This 1934 Ford Coupe Punches With a 502 Cubic Inch V-8
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502 cubic inches is pretty big!
Chances are, you’ve at some point been confronted by a hot rod on the racing track or local car show. Do you remember how it made you feel? Perhaps you fell in love with the rumbling sound of a V8 engine or maybe just the violent power it seemed to drive with. Either way it’s likely you’ve thought about how much fun it would be to own one someday. Well, today is that day.
The make of your new stallion is a 1934 Ford Coupe whose style became synonymous with the idea of an old school drag car. Under the hood, you might expect a small block or supercharged V8 engine. However, only the wildest enthusiasts might be capable of controlling the 502 cubic inch V8 engine under the hood. Such a massive big-block is something reserved primarily for hardcore racing.
Despite making a ton of power and torque, it’s pretty easily controlled in terms of getting it all to the rear wheels. That’s because of the Turbo 400 automatic transmission whose name is quite well known within the classic automotive industry for its popularity in drag racing. To top it all off, there is a set of 3.73 gears in the back making acceleration possible. Overall, it’s a great hot rod for anyone who loves the sound of a V8, that could be you.
Carlisle Auctions gets the wheels rolling on its 2023 collector car auction schedule with a visit to the SUN ‘n FUN Expo Campus in Lakeland, Florida for the Lakeland Winter Collector Car Auction. The two-day offering is happening Friday and Saturday, February 10-11 and starts at 10:30 a.m. daily.
This is an auction only event (no car show or swap meet) and hosts 400+ expected lots. Lots include dozens of trucks, muscle cars, classic daily drivers, and even some pre-war gems. Anticipated consignments will span decades and sales prices should range from four figures to six. There’s something for everyone; from white-glove, best-of-show vehicles to show-worthy gems you won’t be afraid to cruise the town in. There’s even an All-Truck Hour planned for approximately 1:30 p.m. on February 10.
Call Carlisle Auctions today at 717-960-6400 to learn more about buying or selling and visit CarlisleAuctions.com to check the consignment images and specs! There are three great ways to bid too, in person, on the phone, and online! Not looking to buy or sell, but still want to attend? Spectator admission is just $10 with kids 12 and under FREE. There’s also ample FREE parking available.
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