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Re: 1933 - 34 Ford Hot Rod

Message  FXB le Lun 25 Nov - 20:52

heu , chef .... 33/34 dit le titre ... j'ai l'impression que quelques caisses ne sont pas de ces années . Quid ?

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1933 Ford 3 Window

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This 3-window features a stunning look thanks to a unique color combination incorporated throughout the entire build, an extremely dressed up power plant, and a custom interior that is amazing. This custom 3-window 1933 Ford is available today for a fraction of what it would cost to build one like it.

You wouldn't really expect that copper, white, and mint green would work well together on a paint scheme, but on this '33 Ford build it really does. The top of the body has been shot with a light shade of white while the majority of the body is covered in a gorgeous shade of copper. The two paints are separated by a mint green stripe. The combination of the colors flow flawlessly throughout the entire body, undercarriage, and interior.

The body is a fiberglass Downs three window '33 Ford body that was placed on an aftermarket chassis. The legendary look of the '33 Ford is captured brilliantly on this custom build. It all starts with the massive front aluminum grille that is flanked by two massive headlights that rest on the front fenders. The steel hood covers a Chevy small block power plant, while the steel side panels have the vents down the side to help allow the hot air to escape the engine compartment. The steel rims have been shot in the mint green and look fantastic behind the white wall tires. Adding to the look, the doors have been equipped with suicide door hinges with manual locks. Below those doors, steel running boards have been covered in black rubber to protect the expensive paint job from nicks and dings from passengers entering and exiting the vehicle. Down the back of the Ford the white paint extends past the opening of the trunk for a very nice clean look. Everything from the stance, the overall look, the paint, everything is near perfect on this '33 Ford.

Pop the hood on this '33 and you'll find that the previous owners opted to go with a reliable Chevrolet Small Block 350ci V8. The engine is extremely dressed up as it features chrome components including the chrome Milodon stamped valve covers and a chrome alternator. Everywhere you look, the engine compartment is ready for show at your local car show. Below the chrome air filter is an Edelbrock carburetor that feeds the air fuel mixture through an Edelbrock air gap intake manifold. From there the mixture is ignited thanks to an HEI distributor that sends the spark to each cylinder through MSD Street Fire Spark Plug Wires. From there the spent gasses travel to the exhaust system through a set of coated headers. In front of the engine is a Walker radiator equipped with an electric cooling fan that is responsible for cooling the small block.

Put the '33 Ford on a lift and you'll see an underside that is painted in the same copper that is found throughout the rest of the ride. Under the front you'll find a Mustang II sub frame complete with coil over shocks. Bolted to the Chevy small block is a 4-speed automatic transmission that feeds power to a Currie 9" rear axle. Hoisting the rear axle is a 4-link suspension setup with coil-over shocks. Spent gasses travel through the aforementioned coated headers, and travel through dual exhausts that have been equipped with Flowmaster mufflers to create a great sound as it exits the back of the car. 4-wheel disc brakes are responsible for slowing the '33 Ford, and in front of those brakes are 14" and 15" painted steel wheels with polished trim rings with smooth center caps that have been wrapped in Whitewall BF Goodrich Silvertown radial tires.

Swing open the suicide doors that are equipped with manual locks on this '33 Ford and you'll see how the interior continues the white, copper, and green theme. The leather like vinyl bucket seats feature white faux ostrich skin inserts that are flanked with copper edges and contain a touch of the mint green vinyl in the center. Small touches throughout the interior only add to the incredible look of the inside, for instance, the power windows are controlled by using the cranks as the switches. In front of the driver is a polished tilt steering column and aluminum dash trim that houses the Dolphin gauges. The MPH gauge is attached to the steering column while the dash houses the RPM, fuel level, oil pressure, water temperature, and volt meter gauges. Above the two seats is a taught white headliner. What appears to be a four on the floor is actually the controls for the 4-speed automatic transmission. Behind the two seats are the controls for the upgraded sound system.

