With all the ''34 Ford rods running around, it''s refreshing to see this 1934 Chevy cabriolet show up. Adding to its relatively unusual make and model, it has a fantastic turquoise and silver flame paint job that will definitely make it stand out, and it comes with an ultra-cool matching trailer for you members of the Long Haul Gang. The body''s fiberglass and offers the kind of slick look that defines the best rods. The changes from stock are subtle but the entire package makes a big statement. Shaved door handles and hinges, a solid hood, and those neatly integrated side mirrors help enhance the silver flames licking along the front of the car. In back, there are flush-mounted taillights and a hidden license plate frame to keep it smooth. Fit and finish are quite good and the doors feel solid when you pull them closed, another hallmark of quality components. The paint shows a little of what we call "shelf wear" but no major issues and shines up well enough to attract a crowd at the local cruise night. The silver flames fading to magenta are a newer take on a traditional look, and on this sleek, high-tech Chevy they really work. A billet grille insert, crystal clear King Bee headlights, and a minimum of chrome trim means this rod will never look dated. Gray leather buckets from a late-model seem right at home in the vintage Chevy''s passenger compartment. Those long doors also provide plenty of legroom in the sporty Chevy body and are wrapped in custom-made door panels made from matching materials, and gray carpets on the floor tie it all together and help control noise and heat. The color-matched dash offers a beautiful polished insert for the gauges that has an awesome Art-Deco look accented by white-faced VDO instruments. Luxury features are expected in a high-end rod, so this one includes A/C, power windows, and a tilt column topped by a beautiful billet steering wheel. There''s also a great-sounding AM/FM/CD stereo that fills the car with sound even with the lift-off top removed for open-air motoring. The trunk is obviously finished for show, too, with embossed Chevrolet bowtie emblems and a big ''34'' in the center. A sturdy, well-dressed 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 makes this lovely cabrio a fantastic tour partner. Lots of chrome and billet gear makes the engine bay sparkle when you open the tilt hood, and the accessories are mounted high and tight to the engine for good service access. There''s a mild cam inside and a four-barrel up top, so it has the right amount of hot-rod cackle but doesn''t tire you out on long road trips. The tube chassis has been painted to match the body and shows remarkably little wear but lots of evidence of professionals at work. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission uses a body-colored driveshaft to turn the matching Ford 9-inch rear, with a beautifully crafted stainless exhaust system tucked up high and out of the way. Handsome 5-spoke billet wheels tuck into the fat fenders quite neatly and wear staggered blackwall radials for a classic rake. This Chevy all by itself makes people stop and stare, but add in that matching trailer with its own set of flames, and you have a showstopper that doubles as a practical long-distance cruiser. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.