Slow roll the car show in this low-key '34 Ford hot rod.
Driving a hot rod is easily one of the most visceral driving experiences to enjoy. These small cars pack big engines and even bigger personalities, and that's definitely the case with this custom 1934 Ford Tudor. While T-buckets and coupes get most of the attention, it's hard to overlook the flair of a chopped Tudor with its low roofline and long, wide fenders.
If this type of hot rod strikes your fancy, then be sure to check out this '34 Ford that is up for auction online through All Collector Cars Auctions.
Even without flashy flames or bright paint, this '34 Ford has a commanding presence from across the parking lot with its "mild" chop, black paint job, chrome mag wheels and the dark red flames and pin stripes. These wheels measure 17 inches up front and 18 inches out back, while the wide running boards and suicide doors make for a unique entry to the custom interior.
The interior has the reverse color combination as the exterior with a mostly maroon cabin contrasted by the black dash and steering column. Billet inserts also bring some extra character to the interior, but for the most part, this car's builder resisted the urge to go overly custom, which will help this car appeal to a broader number of buyers.
Behind the louvered hood panels sits a traditional hot rod powertrain consisting of a Chevrolet 350 CID V8, and this engine is mated to GM's three-speed Turbo 350 automatic transmission and a Lokar shifter. The front end has been swapped from a Mustang II allowing for conveniences such as rack and pinion power steering and front disc brakes.
This '34 Ford Hot Rod is featured by All Collector Cars Auctions, and it will be available via the online-only auction until October 29. If you want a shot at owning this awesome hot rod, then be sure you're registered to bid by clicking HERE.