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1934 Ford Open Cab Roadster Pickup
Item #: 22716

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1934 Ford Open Cab Roadster Pickup

Original, very nice rare limited production old school hot rod built from an original Southern California truck.
All steel original sheet metal body, fenders, hood, grille/grille shell, running boards, and pickup bed.
V-8 grille emblem included, but not mounted.
112” Wheelbase 1934 model 46 commercial V-8 frame/chassis with tube shocks.

Engine: 289 cubic inch/271 horsepower high performance small block Ford swapped out with hydraulic cam shaft and lifters.
Engine is mated to an original stock 3-speed manual transmission and rear axle with a 4:10 gear ratio.
Mid 1940’s Mercury hydraulic front/rear drum brakes.
B.F. Goodrich radial T/A’s.
Rears: P23570R15.
Fronts: P23570R15 mounted on steel wheels with 1946 Ford hubcaps and trim rings.

Interior has brown leather seat, door panels and pouches, and brown carpet.
1939 Ford banjo steering wheel mounted onto original steering column and box. Autometer oil pressure, water temperature, speedometer/odometer, voltmeter, and fuel level gauges. Removable beige canvas rooftop.

Great addition to any car collection.

Clean title with no liens or back taxes. Has current registration and safety check. Runs and drives great! Very presentable with very minor nicks and scratches.

Buyer is responsible for shipping. Funds shall be in US currency. In-person vehicle inspection encouraged. Price: $65,000.

Brief history: Information verbally shared by the late James (Jimmy) Pflueger prior to his passing. Last hot rod in Jimmy Pflueger’s collection. The engine in this RPU was obtained from the late Mr. Ray Brock, former editor of Hot Rod Magazine and friend and fellow Pike’s Peak competitor. The late Mr. Bob Bauder is credited with this RPU’s construction.

Dan Woods was commissioned years ago to build Jimmy’s 1932 Phaeton and was also Jimmy’s close friend to whom Jimmy gifted his 1932 Ford BB Stake Bed Truck, built by Roy Brizio. Photos on Brizio website.

Roy Brizio also built Jimmy’s 1934 Ford Phaeton and his last 1932 Ford Roadster. Jimmy’s 1932 Ford Roadster was featured in the June 2018 issue of Street Rodder Magazine and was donated to the Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, CA.

Jimmy Pflueger was closely associated with and personal friends of Dan Woods, Ray Brock, Vic Edelbrock Jr., Roy Brizio, and Mike Henry of H&H flatheads, also amongst other automotive industry notables.

All of Jimmy Pflueger’s hot rods were top notch and all were painted black as is this RPU.

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Contact: Clarence

Phone: (808) 646-16 two three

$ 65,000

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii 96821

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