With the majority of street rods out there never making it to the road, the scene has gotten a bit thin. However, every once in a while though, the open road is graced with a breath of fresh air, the blurred vision of fresh clear coat, and the rumble of a custom V8 engine and anyone lucky enough to be around is left with an experience that’ll last a lifetime - as rings true with this 1934 Chevy Outlaw Street Rod.
A set of 17/18” staggered Michelin Radial wrapped polished Billet Specialties wheels grip the black top, perfect custom flamed Black Cherry paint adorns an Outlaw fiberglass body, and the .010” over bored 350 cubic-inch Chevy V8 rumbles by like a dream from the past. What more could you want from a street rod? How about a bit of modern handling and modern comfort? This awesome 1934 Street Rod delivers all the old school performance and styling that drew us all in and so much more.
Baer four wheel disc power brakes, power steering, and modern front suspension with rear coil over springs ensures tight cornering and quick stops. Just like the suspension and braking systems, the interior has been modernized as well and the car comes complete with a remote entry key fob, power locks, and power windows. The Vintage Air system provides plenty of driver and passenger comfort along with the plush tan upholstery and a modern stereo system with CD player provides the soundtrack.
This 1934 Chevrolet Tudor Sedan was not only built to be seen but driven as well and missing the opportunity of owning a Street Rod that is sure to bring the crowds back without the massive investment of time and funds it would take to build one, would be a shame - all it needs is a new owner!
Custom Classics Auto Body and Restoration has this nearly $140,000 street rod with its well documented build log listed for sale for $69,495, so the next owner is getting a lot of car without breaking bank.
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