Custom builds like this can be extremely expensive, with this '33 Ford you can get the incredible results from what was a very thorough build at a fraction of the cost. This 1933 Ford is ready to anchor a collection, or easily pick up awards at the local car show. With a fantastic paint scheme, a legendary look, and a reliable power plant under the hood, this '33 Ford won't last long. Give us a call or stop by our showroom to get a close look at this immaculate creation.


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Message  BlackSheep le Mer 8 Jan - 23:09

Wow, ce bi-ton (enfin tri-ton ? :p avec cette note de vert pâle bien choisi !) est magnifique, le rod avec ! J'adhère juste pas trop aux sièges avec ce morceau de plastique noir à la base, mais rien de grave Smile
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1933 Ford Roadster - Father's Keeper

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"Building hot rods is nothing new to me," Bill Herb will tell you. "I was born into a family of gearheads." One glance at this mostly owner-built '33 roadster is convincing evidence that Bill, while not an old-timer yet, has been in this hobby for a while. Like most hot rodders, he builds each of his cars differently-different body styles, different drivetrains, different themes, you name it. Of all the things that make this '33 different from earlier projects, two are especially significant. One is that the car wasn't sold before it was done. Apparently Bill has a reputation for selling his cars before finishing them. "Someone wants them more than I do and dollars will change hands." His friend, Buzz Bruce, bet him that the same thing would happen with this roadster. It didn't.

Bill's biggest challenge was making the roadster look like an old-time hot rod without building a cookie-cutter car, which brings us to the second notable difference about the '33-the fact that Bill got a lot of help from his now 12-year-old daughter Mikayla. Part of working with a partner is reaching agreements and that's exactly what they did. Bill's original plans were basic. "Flat black paint. Indian blanket seats. Run the wheels off it." Mikayla had a better idea: paint it. They both liked green, but father was thinking British Racing and daughter was thinking M&M. Mikayla got her way on the rumble seat idea, however. "It was fun listening to her wish list," Bill said. "It was like she's been building cars for a long time, and knew what she wanted."

It took six years to collect the new and old parts needed for the roadster. Bill built a jig for the custom frame. He boxed the 'rails, pushed the front crossmember an inch and a half forward (and raised it an inch), C-notched the rear, fabricated the X-member and rear crossmember, and added new suspension mounts where needed. The engine is a crate Chevy 350 with three deuces, backed by a Turbo 350.

The 'glass body is from a company he'd rather not mention and wouldn't elaborate other than to say that "most of the modifications were just to get it usable." It was a lot of work, but he succeeded. The top was owner-built by laying fiberglass over a homebuilt mold, then trimmed and shaped to the right look, and covered with cloth by Terry Watson. "I told Terry I didn't care how he did it as long as the top looked real when he finished."

Through it all, Mikayla pitched in with ideas and labor, such as painting the frame and doing some welding. Sadly, Buzz Bruce passed away at the same time the car was being finished, and never had the pleasure of losing his bet. Not only was the roadster not sold, it's staying in the Herb family, so Bill, his wife Nancy, and Mikayla can have fun. Of course, in a few years, Mikayla will be getting her driver's license. When that day comes, the roadster we're calling "father's keeper" might become "daughter's driver."


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Bill, Nancy & Mikayla Herb
Conneaut, Ohio
1933 Ford Roadster

Owner contact info: collisionctr@suite224.net

Chassis
The framerails were boxed and a custom front crossmember was installed an inch higher to lower the front and 11/2 inches forward to stretch the wheelbase. C-notching the rear improved the posture and a custom-built X-member and rear crossmember strengthen it all. A four-inch dropped I-beam axle was drilled by John Howland. Bill added '40 Ford-style spindles and modified SoCal brakes, plus drilled '40 Ford split wishbone, mono-leaf spring, Monroe shocks on F-100 mounts, and an owner-built Panhard bar. A Vega box controls steering. The 3.25:1-geared 8-inch was narrowed and spins Moser axles. A '35-40 front spring was modified, along with '36 radius rods, an '87 IROC antiroll bar, and Pete & Jake's shocks for rear suspension duties. The Ford rear brakes have Buick drums. The fuel tank is from Bob Drake Reproductions.



