Pinterest


 Click any thumbnail below to display the 1934 Ford Cabriolet slide show.


 Back to All Vehicles for Sale  Print this Page  Email this Page


1934 Ford Cabriolet


Custom Built Street Rod

Legendary Motorcar Company worked closely with the commissioner of this amazing project, to create a 1934 Ford that retain the classic stylish lines combined with handling like one of today's exotic sports cars.

The plan was to build an all steel bodied 1934 Ford Cabriolet that would appear basically factory with only subtle cosmetic changes. Underneath the pristine body would be a completely custom designed double tub chassis and a 500 plus horsepower modified crate engine.

The craftsmen at the Legendary Motorcar Company custom fabricated all aspects of the Ford's. For example, the suspension, everything from the front spindles to the unique trialing arms that also act as a panhard bar. The interior positioning of all driver controls (steering wheel, pedals, shift, etc.) were designed for the comfort the own, while retaining the traditional classic appearance.



Have a question about this car?


Required to prevent spam

Latest Blog Posts

Featured Photo

LMC Racing

 Monday, June 19, 2017     unknown     LMC News

This weekend LMC Racing was back at Indy for the SVRA race and finished 2nd with Peter and Al Unser Jr behind the wheel.

Read More

Featured Photo

LMC at SAAC 42

 Monday, June 12, 2017     LMC     LMC News

The 42nd convention of the Shelby American Automobile Club was held in Indianapolis June 8-11 The team at Legendary Motorcar brought the Prototype 427 Cobra, a 1969 Lightweight GT 40 and a 1968 Shelby GT500KR. Next weekend we are back at Indy for the SVRA race , “ The Brickyard Invitational “ Peter will be paired with Al Unser Jr again for the Pro-Am Race on June 17.

Read More

Featured Photo

Klutt Battles Back For A Podium Finish

 Wednesday, May 24, 2017     Inside Track Motorsport News     NASCAR Pinty's Series

Bowmanville, ON (May 23, 2017)- As the NASCAR Pinty's Series teams descended on Canadian Tire Motorsports Park for the season opening round, the Pioneer Family Pools #59 team came prepared and had a strong car on Saturday for qualifying, missing the mark for pole by a few tenths, and qualifying fourth.

Read More


Read our Blog