Featured on AutoHunter, the net public sale platform pushed by ClassicCars.com, is that this rotisserie-restored 1934 Ford Roadster, which the vendor has owned for 15 years. Energy is supplied by a 221ci Ford flathead V8 backed by a 3-speed handbook transmission. Options embody an unique Ford radio, a hydrostatic gas sending unit and gauge, vacuum wiper and rear-mounted spare tire, amongst different choices. Completed in black with a tan vinyl inside and convertible prime, this 1934 Ford Roadster comes from the vendor with a transparent Connecticut title within the vendor’s title.
This automobile went via a rotisserie restoration between 2008-11 utilizing unique and/or period-correct components and supplies. The physique was refinished in black with pink pinstripes by Black Horse Automotive Providers in Connecticut. Options embody amber driving lights, four-piece hood, folding tan convertible prime with a glass rear window, rumble seat and a rear-mounted spare tire cowl. Chrome options embody bumpers, twin horns, grille, headlight housings, tilt-out windshield, cowl lamp housings and twin taillights.
A set of pink wire wheels with chrome heart caps is wrapped in whitewall bias-ply tires.
The entrance bench seat and rumble seat had been upholstered in tan vinyl throughout the restoration.
A 90-mph speedometer is flanked by gas and amperage gauges and supplemented within the heart of the dashboard by a kilocycle gauge. The odometer presently reads 33,722 miles, with 5K miles added throughout present possession, however the true mileage of this automobile is unknown.
Energy is supplied by a 221ci Ford flathead V8 backed by a 3-speed handbook transmission. Underhood options embody a body-colored firewall, unique consumption with a single-barrel carburetor, cast-iron exhaust manifolds, oil tub air filter and 6V generator. The vendor notes that the water pumps had been changed this yr.
The vendor states that the body was sandblasted and painted in 2009.
This 1934 Ford Roadster’s public sale ends on Monday, September 26, 2022, at 12:20 p.m. (PDT). Go to the AutoHunter itemizing for extra info and photograph gallery.