Drivetrain
Bill adapted genuine Olds Rocket valve covers for his out-of-the-crate Chevy 350, further dressed with triple Rochester 2V carbs (with helmet-style air cleaners from Honest Charley) on an Edelbrock tri-power manifold. He ground a pair of stock ram horn manifolds and ran custom exhaust pipes to Smithy's mufflers. The TH350 automatic is column shifted.

Body & Paint
The goal was to make the body look as original as possible. As it turned out, it took a lot of hard work to meet that goal, but once Bill got the fiberglass straight and fitting together right, and the handles, hinges, and hardware in place, it looked great. The steel hood was built from original top pieces and stock reproduction sides from Rootlieb. The '33 grille is a die-stamped part from Nottingham Reproductions. Bill mounted original Guide headlights on a custom-made bar, and made the stands for the '37 Ford taillights. It was Mikayla's idea to build a rumble seat. Terry Watson, from Erie, Pennsylvania, added the cloth to Bill's homebuilt fiberglass top. Bob Orr at Qualchrome in Erie handled the chrome work, and Bill painted the body, interior, and engine compartment with PPG Brookland Green. Dillon at Killer Graphics added the understated pinstriping along the beltline.


Wheels & Tires
Cream colored wires and chrome caps from Wheel Vintiques, 16x7 and 15x5 in size, are matched with 8.50-16 and 5.50-15 big 'n' little Firestone bias-ply skinnies. After we shot it Bill started showing the roadster with black steelies and dirt track tires, which changes the whole personality of the car. We like both personalities.

Interior
Even this interior was owner-built. Bill built his own seat frame, mounted on Chevy S-10 tracks ("It had to be adjustable-there are short legs in my family," he explained.) Terry Watson had never done interior work on any cars except his own until Bill told him to make it look clean and somewhat original. Terry covered Bill's seats, door panels, and rumble seat in cinnamon Ultraleather, and it turned out perfect. The carpet is wool square-weave. Bill modified the fiberglass dash, adding an insert from Honest Charley and curved glass gauges from Stewart Warner. Bill's brother, Chuck Herb, helped with the wiring. Juliano's provided the 1939 banjo wheel and '40 Ford steering column with shifter, which was painted black. Bill located an original Tropic-Aire hot water heater and was able to rebuild it and convert it to heat the '33 on chilly mornings
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1934 Ford

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1934 Ford
All Steel
Full Fender
"H and H" Flat Head



What is hotter than a 1934 5 window All Steel Full fender Hot Rod? Not much. The 34 has been done and done right, Stunning. The list of the build is mind boggling! To start with the 34 is powered by a H and H flat head with “3” 97 Stromberg’s and topped off with a set of Offenhauser Heads that are kept cool with a 409 Water Pump and Twin electric fans. That traditional sound comes from Dual Exhaust which is pushed through a 5 speed S10 Gear box and a Ford 9” rear-end. The 34 rests on a Cornhusker Chassis with Rear coil-over suspension and a 4” I beam drop axle with Disc brakes in front with Drum in rear. The front is held together by Pete and Jacks front Hair pins. The Stock body has a killer 4” chop with an Operable crank out front window, Traditional suicide doors, oversized rear window and yeas a Full stereo. The leather interior is by Armando and also has Electric windows and Door safety latches.

NSRA safety inspection has been completed and it passed with flying colors. The chassis and drivetrain have just 1250 Miles. This is as cool as it gets………………………….








