1934 Ford Fordor Part of Vehicle Showcase

Jan 27, 2014

A 1934 Ford Fordor sedan built by Classic Restorations of Southern Indiana in Greenville, Ind., will be one of more than 50 vehicles on display at this year’s Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show.

The vehicle, which is owned by Kenneth Delcour, features an all-steel Ford body and fenders.

Classic Restorations of Southern Indiana tucked/reshaped the’34 Ford’s front and rear bumpers, extended the front fenders, smoothed the grille shell and the rear valence, tucked the taillights and filled the cowl panel.

The sedan also has a’32 Ford-inspired dash and custom birds-eye maple steering wheel and shift knob, along with birds-eye maple headliner inserts and accents throughout. The engine is a GM Performance ZZ4 320-ci crate engine with Hilborn EFI, and the fully custom interior features black leather with black wool headliner.

The Steele Rubber-sponsored Hotrod & Restoration Display Vehicle Program includes pre-1980 hot rods, street rods, muscle cars, classic trucks, customs, antiques and race cars.

It’s not too late to submit a proposal for the display vehicle program. Hot rod builders interested in displaying a vehicle at the 2014 Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show should call Saltrick at 704-483-9343, or email him at [email protected].

The Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show and the new Restyling & Truck Accessories Trade Show are scheduled for March 26-28 at the Indianapolis Convention Center

To register for the trade shows, visit http://www.hotrodshow.com/.