Ok 2 1934 fords in one day, what one is better ? Fenders or no fenders ?
Im putting up for sale my original, Henry Ford steel, 1934 Ford three window coupe.
I really love this car and never thought id sell it but id like to build another car, so I pretty much have to sell one to fund another one.
The coupe runs great.
I have put abunch of miles on this thing driving all over the east coast and shes never let me down.
The body is original un-chopped and mildly channeled.
The original frame is a very nice original 34.
The only modifications on it are the motor mounts,and you can still read the serial number on it.
The motor is a fully rebuilt Cadillac 331 V-8.
The motor came out of an old 40 lincoln hot rod, with valve covers, valley cover, and fuel pump stand still having the old chrome on them.
The motor has an Isky cam in it, a Joe Hunt electronic fake magneto distibutor, and an original Offenhauser 3×2 intake with three 97 strombergs on it.
The trans is an early Ford three speed case with a double detent top and original Zephyr gears.
The rear end is a banjo from a 36 ford with 3.25:1 ring and pinion.
The front axle is an original Dago dropped 32.
The wishbone is an original un-split 34.
The spindles are 1936.
The car runs on two front 16″ dia, 4″ wide 1940 ford steelies and two 16″ dia, 4.5″ wide rear ford truck steelies.
All four steel wheels were sent out and straightened and trued and all four coker bias ply tires were shaved.
The coupe stops with front and rear original Lincoln brakes using front buick finned aluminum drums and original ford rear drums.
The seat is a white diamond pleat done back in the early 60′s.
The radiator is original 34, as is the grill.
The windshield cranks out, and the roof insert snaps open.
The front headlites are old chrome BLC and the rear tail-lites I believe are from a willys.
The steering wheel is from a 48 Lincoln, the steering box is F1 ford, and most of the gauges are Stewart Warner.
The coupe comes with a clear 34 title.
I think that about covers it, if theres anything I missed or questions please send me an email.
Also please email me if you would like to check the car out in person.
This 34 has been featured in the Traditional Rod and Kulture magazine issue #24, and featured in the book East vs West Showdown.
Everything has been rebuilt on this car and I wouldnt hesitate to drive it anywhere.
I built this traditional 34 three window using mostly original hot rod parts in a way that someone would had done it 60 years ago.
I put afew videos of the coupe going down the road on You-tube.
Its titled under “34 Ford traditional three window coupe”.
I should have this car up at the York Pa nsra show and Ford Carlisle this weekend.
Please check out my other listings, i currently have my dads hot rod roadster listed and am going to list a 36 ford chopped hot rod pick up project.
Everything on this 34 is included in the auction except for a few personal items : licence plates, quarter kings car plaque, key chain, V-12 badge , and FLT badge.