1934 Ford Cabriolet

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1934 Ford Cabriolet Convertible By Owner
 
 
     
1934 Ford Cabriolet By Owner
 
1934 Ford Cabriolet By Owner
     
1934 Ford Cabriolet By Owner
 
1934 Ford Cabriolet By Owner
     
 
 
Vehicle Description
 
1934 Ford Cabriolet
For Sale By Owner
Offered For $25,000.00
 
1934 Ford Cabriolet "Replicar from Streetbeasts". This Street Rod is a great Father and Son project. It is not finished and still needs a fair amount of assembly. I have installed a pre-1985 cid engine built by Jon Barrett as well as a 700R4 transmission. Both engine and transmission were painted at the same time to avoid mismatched colors. Engine and transmission have the chrome package. I have installed a set of chrome Patriot headers, but no pipes or mufflers --- these are needed. The rear end is set up with 355 gears for some highway travel. The Rod is a rolling chassis with a set of Cragar rims and Black wall tires. Some of the items I have already purchased for the street rod are chrome brake booster and master, stainless steel brake lines, chrome PRC radiator and side tank, wiring harness, headlights and tail lights, aluminum fuel tank, fuel line, and fuel pump (mechanical), seats and covers, interior carpeting, steering column, door locks and latches, window cranks and windows. Some of the items you will need to purchase are a drive shaft, gauges, gas pedal and linkage, emergency brake lever, and mufflers, and a few miscellaneous items. This is a great project if you are mechanically inclined and even if you're not. The manual is a great help as well as Streetbeasts tech line.
ITEMIZED LIST OF WHAT I HAVE AND ITS COSTS:
     
Replicar body and frame assembly
$14,495.00
  After 4K discount
Convertible top
$ 938.00
  After 25% discount
Chrome Radiator Grille
$600.00
   
Crating Charge
$425.00
   
Mustang II Front Suspension 9" brakes
$1,500.00
   
8.8 drum rear suspension w/3.55 gears
$1,500.00
   
Install labor for both front/rear suspension
$250.00
  After $250.00 discount
Shipping freight for crate
$1,345.00
   
PRC radiator
$436.00
   
Cooling fan (Elect)
$142.00
   
Custom cooling fan shroud
$107.00
   
Internal trans cooler
$57.00
   
Single fan wiring harness
$50.00
   
Billet radiator cap
$22.00
   
13" Polished Recovery Tank
$95.00
   
Polishing of Radiator
$125.00
   
Complete Brake line kit
$749.00
   
Polished Stainless Vacuum power booster
$131.00
   
Triple Chrome plated dual chamber master cylinder      
Engine (350 cid) and Transmission (700R4) painted and shipped w/torque converter to handle up to 350 HP, and the dress up kit
$5,698.00
   
Patriot Headers
$300.00
   
Cragar rims and 4-tires installed w/chrome valves
$1,350.00
   
POR 15 used to coat the frame
$110.00
   
       
TOTAL:
$29,970.00
   
       
NOTE: The engine was purchased in October, 2005 and was under 3/36 warranty until October, 2008; it has been run by Jon Barrett before shipping.
THE REPLICAR KIT FROM STREETBEASTS COMES WITH THE FOLLOWING:
Factory build manual and tech line assistance, VIN, Tag, Title;
Real Glass for front windshield, rear convertible window, and 2-doors;
2-doors and all the working parts in the doors such as locks, window crank (manual), latches, hinges, weather strips, window runs, door panels, and door handles for opening door.
Floor, dash board, 2-front fenders, hood, hood latch and hood release assembly, radiator grill both factory and chrome, chrome bumpers (front and rear), tail lights, parking lights (front), license plate light, headlight assemblies, fuel tank (aluminum), trunk lid and all the necessary hardware to install it. 14-circuit wiring harness kit (Kwik wire), interior carpeting, seat covers, trunk carpeting, door panel covers, convertible frame and top (Tan). An assortment of metal fasteners, brackets, hinges, hinge pins, bolts, plates, mounts, latches, and braces for things such as the hanging of doors, drive shaft shield, hood latch assy, trans mounting bracket, and a bunch more. Weather stripping for the door seals, windshield, and the trunk lid. Fuel filler neck and a chrome fuel fill.
Fiberglass parts consist of the main body, 2-front doors, trunk lid, 2-front fenders, hood, front grille, floor assembly, dash assembly (2-piece), rear inside compartment cover, and inside fender wells or covers.
I am probably forgetting some things, please ask if you don't see it listed.
WHAT I HAVE DONE TO THE STREET ROD SO FAR:
Removed all the suspension parts to paint the frame with POR15 and reassembled suspension. Installed brake system such as lines and mounts to hold lines to frame. Brake master and booster are in boxed still. Installed engine mounts and transmission mount and installed engine and transmission. Installed tires and rims, mounted radiator, and began installing body as well as rear bumper brackets. I have been working on the doors and the internal parts of the doors.
 
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