1934 Henry Ford Steel Five Window Coupe: The Real Deal Hot Rod

Check this out – I have a magnet in my hand, and this is a real 1934 Henry Ford steel five window coupe. This is where it all started with the hot rods. If you’re in the market for a collector car, head over to volocars.com where we have 200 cars for sale, including this beauty. Each car comes with a price tag and a monthly finance option.

A Closer Look at the Exterior

This 1934 Henry Ford steel coupe is the real deal, not a fiberglass replica. The all-steel body is in excellent condition with straight and clean lines. The hood opens from either side, and the loued hood adds to its classic charm. The body has no rust or damage, with only minor imperfections in the paint like small chips and bubbles.

The car features suicide doors, original style chrome door handles, and a built-in third brake light. The front and back bumpers are original style, and it sits on Chrome Torque Thrust wheels that give it a stylish hot rod stance.

Interior Features and Engine

Inside, the car is upholstered with a Billet instrument panel, blue digital gauges, and a Billet glove box. The interior retains its original 1934 Ford look with pleated seats and gray fabric. It has an AC unit, stereo system, and a tilt column with a leather lacara steering wheel.

Under the hood, the car is powered by a performance-built 350 motor with aluminum heads and an Edel Brock carburetor. It has a Hi-Ignition system, aluminum intake, and porcelain-coated exhaust manifolds. The engine compartment is clean and well-maintained.

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Underneath the Car

The underbody of the car is clean and painted red, with a 1934 Ford frame painted to match. The front end features chromed tubular components, while the rear has leaf springs and shocks. It has a custom gas tank, stainless steel dual exhaust system, and disc brakes in the front.

The transmission is an overdrive automatic with a custom driveshaft and Ford 9-inch rear. The car also features a power brake booster, master, and external oil coolers. Overall, this is a well-built older car with genuine 1934 Ford steel body.

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