Total Cost Involved Engineering Inc., made the cars frame
Mint Green exterior with teal wheels and wide whitewall tires
350 CID smallblock Chevy engine with a Holley fourbarrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake manifold, Walker radiator and Taylor spark plug wires
Threespeed automatic transmission
Front disc brakes
Currie Enterprises hot rod rear axle
Documentation includes photos of the car, probably in the 1960s and one of the owner in the late 1950's, in an auto body shop. There is also certificate of manufacture from Total Cost Involved Engineering for the frame
Purchased from Richard Rawlings on the 2017 Season Finale of Fast N' Loud
This is a true classic old school hotrod that actual photo documentation of being a true period hotrod in the 1950's MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present this 1934 Ford Phaeton. While it may appear highly original on the outside, whats underneath is as good as gold.
We believe that in or around 1957, a young man named Del Morgan, while he was a senior at Olympia High School in Olympia, Washington, bought this car as a street rod or made it into one. Documentation includes a photo of young Del with the car, his senior photo as well as photos of the car later, probably in the 1960s, being worked on in an auto body shop. There is also certificate of manufacture from Total Cost Involved Engineering for the frame.
This 34 Ford Phaeton is finished in Mint Green and white exterior is in patinacondition and gives the car an authentic appearance. The cars lights look good, including its Ford Twolite headlights, and it rides on Coker Classic wide whitewalls wrapped around 15inch tealcolored wheels. The car has a new frame from Total Cost Involved Engineering Inc., out of Ontario, California while Currie Enterprises in Corona, California made the cars present hot rod rear axle. The car has an aftermarket firewall as well as aftermarket foldout hood supports and front disc brakes to stop the powerful V8 power plant
The cars bodywork is in overall good condition but it has no roof, but convertible bows are included and the phaeton roadster model had no trunk. There is also a tonneau cover to fit over the rear seat, leaving just enough room for you and your favorite passenger. The engine bay is very tidy and the bumpers look good.
Under the hood is a Chevy 350 CID small block V8 engine fitted with a Holley fourbarrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake manifold, a Walker radiator and Taylor spark plug wires. Backing the engine is a threespeed automatic transmission. Driver convenience features include power front disc and rear drum brakes.
Inside, the gray and white interior is finished in hotrod style The front seat is blanketed; there is no rear seat or carpet. The instrument panel, with its billet trim and a fivegauge set from Classic Instruments, is in good shape, as is the Ford twospoke steering wheel. The inner door panels are in fair condition while the mirror glass and shift lever look good. There is no radio in this vehicle.
This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 22,093 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE
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This 1934 Ford Roadster was listed for sale on 11-23-17 08:36:58. The vehicle color is Mint Green and white and VIN is
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Exterior: Mint Green and white
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