Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No. 00174:

1934 3-Window Ford Coupe

1934 3-Window Ford Coupe

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Key Design Elements
Features a rolled rear pan, top chopped 3", body channeled 6" and sectioned 2". The nose was extended 4" and pinched 2". The custom one-of-a-kind grille was sectioned to match. The very unique sprint car chassis provides serious handling control, height control and driving comfort thanks to a full torsion bar suspension front and rear.

The Poli-Form fiber glass ’34 Ford 3-Window Coupe body is reinforced with engineered steel. Many nice custom touches adorn this beauty: custom tail lights, blended drip rails, custom extended steel hood, custom aluminum side panels, custom grille by Joe Wilhelm V8 Shop, and retractor rear license plate.

Interior design by Time Machines Unlimited. Custom leather seats shaped to BMW design. Garnish moldings are leather wrapped. All leather and virgin wool upholstery, Ididit polished column, Lokar shifter, VDO gauges and clock, floor starter key system, Kenwood stereo AM/FM CD, electric safety door pins, power windows, chrome fire extinguisher, fully upholstered trunk in leather and wool, hidden optima battery. Complete receipt books and interior design drawings included.

Engine & Drive Train
GM 350 ZZ3 with Dart Pro heads, Comp Cam, roller rockers, polished intake, 650 Holley, Edelbrock water pump, HEI, SFI dampener, custom one-of-a-kind Sanderson headers, Coan Racing TH 350 transmission with shift kit. TCI stall converter, Gear Vendors electric overdrive, Walker radiator. 8" Ford rear end with 3.73 posi gears. Drum rear brakes, 18 Gal fuel tank, Flowmaster exhaust system, American Torque Thrust 20" rear wheels & 17" front, Dunlap 9000 Series single direction tires.

Barry Lobeck designed a special frame to bring the overall stance low to the ground resulting in the "Ohio Look" using "big 'n littles" (big tires in the back and littles in the front). The Just-a-Hobby frame was modified to sprint car parameters with transverse mounted Aldan adjustable shocks, Superbell 4" dropped axle, JFZ sprint car disc brakes, and Flaming River steering.

Class Winner - Detroit Autorama in Altered Street Coupe; Bay Harbor Concours D "Elegance; Invitational Participant - Ford & Mercury Restorer’s Club; Featured Vehicle - Straights Area Antique Auto Show – Saint Ignace, Michigan; Goodguys - Model 40 Pick.

This is a very well built, one-off, award winning driver, not a trailer queen and the dust never collects on this car! Having only 14,000 miles, it has been on the HOT ROD Power Tour and has been driven to car shows all over the country.

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