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'34 Ford Pick Up

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1934 FORD TRUCK HOT ROD

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1934 FORD TRUCK. THIS TRUCK HAS BEEN IN THE PADUCAH KY AREA MOST ALL ITS LIFE. ORIGINALLY BUILT IN 1949 RAN AN OLDS WITH OLDS DASH AND WAS GREEN IN COLOR. HAVE BEEN TOLD BY MANY OLDER GENTLEMEN THAT THIS WAS THE FIRST STREET ROD IN PADUCAH. CHANGED HANDS MANY TIMES OVER THE YEARS AND ENDED UP WITH A 327 2X4 ENGINE AND 4 SPEED WITH FLAT DASH AND GAUGES AND THE ORIGINAL OLDS REAR. I BOUGHT THE TRUCK IN 2006 FOUND IN BUILDING IN PADUCAH THE WAY IT WAS LEFT. GOT IT RUNNING WITH THE OLD DRIVETRAIN AND TOOK IT TO HOT ROD REUNION IN BOWLING GREEN. AFTER BG BROUGHT BACK AND REDID THE WHOLE TRUCK. IT NOW HAS THE ORGINAL 327 WITH .040 FORDGED PISTONS,EAGLE RODS,BALANCED ASSEMBLY. RUNNING THE OLD ELDELBROCK INTAKE WITH NEW CARBS AND DIST AND A WATERPUMP RISER. HAS OLD HEDDMAN HEDDERS WITH CUTOUTS AND NOS DOUGLASS MUFFLERS. HAS ANSEN SCATTER SHEILD AND ZOOM CLUTCH WITH HYD THROW OUT BEARING. R/B MUNCIE 21 WITH SOME TYPE OF SPECIAL SYNCROS AND HURST SHIFTER. I CHANGED THE REAR TO A 10 BOLT CHEVY II FACTORY POSI WITH NEW 4:10 GEARS. REAR IS MOUNTED ON COMP ENG SPRINGS. FRONT IS MODEL A AXLE WITH 56 FORD TRUCK BRAKES. ALL NEW BRAKE COMPONENTS(LINES,SHOES,HARDWARE,AND BEARINGS) 39 FORD SPINDLES. REAL HALIBRAND WHEELS WITH FIRESTONE TIRES. FIRE WALL IS MAGNESIUM AND ALL INTERIOR IS ALUMINUM.COUPLE OF GAUGES DO NOT WORK. THE TACK DOESN'T WORK IT HAS CABLE DRIVE. I HAD ANOTHER ENGINE WITH HILBORN INJECTION AND A TACH DRIVE MAG THAT I RAN BEFORE SO TACK WILL NOT WORK. ALSO THIS TRUCK HAS ELECTRIC PUMP STILL LEFT FROM THE HILBORN INJECTION AND THE GOOD FILTER WITH 5/8 FUEL LINE. THE TOP OF CAB IS SCRATCHED AND VERY SMALL DENT IN TOP FROM GARAGE DOOR SITUATION AS SEEN IN PICTURES. NEW RADIATOR AND I DO HAVE THE HOOD TOP NEVER INSTALLED AND ALREADY PAINTED. HOT ROD BLACK IS THE COLOR CAN'T REMEMBER BRAND.









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1934 Ford HOTROD pickup truck **60's show car**

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I build hotrods and motorcycles for a living, and I built this one for myself, and took every step to ensure that each aspect of it was well designed and built properly in order to give it, what I believe, is a great 60’s show-car look. I couldn’t possibly add up how many hours I have put into creating this truck, but I can tell you that it’s A LOT! You would be hard pressed to find a more extensively built early hotrod pickup. Nearly every piece was hand built from scratch.

I finished building this truck about a year and a half ago, and for the past year it has been my only car, so when I refer to it as a “daily driver”, I mean it as in “I drive it every day because I don’t have the option of another car” – this truck runs and drives GREAT and has a soft ride. You can go 80mph down the freeway with one finger on the wheel. It is very reliable.
This truck has a clear title and is registered as a 1934 Ford truck.

Every part on this car is either chromed, powder-coated, or professionally painted. Everything else that was old has been completely rebuilt, using new high-quality racing parts. Nothing on this car needs work or attention. GET IN AND GO!

