There''s a reason 1934 Ford 3-window coupes are expensive: they''re gorgeous and they''re rare. Finding one that you can build yourself means doing it in fiberglass, or you can purchase this already built steel car with a great classic look and start having fun immediately. Doesn''t seem like a very tough decision, does it? This 1934 Ford coupe definitely has The Look. At a glance, you can instantly spot a steel car, and it has a crispness and level of detail that''s tough to get in any fiberglass reproduction. A slightly chopped top gives it the ultimate hot rod look without seeming too radical and it''s easy to spot the expert workmanship. The fenders are fiberglass and fit well and don''t detract from the graceful curve of the running board along the lower edges of the bodywork and suicide-style doors are always cool. The bright Porsche Guards Red paint is nicely done and they made the right decision when they left off the graphics and other distractions; you simply can''t make a ''34 Ford coupe look better than this. It retains all its wonderful original details, including the pointed grille, twin horns, and cowl lights, which really help with the look. A few custom details like the radio antenna on the rear deck, the frenched license plate out back, and a deleted spare tire carrier remind you that this is a rod, and it has a fantastic finished look that will draw appreciative glances from everyone who sees it. The tasteful tan cloth interior makes the cozy coupe feel spacious, not claustrophobic like some chopped 3-windows we''ve seen. A wide bench that makes the most of the floor space is a big part of it, and even six-footers can get comfortable behind the wheel. A tilt column helps, and it''s fitted with a leather-wrapped billet banjo wheel with a V8 emblem that make it look like it was born there. Attractive cream-colored gauges from Auto Meter give it a vintage look and the billet instrument panel ties together nicely with the wheel and Vintage Air HVAC controls. This car also includes such niceties as power windows, and AM/FM stereo with CD changer, and even a clock in the glove box lid, as original. Since this car is built for cruising and ideally suited to road trips, there''s also a nicely finished trunk upholstered to match the interior. A 1970 Corvette donated the 350 cubic inch V8 that lives under the Ford''s pointed nose and once you get over your Chevy-in-a-Ford fixation, you''ll realize it''s an awesome choice. Reliable, powerful, and easy to service, this rod is built to drive. You also won''t be ashamed to open that louvered hood, because there are polished and painted finned valve covers, neat, clean wiring, and lots of chrome pieces to make it stand out. Little things suggest the builder went the extra mile, like allen bolts that were used throughout just to make it look cool. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission feeds a Nova 10-bolt rear, and while everything was once painted and highly detailed, you can see that this is one well-sorted rod today. A Pete and Jake''s front suspension works with a 4-link and coil-overs out back, and there''s a disc brake at all four corners. Gorgeous Wheel Vintiques chrome wires keep the 1930s look and allow it to wear modern 185/70/15 front and 235/70/15 rear Michelin radials. A turn-key rod that will still make jaws drop, this ''34 Ford is the answer to the age-old question: steel or fiberglass? The choice is easy. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.