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Hello :

I would like to sell my 1934 Ford roadster.

It is green, with a beige top and chrome wire wheels.

It has a 3.8 90 degree Chev V6 with a GMC 6-51 supercharger and holley carb.--gets 18mpg around town, 27 mpg on the highway.

It has passed the emissions test.

I'm new to this, and I forgot a few things :

price--$35,000 Cdn, 28,000 US

The body is glass, steel running boards and hood sides. It is one of Stan Tolton's purchased as 22 pieces of fiberglas and built on the roadster frame. Reinforced

in many places.

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-- Edited by 1934 FordLover on Sunday 11th of July 2021 09:46:20 AM

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COBBLE HILL, BC

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Let us guess how much you want for it.

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NIAGARA REGION, ONT

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Good luck Gary. Someone's going to be lucky to get it.


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Gary
We talked a few years back about the 51 series supercharger. You might remember I have one on my 5L rover/buick in my hot rod. You have built an amazing roadster and it lives up to everything you told me. I'm sorry, but I must make one interjection. That is a 4-51 blower on your V6 identified by the four segments in the body. My 6-51 has 6 segments.

Warren

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Hello :

I think you are correct--mine isn't a 6-51, but a 4-51. I think we established it a while ago. The guy selling it knew nothing about it.

If you think my roadster is ok, you should see my 1934 Ford cabriolet--which basically has all the features of a late model car--power

windows, power seats, with heaters, digital gauges, a/c, heater, defrost, delay wipers, 350 ramjet engine, 4 speed auto trans, narrowed

8 1/2 s-10 axle with Detroit locker, two electrical panels with (19) 12 volt relays, chrome wire wheels, turn signals in the headlights,

tail lights with led's, coil-overs at all (4) corners, etc.

We are building up an 'old car fleet'-- I've got two cars, the guy down the street has a 32 Ford coupe, and the guy around the corner  has

a 1932 Ford truck--all set up as street rods.

Gary Morris

I forgot to mention --the frame is a space tube frame, 8 in thick  at the middle ( not 6 in-like the stock frame )--spent 1 1/2 years building

the frame ( both vehicles have been TIG welded ). Part of the reason it took 10 years to build the car, is because on a beautiful summer day

I would take the roadster out, instead of working on the new car. plus, when something doesn't seem right it takes a while to come up with

the right fix.



-- Edited by 1934 FordLover on Sunday 11th of July 2021 09:38:17 AM

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