1934 CHEVROLET SEDAN HOT ROD
1934 CHEVROLET TUDOR SEDAN “HOT ROD”: The best of everything, 86-years old, garaged most of it’s life, never wrecked since new, 1,300 miles since build, frame-off restoration, you couldn’t build this “Rod” boxed racing frame powder coated to match body, Mustang II front end with disc brakes, power brakes, Ford 9-inch rear tubed 3-inches both sides with 413 gears, racing suspension with adjustable chrome coil-over shocks and traction bars, Corvette aluminum block stroker/crate engine, 24-miles to the gallon if you drive like I do, otherwise, 7-miles to the gallon with a heavy foot on the accelerator pedal, tuned-port headers with straight stainless steel dual exhaust (no cross-over), racing aluminum radiator, electric cooling fan, G.M. Turbo Hydromatic 400 transmission with shift kit, racing gas tank, new wiring, perfect mostly original wood frame inside steel body, perfect grey leather interior, perfect Master Craft Green paint, top-of-the-line sound system, digital instrument cluster with analogue read-out and L.E.D. back lighting, wheels and tires, L.E.D. tail lights, custom car cover, three ring build sheet notebook/owner’s manual included, “Nurf” bar bumpers included, all new tinted glass windows all the way through (not the tinted film that you glue on with soap suds), electric windows, set-up for remote control door locks (control units are not yet installed), doors close like a vault door with no drop in the hinges and on and on.
- 1,300 mi