Built in 1999 and repainted and fitted with an all-new leather interior less than two years ago, this 1934 Ford 3-window coupe by Street Beast is extensively documented and ready to cruise this summer. Powered by a small block Chevy and dressed in brilliant green and yellow livery, this is the kind of rod that simply never goes out of fashion. The shape is timeless, the paint job will age well, and it delivers enough performance to keep you interested for a long time to come. Speaking of the paint job, it was finished in December of 2009 and remains in beautiful condition, thanks to careful storage and proper maintenance. And while the colors may not be everyone''s cup of tea, the workmanship is first rate, with flat panels and a brilliant shine, along with hand-painted pinstripes in black and red separating the two primary colors. The two-tone combination also emphasizes the ''34 Ford''s classic good looks and chopped top, and does it in a very traditional way. Other cool details include''39 Ford taillights, matching stainless steel grille and hood inserts, and cowl lights that double as turn signals. Overall, the results are pure 1934 Ford with enough custom touches to keep you looking for hours. The tan leather interior is beautifully stitched and crafted, with supple buckets that are all-day comfortable. With a two-tone pattern that mirrors the exterior paint, it neatly splits the two colors at the belt line, and the yellow dash and window moldings tie it all together very neatly. That bright dash is full of simple white-faced gauges, along with a custom center console that houses the A/C controls and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. And that frenched-in shifter is one of the coolest design elements I''ve seen in a hot rod interior in a long time. The trunk has been upholstered to match, and note how the fuel filler fits flush with the trunk sill-nice! Under that slick hood is a 1974 vintage 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 drenched in matching bright yellow paint with a ton of bright chrome details. A Holley carb and Edelbrock intake add some horsepower, while a set of "ram''s horn" manifolds dump into a true dual exhaust system. The engine installation is clean and straightforward, with good access for maintenance, which is even easier thanks to an extensive parts list provided by the builder which tells you what hoses, belts, filters, brake pads, shocks, and other replacement items you''ll need to keep this car in top condition. The transmission is a TH350 out of the same ''74 Chevelle as the engine, and a Mustang II front suspension works in conjunction with a set of air shocks out back. A Ford 8.8 inch rear with 2.73 gears makes for easy cruising. Staggered Weld wheels wearing 205/60/14 front and 255/60/15 rear BFGoodrich radials give it the perfect hot rod rake. This is a well-built, highly detailed rod that couldn''t be duplicated for twice the asking price. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.