This truck has been in magazines and has won awards. It is currently on the cover, and is featured in, Gasoline Magazine. I am posting two Youtube videos of the truck. The first one was from a while ago and you’ll notice the tall spoked rear wheels and different exhaust headers. That video is just to show how much fun this truck is. It also solidifies the fact that this thing is pretty bullet-proof and is meant to be driven. The second video is how the car looks now, with slicks and elliptical headers – all washed and waxed and pretty.



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Details and specifications:



First, the two things on this truck that you’ll never see on any other hotrod are the front axle, and the frame. 
For the axle, I started with two stock 1936 Ford front axles and, using a jig, hand built it to wrap around the grill. It is boxed in the rear, and under the boxing, it is reinforced again with another layer of 3/8” plate steel. It looks good, serves as a bumper (that I’ll hopefully never use), allows for me to run my car at its current height, and it also keeps the proper wheelbase and proportions without having my front end way out in space. 
And for the frame, I hand built it from 0.125” wall steel. The holes punched in it are both round and elliptical as seen in the photos. The frame not only swoops and curves up, but also inward - if you look closely.

Body: 
When I came up with the idea for building this car, I searched for months for a body worthy of starting with. I finally found a matching cab, bed, and grill that were all original and un-cut 1934 Henry Ford steel. I chopped the roof of the cab six inches. I also welded in 1936 Ford lower cowl panels so that, what is normally a “boxy” cab, would have curves to match the frame. I also built a fully integral roll-cage in the cab for safety. The bed was shortened 12 inches. The inside of the bed is epoxy painted gloss black, and the wood is all solid oak planks stained with a marine grade polyurethane. 
When I disassembled my truck for paint, the grill, cab, and bed were all media blasted down to bare steel. I then took it to my friend Miguel Torres, from the Lifters Car Club in San Diego, to do all of the bodywork and paint. He and his team of skilled metal workers worked for over two months with a torch and a hammer and dolly to get all of the sheet metal completely straight before even beginning to do the bodywork and prepping for paint. After priming and blocking everything, the truck was painted with Dupont – out of state paint – not the low-grade, water based California EPA paint. It is a metallic Merlot that looks better in person than in the photos.


Chassis: 
I already mentioned the frame, which is totally chromed, and also the integral roll-cage in the cab. Also already mentioned is the front axle. On the custom front axle is a set of 1940 Ford juice brakes . This truck has lever shocks front and back. The rear-end is a Dana 40 that was fully rebuilt with custom axles from Dutchman Axle Co. The rear suspension has beefy tube trailing arms mounted on 1 1/2” heims with a 1940 Ford front spring for the suspension.

Engine and transmission: 
The motor is a 401 cubic inch Nailhead from a 1964 Buick Electra. I have receipts for my motor which was  COMPLETELY rebuilt. It was bored out 0.060” over with a larger cam and upgraded rockers. It also now has an Offenhauser dual-quad intake and custom built headers. When this motor was stock it was rated at 325 horsepower with 445 foot pounds of torque. I haven’t Dyno-tested my truck with the new motor, but I can guarantee that it has more power than any vehicle this light should have. It also has a new high-torque starter to help with all that compression. The transmission is a Muncie 4-speed with a Hurst shifter out of a 1969 Camaro.


Interior:
The interior is white tuck and roll with piping that matches the color of the car. The transmission cover and other floor panels have been powder-coated black. The steering wheel is from a 1960’s race boat.

 

Wheels and tires:
When I first built this car, I used 21” Model A wheels front and back. In the video I posted with the burnout, you can see them. I reinforced the rear wheels with 3/8 steel spokes so that they wouldn’t fold on me. I recently changed the rears to a set of 15” spoked Cragar’s with brand new (I mounted them yesterday) Radir cheater slicks. I changed to the slicks to help with my traction issues (even though burnouts are more fun), and also to help with the “period correctness” of being a 1960’s show-car. The front tires are semi-new from Lester Tire Co. The wheels are all powder-coated.

