This 1934 Ford Cabriolet takes the classic style and creates a street machine with ZZ4 small block power, an upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and a custom/comfy air conditioned interior. So this one is impressive for far more than just its iconic rumble seat setup. A 34 Ford cab has awesome style. The all-steel body has a smooth look with fluid lines on the fenders that even flow underneath the deep-dipping V of the grille. Its also attractive for having the right brightwork on the waterfall grille, bumpers, headlight surrounds, and premium greyhound hood ornament. The creamy white paint has a nice gloss for elegance, especially with the copper/brown pinstriping for accenting. (The consignor even claims this is car is originally out of California, so you know they started with a nice and dry body before restoration!) But theres something more going on here. The 15-inch wire wheels with meaty rear tires gives this a stance that suggests a street machine kind of attitude (more on that in a moment.) Suicide doors are always a classically elegant touch, and they swing wide to make sure you can easily show off this custom interior. The black has a sophisticated look, especially with the leather inserts in the seats. There are also nice details, including the wood-like trim and classic Ford script stitched into the sides. This was built to be a great driver, and so the seating is extra comfy, and the door panels are custom crafted for better armrests. There are even well-integrated features, like an AM/FM/cassette stereo, cruise control, and cold-bowing R134a air conditioning. Plus, you have a wood-rimmed steering wheel, tilt column, and crisp vintage-style VDO gauges. Proper roll-up windows and a glass rear window in the folding soft top really give this a quality feeling when buttoned up. Of course, a car like this loves to be open to the world. That way you can have as much fun as those in the classic rumble seat. And not only does this Ford have that iconic feature, but also its finished just as nicely as the rest of the interior. The butterfly-style hood is always a great classic piece that can attract a crowd. But whats contained within is far more modern. Its a GM ZZ4 performance 350 cubic-inch crate V8. Its built with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and an MSD ignition. It fires up with gusto as it makes a nice low rumble out of the dual exhaust. As you look underneath the car, youll spot the nice driving pieces, like a four-link front end and a Corvette-style independent rear. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is both stout and smooth, and the four-wheel disc brakes fives you superior stopping power. A cool classic look with all the right upgrades - thats what makes this Ford Cabriolet so great. So dont let it slip away, call today!
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- 20 Janvier 2021