock Yates Award
2015 Syracuse Nationals, Top 10 (out of ~ 8000 cars)
2015 NSRA Top 100
2016 Goodguys East Coast Nationals, Top Award; Real StreetRod
2016 Lead East back to the 50â€™s weekend, Best Hot Rod
2017 Dead Manâ€™s Curve Club Pick
This is an authentic hot rod that defines the late 50â€™s/early 60â€™s era. This is not a new 350/350 street rod made to â€œlook likeâ€ a traditional rod. This is the real thing, with documented history and provenance that cannot be duplicated. The rare, hard to find vintage parts alone cost over $200K giving the next owner secure value, as the cost of rare vintage parts continues to climb.
In pristine condition, available for $150,000 OBO, will consider 6-figure offers
Come see the car, it is spectacular.
To discuss your interest in the car, contact Robert at:
firstname.lastname@example.org cell; 201-248-8987 (8 am-8 pm) and leave a message for a return call.