sweet black 1934 Ford
sweet black 1934 Ford
Wow super cool 1936 Buick project. This would make for one trick custom.
Wow 2 tone 1932 Ford, Very Elegant !! I would have a top hat on and be Rollin in this fancy flathead powered Stocker !
I would change out a few things on this car, but it has a nice chop and the custom parts are all done.
Find this 1951 Mercury FOR SALE HERE
How do you classify timeless 50′s style? I am not sure about you but the only ride to stop me in my tracks is a tastefully done tail dragging early Merc Lead Sled! Getting the right look and feel takes superior craftsmanship and incredible creativity! Cars that meet all of these categories are special indeed and rarely become available for sale. This beautiful 51 Merc has obviously been massaged to perfection by some masterful hands. Let’s face it, getting it right is not an easy task. So step back, step up and relive some “Young Love”…
The lid has been chopped approximately 3.5 inches, nosed w/rounded hood corners, frenched headlights, 1953 Desoto grille & front bumper, dummy spot lights, decked w/smoothed rear bumper, 1950 Merc rear window, frenched 1954 Merc taillights, shaved door handles, Remote door openers w/hidden emergency release to open driver’s door, factory side trim, 1951 Merc fender skirts and Caddy hub caps w/wide white radials. Finished off in a Heart Throbbing Hot Red professional mix combined with subtle old school style flames. Flat out sexy and just right, you will fall in “Young Love” all over again…
Hop inside to a recently updated interior where 10K was spent on the threads, interior chrome and paint. Features include White with red tuck-n-roll inserts including trunk area, Embroidered hearts in kick panels and trunk, Chrome garnish moldings including around windshield, Custom made to match paint tear-drop dash knobs, In dash AM/FM cassette deck with power antenna, Tilt-steering column, custom steering wheel, horn button, Air Conditioning, Newport Engineering wiper system and more…
Completing the package and the most important part is the task setting up an enjoyable ride. It sits on a 1974 Pontiac frame equipped with a Pontiac 350 engine and automatic transmission, power steering, power drum brakes, air-bags in rear with on-board air compressor.
This is a Classic Car , just a no nonsense Coupe, I dig the Grill and the wheels as well as the interior. What a nice Ride.
Seller States :
1936 chevy master 5 window coupe, has 21195 original miles, car was stored inside for many years, it is a rust free car, engine is original 207 cu. in. was told it was rebuilt by previous owner, I have no paper work on that part of it, but it runs good and is very clean. many NOS parts, hood ornament, headlights, grill emblem,horn button, has a mint grill,frame has been painted black, new gas tank and fuel lines, brakes were replaced and work fine. has the optional passenger side taillight. not a reproduction. 17 inch arillery wheels, sandblasted and painted, with new coker firestone tires, has spare tire and carrier. new running board rubber and metal plates that go under the rubber. all new window rubber, all new cloth style wiring, still on the 6v system. runs and drives fine. rare to find with this low of mileage and rust free also. has small dents in the fenders, but no major dents. will be easy to repair for someone who can do bodywork. there are no patch panels in this car. runs and drives fine. has the original seat and door panels that came in the car.
I love this car, I have been on several runs and long distance car shows with it, The builder is a true hot rodder of the old school.
Solid, fast and fully sorted out. Everything is either new or rebuilt. Named one of the H.A.M.B./Jalopy Journals’ top ten traditional roadsters at the 2011 Grand National Roadster Show. It’s also been featured in Hop Up Magazine.
ENGINE: 322 Buick Nailhead, fully balanced and rebuilt. Schneider cam, Smith Brothers push rods, three deuce Offy manifold with Jere Jobe-built 94′s and progressive linkage, an HEI ignition built into the stock distributor body, spin-on oil filter conversion, NOS Hurst motor mounts.
TRANSMISSION: Rebuilt Ford 4-speed toploader. Offy bellhousing, Mustang clutch and pressure plate, NOS Hurst linkage.
FRONT SUSPENSION: Mor-Drop axle, split ’34 wishbones, tube shocks with F1 mounts, ’40 Ford cross-steer box.
REAR SUSPENSION: Rebuilt Ford 9 inch, Posies transverse spring, tube shocks, ladders bars. 3.50 gears, 2200 rpm at 65 mph.
BRAKES: Wilson Welding Lincoln brakes with finned Buick drums in front. New Currie brakes in back. Stainless steel brake lines, working parking brake.
INTERIOR: Restored ’40 Deluxe wheel, working horn button, vintage S-W gauges and dash insert. Accurate speedometer and vintage Sun tach converted to digital. Chopped windshield with vintage accessory folding stanchions, Ansen swing pedals, NOS seat cover material.
BED: Full-length original Ford bed with new Purple Heart wood planking and stainless bed strips. New 15 gallon gas tank, built-in locking toolbox, canvas tonneau.
Hot Rod Code Words: 1932, 1939, 1940, Bonneville, dry lakes, SCTA, flathead, SBC, blower, drag race, kustom, rat rod