1934 FORD CUSTOM ROADSTER
This all-steel 1934 Ford custom roadster made its debut in 2011 and was awarded the title of “America’s Most Beautiful Roadster.” Professionally built by Squeeg’s Kustoms of Chandler, AZ, an original steel 1934 Ford body and chassis were massaged and worked into its current form. It features a custom-crafted wedge channel and steel inner structure as well as custom cowl lines, hood sides and top. A Dan Fink grille insert was added along with hood hinges and functional side scoops. A Boyd Coddington-fabricated hidden headlight stand and windshield frame enhance the sleek lines. Finishing off the look is a set of custom handmade taillights by Squeeg’s. The exterior is draped in PPG Concept DCC Black paint. Underneath, the car features a boxed frame with Kugel independent suspension components, as well as Aldan coilovers and Wilwood brakes. It utilizes a 4:11 limited-slip rear end and rides on Real Rodders wheels. Under the hood sits a Dart Aluminum 427ci Ford Windsor 8-cylinder engine capped off with a Hilborn fuel injection setup. The engine was professionally assembled and utilizes JE pistons with SCAT rods and crank. A set of custom headers and a stainless-steel exhaust were added, along with a Ford 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission to cap off the powertrain. The interior upholstery was professionally done and features a custom stitched leather seat with matching door panels and a wrapped Nardi Torino steering wheel. The dash utilizes a custom aluminum insert made by Squeeg’s equipped with AutoMeter gauges.