1934 Other Makes
Here is an HONEST description of this car. This is a fairly decent 1934 Ford Coupe body mounted on a rather crude but salvageable 34 Ford chassis. The body has solid sheet metal with a non filled roof, rank out windshield, ood dash and firewall, ery good doors, ice garnish moldings and a decent trunk along with a straight and salvageable grille. Hood is a little rough but all there. Floor has been replaced with a non-original sheet metal replacement that is nothing to be proud of. Windshield glass is all there is but window cranks are in the box. New door handles with keys are included so no one steals it at the car show or in the trailer. Engine is a good running 350 SBC which appears to be stock with a, o kidding, hrome Holley carburetor. Transmission is a T5 Chevrolet from a Camaro. Rear is a Franklin QC with a locker/posi unit i.e. it doesn't throw gravel all over during a turn, ould very well be a Detroit unit as they were common back in the day. Brakes are4WDB Wilwood units on wide five Wilwood hubswith matching pedals and master cylinders including the clutch. Fuel cell and battery are in the trunk, ar has working gauges with ignition and lights wired. Front end is a dropped axle with uncut wishbone. Frame is an original 34 boxed with a visible vin number and although crude with a couple of grinders an enough beer a couple of guys could clean it up. The car starts, tops and drives but is in no way ready for the street. To paraphrase the Beach Boys she is "pushed out of shape and hard to steer but I get rubber in all four(five) gears". Paper work is an openNH dealer title reassignment along with a NH dealer vin verification and an open bill of sale, hat is what and all I have. Vin on the frame matches the paperwork. This car is exactly as I have described it and is sold as-is, suggest a personal inspection and for everyones' safety there will be no test pilots as always. No trades Thanks.