1934 Ford Sedan Street Rod

Same owner for the past 27 years!
TCI frme and undercarriage is highly detailed
Show quality Light Blue Metallic exterior with gray interior
Powerful 400 CID Chevrolet small block V-8 engine with four barrel carburetor
Three-speed automatic transmission and a nine-inch Ford differential
Stainless four-bar front suspension, power front disc and rear drum brakes
Three-inch chopped roof, Rootlieb hood, Walker radiator and Ron Francis wiring
Ididit tilt steering column and Classic Instrument gauges
Vintage air-conditioning and suicide doors with power windows
Many Depression-era Fords have come through our shop but few of them are as nice and through as this one. MotoeXotica Classic Cars is proud to present this 1934 Ford Sedan Street Rod that was with the same loving owner for the past 27 years. This would make a great car to enter into a local cruise event, or even tour the back roads with all the power amenities included such as AC and power front disc brakes!

Starting with a frame from TCI, a California company that reportedly built one of the first Model A reproduction frames in 1974, this completely revamped sedan has a high grade Downs glass body with three inches removed from its roof, uses a stainless four-bar front suspension, sports a Rootlieb steel hood, a Walker radiator and Ron Francis wiring. The suicide doors fit very nicely and open and close as they should.

Its Light Blue Metallic exterior is in overall excellent condition and shines brilliantly in light. The glass panels are tinted, intact and look great. The car’s lights are in very good order. This street rod rolls on Kumho Solus KR21 tires, size 205/70R15 in front and 235/70R15 in back. These newer tires surround five-spoke aluminum wheels and both the tires and wheels look fantastic.

The bodywork on this Ford is superb and the engine bay is extremely tidy. Under the vee’d hood is a 400 CID Chevrolet small block V-8 engine with a four-barrel carburetor hooked to a three-speed automatic transmission with a tall floor shift lever and backed by a nine-inch Ford differential. Driver convenience features include vintage air-conditioning, power brakes and power windows. The engine feels strong and the exhaust note is exactly how you want it to sound.

Inside, the car’s handsome gray interior provides a pleasing contrast to the exterior color. The split front bench and solid rear bench seats look rich and luxurious, as does the matching carpet and headliner. The gray instrument panel has been reimagined with gauges from Classic Instruments and is intact and mirrors the rest of the interior’s theme. Other interior goodies include an Ididit tilt steering column. A three-spoke aftermarket steering wheel faces the driver. The inner door panels are also in excellent order while the mirror glass and shift lever are in very good order. This is a radio delete example.

Noticeable changes for Ford in 1934 included a flatter grille with a wider surround and fewer bars, straight hood louvers, two handles on each side of the hood, smaller headlights and cowl lamps, and a reworked logo. The bare metal dash insert was replaced by painted steel.

The four-cylinder Model B engine was in its last year, as was the Victoria body style; nevertheless, there were 14 body options, the Tudor being top-seller. The standard three-window coupe was deleted. Deluxes had pin striping, again twin (chromed) horns, and twin backlights. Inside, they got more elaborate wood graining.

This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 250 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. This awesome street rod is titled as a 1934 Ford 2 door. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!

Saint Louis, Missouri, United States