This 1934 Ford 3-window coupe is all about details. At first glance, yes, it''s an awesome and highly desirable body with brilliant red paint, with only 5,582 miles since complete. Then you dig a little deeper and see all the little tricks and upgrades that went into the build, and that''s where you''ll really be impressed. The body is from Street Beast, one of the older companies in the business, and their product is rugged and easy to finish to high standards. It already incorporates a chopped top, so this car has a cool rake to it that matches what rodders have been doing since the ''40s. A set of full fenders accurately replicate the originals, and you may have noticed one of those details I mentioned earlier: the ghost flames on the hood and trailing edges of the front fenders. Speaking of paint, the finish on this one is nicely done, with great gloss and a depth to the paint that makes this car really pop in the sunlight. The license plate has been frenched into the rear roll pan, flanked by a set of flush-mounted LED taillights. Up front, there''s a billet grille along with traditional King Bee headlights. The hood sides have been removed, giving a great view of the powerplant within, although the sides are included with the car. Fitted out in tan leather and fabric, the interior is comfortable and inviting, and brings an OEM level of fit and finish. Reclining buckets make the most of the coupe''s interior space, leaving it comfortable even for guys over six feet tall, and the sculpted contours are good for long road trips. Tan fabric has been used on the door panels and headliner, with cool leather inserts to add interest, as well as embossed ''34'' markings near the B-pillar. Power windows and locks are included, as well as a billet tilt column to help you get comfortable behind the wheel. Traditional-looking VDO gauges have been nestled into a billet panel that mirrors the shape of the Ford original, and the controls for the Vintage Air HVAC system and Blaupunkt stereo system are in the center stack. In a nod to tradition, even the billet glove box lid features an analog clock, a nice touch. Delivering on the car''s looks is a 350 cubic inch Chevy crate motor topped by a Holley carburetor on a high-rise intake. With plenty of dress-up gear, it''s easy to understand why the builder chose to leave the hood sides off, and despite being driven, it remains bright and clean. Wiring and plumbing is thoughtfully done, and long-tube headers dump into a beautifully fabricated exhaust system with Flowmasters. It rides on a Mustang II independent front end with disc brakes, along with a Fox Mustang rear differential out back. The modern drive train is fed by a TH350 3-speed automatic. Staggered Centerline aluminum wheels wear 205/60/15 front and fat 275/60/15 rear radials for a traditional hot rod look. With a full stack of build receipts, you can own and drive this fully-sorted rod with confidence. Call today!