BLACK · 8 cyl · 18,364 miles
1934 Ford Tudor Sedan Sleek, classy and quality are all words that came to mind the first time we set eyes on this beautifully done 34 Ford Tudor Sedan. These cars always have a very elegant looking exterior but this one is definitely next level. It has been very very well built and the build is fully documented from the time it was dragged out of a field. The original builder found the car on a farm where it had been forgotten. They then went and totally rebuilt the car turning it into an old school custom. All of the body work was done with lead and steel so there is no putty/bondo throughout. They painted it suede black, put 2 seats in it, fitted it with the 350/350 drivetrain and drove it to the street rod nationals 2 years in a row. The current owner then bought the car and decided it needed to be transformed once again into more of a show car. The car was completely disassembled again and completely stripped down. The body work was already very well done at that time but his intentions were to paint it high gloss Black so it was gone over with a fine tooth comb to insure it was perfect. As you car guys know, gloss Black is one of the most difficulty colors to get right but if done well can put any other paint job to shame. Well this one was done well. Looking at one of the doors is like looking in the mirror. In fact, it was difficulty to pick pictures out to use for this ad just because of how well the paint reflects everything! Paired with the Black is the beautiful original style chrome accents that shine just as well. That classic 34 grill along with the chrome horns and big headlights make for a great looking front end.The body is all steel and nowadays it is always nice to see one kept intact. We love custom cars but a nice original unchopped, unshaved Henry Ford steel body is tough to beat. The only customization to the body is the suicide doors. Under all four corners are spoke steel wheels which are painted Red to create a nice accent to the paint. Under the four piece hood you will find a 350 V8 motor that runs very smoothly. It is dressed up nicely with a lot of chrome/billet accents and the Red theme continues with small details like the painted in valve covers and spark plug wires. This creates a cohesive complete look you dont see in all cars out there. The performance components are all there too with top brands like Hooker headers, Weber carburetor, MSD wires and an Edelbrock performer EPS intake manifold. Backing up the motor is a Turbo 350 Automatic transmission that moves through the gears with ease. The car really is a great driver and runs down the road incredibly well. Get it up to speed, let go of the wheel and the car tracts as straight as an arrow. It has a Mustang II style front end with disc brakes on all four corners and leaf spring suspension in rear. The interior of the car is done in a very nice Red leather with Black accents. The bucket seats are very comfortable and being a sedan the car incorporates a rear seat making it perfect to taking the family out to the show with you. The dash has been kept in the Suede Black color the previous owner had painted the car. It is topped with aftermarket gauges and a Vintage AC/Heat system. In front of the driver you will find a nice Ididit steering column topped by a Banjo steering wheel. From front to rear this classic 34 is an extremely well done car. It needs absolutely nothing! You couldnt build the car for only $64,500.00!