Other Miscellaneous:
The gas tank is custom built and holds about 22 gallons, so you can take a long trip without needing a refill. The headers are not the typical cone style headers you see on most hotrods. Look closely, you’ll see that the cones are elliptical. I hand built them and also some baffles to go inside. This truck has a nice rumble but is quiet enough as to not be annoying. The baffles can easily be removed if you want to make your neighbors angry though!

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1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe

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This is a chop top '34 Ford Coupe (3 window). Built on a TCI chassis with an Outlaw body. The hood and louvered side panels are steel.


Specs:

Chassis: TCI Chassis, Mustang II independent front coil suspension. Rack and pinion steering, disc brakes, new tires. Rear axle is a Ford 8" with drum brakes, leaf springs, and new tires. Aluminum billet 5-spoke wheels that are well suited for the car and tire sizes give it a nice balanced stance with a slight rake. Wheel center caps are a 'knock off' style. Dual chrome tipped exhausts. 12 gallon fuel tank.



Engine: Chevy V8 with Holly carburetor. It's a 283 2-bolt block, 202 heads, nice aluminum valve covers and alternator. Aftermarket flex fan, chrome air cleaner and distributor cap. Dipstick is aftermarket with braided stainless housing and billet handle. Radiator overflow tank is chrome vertical column. Billet aluminum pulleys. Headers.



Transmission: Turbo 350 automatic. Shifts are firm and has appropriate torque converter (good street manners). Transmission cooler mounted under car in chassis. Shifter is a nice floor mount shifter with billet handle.



Interior: The interior was just redone and only has a couple of hundred miles on it. It was completely redone with leather seats, matching vinyl headliner, door panels, trim, etc. The carpet is a square weave Mercedes spec. All components new (pedals, shifter, brake handle, column cover). There is a battery shutoff switch under the passenger seat (great for longer storage periods or extra security). The seats fold forward or tilt back and slide on tracks. There is an access panel from behind the seats to the trunk. The space behind the seats is fairly large (no passenger capability there). The gauge cluster has a custom machined billet housing as does the stereo. VDO gauges (except tachometer that is a SunPro model separately mounted). The Odometer has a separate trip odometer with reset. Small LED indicators are on billet gauge cluster for turn signals. Electric windows are controlled by concealed switches under dash. Steering column is a Chevy tilt wheel style with a nice aluminum and wood aftermarket steering wheel. Glove box is an aluminum box behind a fiberglass door. Switch to open/close trunk is located inside behind driver and trunk and has electrical ram operation. Wiper and lights have under dash concealed billet controls



Trunk: The trunk is opened/closed via electrical switch behind driver seat. The trunk has same carpet as interior and houses the battery in a plastic container covered with a custom cover. Pass thru panel allows access to area behind seats from trunk.

Body: Car comes with an extra hood (fiberglass) that does not have the hinged side panel. This allows car to be run showing the full engine. This alternate hood is scratched and would need a little touch-up to be run, but is included with car
Bumpers are chrome
Headlights have integrated turn signal amber bulbs in housing
Taillights are 'teardrop' style
Billet aluminum fuel filler cap
Hood ornament is classic chrome greyhound
Prior owner applied several decals to car as follows:
Along belt-line of body there is a pinstripe decal of barbed wire
There are decals on glove box door and under hood and trunk lid.
Decals may prove difficult to remove without damaging paint.
Front fenders show scuffing where louvered hood side panels have slid along fender
Various other nicks and imperfections as seen in pictures.


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1934 Chopped and Channeled Hot Rod Pickup. 305 Small Block Chevy with 2x2 Holley Carbs and TH350 transmission. Color is black with red leather interior along with custom aluminum interior side walls. Custom '32 Grill, aluminum radiator, salt flat style headers, front disc brakes, drilled axel, rear end is drum brakes coil over, aluminum gas tank, wood truck bed, 1935 ford headlights, Lokar shifter, Suicide Doors, new wide white walls wheels and tires










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