Year Make Model: 1934 Dodge Coupe
Engine: 392 CID V8
Transmission: TH400 3-Speed Automatic
Mileage: 3422 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Coupe
Exterior Color: Orange/Silver
Interior Color: Gray
That thing got a Hemi? You better beleive it! All 392 cubic inches of it! For sale in our Milwaukee Showroom is a stunning, all-steel 1934 Dodge Coupe. From a different era, this Dodge’s birth year was one that historians dream about; our country was slowly pulling itself out the Great Depression thanks to the leadership of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Babe Ruth his 700th homerun, and John Dillinger is named the country’s first “Public Enemy No. 1”.
Dillinger was eventually apprehended, but if he had this Dodge as his escape vehicle, the law would have been no match, but the paint job would have stood out for the era. Equipped with a 1957 392 CID V8 HEMI, producing approximately 460 horsepower and a Turbo 400 high-performance transmission, this amazing street rod is one quick beast! Perfect for any cruise night or show or getaway (not recommended, if Dillinger was any indication), this is the street rod you’ve been dreaming of.
The build quality on this restoration is homage to American manufacturing of the 1930s. All of the best possible parts were used throughout: Arias pistons, Molly rings, Weiand manifold, MSG Ignition, and much more. It would make the factory workers awe, just as they did watching Babe Ruth knock ‘em out of the park all summer. There really is too much to list on this Dodge, but some highlights include: Narrowed 9” -335 posi traction gears with Dutchman axels, Master power brakes, QAI shocks, independent front suspension built by C.L. Enterprise, a plethora of power options, and a comfortable leather interior with modern amenities to make it a comfortable vehicle by any standards.
This vehicle is located in our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this 1934 Dodge Coupe in greater detail, including HD pictures and HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have any questions please call (262)-891-4253 or email Milwaukee@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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