Homegrown Hotrods

1934 3-Window Coupe

Kevin Foster - Kevin came to HGHRs and wanted a stock boxed frame which was equipped with a 1934 Ford coupe body, which had was chopped and had the A posts slanted backwards. The roof and cowl were filled, while the hood is stock, along with the grille shell and splash aprons.

The rear frame horns and fuel tank were removed, and in their place a louvered rolled pan with 1937 Ford tail lights grafted in. The car rolls on ET wheels - Ten-spoke Gassers up front and Five-Windows at the back. Willwood discs and callipers are employed at the front, and drums at the rear. The canary yellow coupe is powered by a 383 stroker, the 350 and sits on a dropped aluminium I-beam axle, equipped with SO-CAL hairpins, vented superbell discs and a Ford 9-inch rear with coil-over shocks and ladder bars.

kevin has attended shows all over Europe in the last few years and won numerous trophies in his 34 and has got to be the best looking cars coming at you in your rear view mirror.