Classic Car Overview
1934 Ford Sedan Delivery When it comes to old school cool, it doesnt get much better than a tricked Sedan Delivery. Comfortably accommodating two passengers and maintaining the unique ability to haul anything from a birthday gift, to a load of lumber. These fabled workhorses combine the best characteristics of a flashy coupe with the straight up utility of a commercial truck, and the cargo is enclosed, away from any elements. This 1934 Ford makes good use of the words tricked out. With a two tone paint scheme, and custom all covered gray and red vinyl interior, all youll need is to apply your logo, and you are in business. Or better yet, keep her as is, and throw the surfboards in the back, and head to the beach. Now thats doing business! Exterior Imagine Your Name Here emblazoned on the sides of this classic hauler. A deep red, painted upper body and cargo area is the foundation for the gracefully curved black contrasting painted fenders and running boards on either side. The truck like car rod, will live up to the phrase on time delivery. Side mounted headlights flank a shield styled black vertical grille surrounded by a body matching radiator covering. Like the waves in the ocean the lower part of the front of this car undulates to form the bumper less front look . It could be a centerfold. On top is a new vinyl panel, done so as the manufacturing of the day did not have the presses to form a solid metal top. Authentic Centerline racing 15-inch polished wheels are on all 4 corners with 195/60R15s in front and nice wide 33x12.5R15LTs on back wrapping deep polished centerline knockoffs. Interior Stepping up onto the running board after a swing of the doors and we are in all custom interior heaven. Door panels, including the rear door, are covered in smooth red vinyl with a gray tweed broadcloth curvaceous wisps running through the lover section. Billet style handles and a billet black padded armrest along with a teardrop shaped speaker are seen on these panels. Inside dual late model buckets in two tone red vinyl and more gray tweed broadcloth are fashioned into the front. Gray carpeting floods the floors and the upper gray tweed broadcloth coverings occupy half of the side panels and headliner. For the lowers, red vinyl. A carpeted custom built shelf structure is seen in the cargo area and houses the fuel cell. Some extra speakers are in back, and for the dash, its fronted by a mahogany rimmed LeCarra steering wheel and adjustable column. This is fronting a black dash which has a lineup of white-faced Classic Instruments with deep brass bezels looking very industrial. As we scan across this dash we note Vintage Air, and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD/Bluetooth stereo head unit in front of the passenger. Drivetrain Lifting the cowl hood, you will be awestruck with a totally polished 350ci crate V8 engine setup. If you like polished surfaces, then run in here and have a gaze at this beauty of a mill. Even the headers are polished! Its topped with dual 4-barrel Edelbrock carbs, and a polished intake. On top is a chromed oval air cleaner covering. On back is a 200R4 4 speed automatic, and the shortened rear axle accommodates the big rear rubber, weighs in at 9 inches, is from Ford, and has 3.73 gears. All bolt ons and accessories are also polished, and it is definitely not what one would expect when lifting the cowled hood of a 34 Sedan Delivery, but it definitely delivers on the eye candy. Undercarriage As with any custom build it starts with a new solid frame and this car is no exception. Square steel framing, like new steel floor pans, and all steel sideboards with like new hangers abound. All new wiring and brake lines work with power disc brakes in front and power drums in the back. Independent coil spring suspension is now in front, and in back a 4 link with coilovers and shiny springs are hard to ignore! Drive-Ability Slipping in for the test drive I was nearly drooling to get on my way. It came to life with a thunderous roar and idled like its going to chew up any competition. Getting plenty of fuel from the 8 pack on top it has near limitless acceleration. Handling is very nice, cornering a breeze, and bias free braking from the new brakes. A few frowns are the windows are not working, the horn does not blow, (a problem because when you quickly run up to the next car, youll need to give them fair warning your commin through!). And the right rear signal and brake light would not illuminate. At the end of the day, you really cant ask for a cooler street rod. Sporting a solid body, first class paint, custom interior, and solid drivetrain, this 34 has it all! And you can haul stuff...in style. Talk about attracting new business, and as noted... Your Name Here ...Hey it cant hurt?!