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1934 Ford Roadster Hiboy

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Location: Los Angeles, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: 40-710
  • SubModel: Hiboy
  • Type: Roadster
  • Trim: Vynel and leather inserts
  • Year: 1934
  • Mileage: 40
  • VIN: 9849852
  • Color: Mandarin Maroon
  • Engine size: Chrysler 300-C
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Transmission: Chrysler HD four-speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed

1934 Ford 40-710 Vynel and leather inserts Description

Original steel body painted 1940 Mandarin Maroon and frame painted Imron black, Completely restored 392 cu Chrysler Hemi V-8, bored .10 over, already broken in Set up for 1957 Chrysler 300-C specifications Engine modifications includes Joe Hunt rebuilt Vertex Magneto, stainless steel valves, both intake and exhaust, polished ports, 9-quart finned oil pan and Moon valve covers both polished, with original stainless single breathers on each of them, and 100 amp chromed GM generator Custom stainless steel exhaust system with echo cans (the sound will blow your mind, just reeking with horsepower: V-8 Chevies and Mustangs: look out! Chrysler 833-A heavy duty four-speed, with Hurst linkage, connected to the engine with blow-proof adapter with 11 inch Dodge truck clutch and flywheel Sheiffer quick-change solid-spooled 9 inch Ford rear axle: 4:11 or 5:36 ratios, with original split chromed radius rods, modified mounting brackets and first generation Palemides 8.5 inch mag kidney rims Front end is and original Ed “Axle” Stewart’s 3-inch drop axle, chromed and filled, Ford heavy duty disc brakes and heavy duty GM calipers, with stainless steel spring, original split chrome tie-rod ends with first generation 4-inch American Mag wheels (super rare!) Tan colored Glide vinyl seats with leather pleated inserts and interior, with rumble seat similarly upholstered: panels, no rear seats Bonney-Lebaron chrome top frame, with Tan canvas and top cover that snaps in place over folded top (no side curtains, and no hardware on doors for mounting side curtains for a smoother appearance; and, extra hardware to fill side curtain studs on original windshield posts Original show quality working chromed vacuum-operated windshield wiper, repro rear view mirror and side mirrors in cowl light openings Steering is a ’36 banjo wheel, ’56 Ford truck column and close-ration Mustang box (have extra chromed ladder bars requiring a Vega steering replacement) Original working gauges with Stewart Warner Tachometer mounted in ash tray; and, oil pressure, ammeter and temperature gauges mounted under dash, all “black face” Chrome “California Kid” nerf bar in front and chromed rear spreader bar Headlight brackets are first generation stands, impossible to find! Fenders are fiberglass All rubber is new B.F. Goodrich whitewall radials With about 400 hp at the flywheel, it goes like the clappers and will do wheel stands in both first and second gear! Vehicle comes with four new jack stands and bottle jack, and car cover for storage, tire iron and complete set of tools, along with a regular, and better yet, a motor cycle battery charger that allows for charging and draining charges to increase battery life... The louvered top of the hood has been removed and can be sent to the builder Doug’s Street Rods in Frenchtown New Jersey, for free refinishing to remove “orange peel.” For show appearance, remove the four mag rims, have them bead-blasted and coated as they will immediately start to oxidize, as well as install inner tubes in all four tires as three of the tires deflate because of the rims, an issue with all mag wheels because them come from drag racing machines. Also, to make this a prize-winning show car, the pot metal 600 cfm Edelbrock secondary should be replaced by a chrome version of that carburetor, about a $360 investment. The owner is selling this car for tens of thousands of dollars less than were invested because one wire that has turned off the mag as a safety feature, needs to be sorted out with builders directions, and the above suggestions for up grading the car will require as much as a thousand more in investment to make it show quality: Annual Bakersfield Reunion and Bonneville Speed Week, here you come! Deposit not refundable.