vintage 1934 Ford three window coupe antique survivor

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1934
  • VIN: B5224755
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: Flathead
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1934 Ford Other Description

Hello and welcome,
Up for your consideration, out of my personal collection and all of our history books is this spectacular specimen for anyone's investment purposes. A true Henry Ford steel 1934 Ford 3 window coupe.She runs and shifts perfectly, as she should. All gauges in the dash are original and non-operable, at the moment, I choose not to remove or rewire them and leave just them as is. The aftermarket and pictured Stewart Warner Wings gauges, water temp, and oil pressure work absolutely fine and all I felt I needed, but more can always be added for yourself if need be.
The Flathead purrs like a kitten, and the transmission runs through all of her gears like warm butter on a hot muffin. A real finely oiled machine that has been very well cared for and maintained. A true gem for her next owner and caretaker.
The interior is all original, the dash untouched. Zero rust on or around the floorboards and doors. Yes, a miracle to behold. The seat and vinyl top have been reupholstered at some time in the past and were superbly restored. Everyone thinks its original -- a true test on how well it was done.
The headlights were swapped out in the past for larger but original 1934 truck headlights, don't hold me to the exact year, but it was done for safer evening travel home from a great day at your Rod runs, Car shows, and Club meetings etc.
Yes, I do have a semi-rare Eddie Meyer dual carb intake setup with two really clean Stromberg's 97's riding on top. I might as well say yes again to having rare and harder to find original cast Fenton headers on this bad to the bone '34 too. She runs windowless, yup no glass except for the front window of course. I don't know why, its just how I got it and found it quite nice being a Florida resident.
Pictured, I have both side 1/4 panels that are cleaned up, but without fixed rust spots. These are the only areas on this original Ford that have any rust and I chose to leave them cleaned and still an unmolested relic from our past, as it was. Besides, I personally think it gives her character and I have never received a negative comment from anyone along the way.
Included will be some really cool magazines my 1934 Ford was featured in, and pictured in, too. Also included will be original Henry Ford steel splash guards, and side engine compartment panels. I apologize but I DO NOT have any wheel wells or running boards, besides they would just hang on the garage wall where they belong anyways right?
Any Questions? Feel free to message me at any time. More photos can be taken upon request. You can always schedule a time to come and see her for yourself. In person is always the best. This 1934 coupe will not disappoint!
Also please take note: I have been an eBay member since 1999 and have 100% positive feedbacks. I have happily sold here vehicles, motorcycles, hot rods, and even a boat -- all out of my personal collections over many years. I also plan to do so in the future, continuing with my 100% positive feedback, so please bid and buy with confidence.
This is a very well cared for vehicle and I am finding it really hard to let it go but due to unexpected expenses, unfortunately I must. But with that said my loss is another man's gain, so don't let this one get away from you.
Reasonable offers will be considered.
Here is the stuff you really want to know:
Chassis:Frame manufacturer: Original Henry FordRearend/Ratio: Stock '34 3:54Rear suspension: StockBrakes: 39-48 drumFront suspension: Dropped and drilled '32 axelMaster cylinder: '39Steering column: Stock '34 steering box with '40 standard wheelColumn drop: Moon
Engine:Year and make: '46 59a FlatheadDisplacement: 239Heads: StockHorsepower: 100+Manifold/Induction: Eddie Meyer duel intake, with 2 Stromberg 97's (.43 jets)Ignition: StockHeaders/Mufflers: Cast Fentons/Dual Smithy
Transmission:Year: '39
Body:Body style/material: Genuine Henry Ford steelBody mods: Rusted but cleaned up 1/4 panelsBodywork: NonePaint type: Black primer
Interior:Dashboard: Stock originalGauges: Stock speedo, gas and amp gauges. Aftermarket Stewart Warner Wings water temp and oil pressure gauges.Wiring: EnosSteering wheel: '40 StandardSeats: MohairCarpet: None
Other:Generator: 12v conversionRadiator: Stock with electric fan on switch if needed