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Here is a very good running and driving 1934 Ford Coupe Convertible with a Rumble Seat. This car is all Ford. This car has a Fiberglass body with a metal hood and side panels. It is powered by a 302 engine that runs great. It has an Aluminum Radiator to keep car running cool. It has new dual exhaust that sound great. The transmission is a C-4 and shifts out like it should. The frontend is a Mustang II with Rack & Pinion steering and the rear is also a Ford rear. It has power disc brakes on the front. The bumpers both front and back are new. The chrome around the windshield needs to be replaced. The glass is good. The paint is showing it's age and is cracking. It could use a paint job to make it nice. It has tan cloth seats that are in good condition. The door panels and carpet are also good. The convertible top has a few blemishes but overall is decent shape. It has a Lokar type shifter in the floor. The gauges all work as does the wipers and horn. The dash looks very good. The heater works. There is no A/C. The drivers side door glass needs adjusting. The convertible top is manual. All the lights work including the dash lights. The undercarriage looks good with no rust issues. This car could be a very nice and high dollar car with a little TLC. It is a 1934 Ford Coupe Convertible with Rumble seat. These are hard to find. I have the dog that goes on the front of hood that goes with the car but it has been broken but could be repaired. I do not know the miles on engine or transmission. I am putting down what is on the Odometer. Look good at the 70 plus pictures that I took
Stock #2200
ModelCoupe Convertible
TransmissionC-4 Automatic
Exterior ColorMaroon
Interior ColorTan
Body StyleCoupe
New/Used Used
Price $26,500.00 $24,000.00
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