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  1. I have two left from this litter, solid bronze and triple chrome plated, look amazing on your stocker hot rod or even Street Rod. Fit perfectly. Full featured, freestanding tail, a must for your 1933 Ford. Price includes insured shipping, $895 call with questions or texts 831–238–8235. Mounting kits available, $20 note ‘33 greyhounds don’t fit on ‘34 Fords, I will have another litter of’ 34 Greyhounds in about 4 months. Photo of dog on the car is a 34.
  2. SALE PENDING, AGAIN, WITH A PERSON IN THE CUE AS WELL. THANKS EVERYONE
  3. Apparently the deal fell through, so my friend’s T is back on the market... 831-238-8235
  4. Thank you for the comments, note I forgot to list Not interested in Trades,
  5. I will spare you the history of the Ford motor company, and all the details of the development of the ‘34 Ford and cut right to the chase of this really great stock 1934 Ford Deluxe Five Window Coupe that I am selling. It looks fantastic in person, starts right up and drives great. It wants to run, easily goes 55 on open highways with more pedal to spare. It is a very early production car, January of 1934, so it has the interior door handles in the front corner and rope pull, which is carried over from 1933 production year, and only through March of ‘34. And it’s a trunk car, which you don’t see that often anymore. Here is the link to many photos, please let me know if it does not work: https://photos.app.goo.gl/AKhwMWMyPFATQamA7 Exterior · Shiny, smooth correct Cordova Grey (tan) paint in new flawless condition with proper triple red pin striping, excellent original factory sheet metal · All glass is excellent, with two original pieces: back window is December of ’33, rear driver window is January of ‘34 · Proper spare tire and cover with original working Hurd key · Original grille, headlights, cowl lights, handles, roof tack strip, and horns, although I am sure they are still 6 Volt because they are pretty loud · Proper 17” rims with beauty rings · Excellent floors, doors, hood, trunk all fit properly Mechanics · Reliable, highly detailed, super running ‘36 flathead is smooth and strong, the car starts instantly and really moves along with highway gears in the rear end · Transmission is solid, doesn’t pop out of gear, it’s a later model year, possibly a ‘39 · Stock Mechanical brakes work great, 12 volt electrical system with an alternator and modern coil, and modern tube shocks all around · All the lights and electrical work, horns, speedo, amp meter, yes the vacuum wiper works. · Modern oil pressure gauge hidden underneath the dash · I recently filled the steering box with John Deere corn head grease for smoother operation · The bean can on the firewall is where there was a heater, the heater vent is still in place on the inside Interior · Correct Bedford cord is very clean and comfortable · Beautiful, correct wood graining, original cigar lighter, steering wheel is in great shape · Original Hurd ignition key, works the passenger side door lock as well · Rare single hinge visors * crank out windshield, roll down back window Other Items · License plate in the photos not included. Included is the original rear window shade, and set of the four bumper guards · The coupe is titled, registered and insured in my name · Sold as is, buyer is responsible for transport of the car · Call to talk about the car, 831-238-8235, $49,500 email: fullscalemodels@yahoo.com
  6. Post your info on the Corvetteforum.com
  7. Thank you Alsancle. Just information I was looking for. I am all set now. Thanks again,
  8. Cars are in Texas, but doesn’t matter where they are, we need a company with a nationwide reputation. Thank you.
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