The 1934 Ford Model 40A got some subtle styling changes, building on the previous two years. The front grille was flatter with a wider surround, and the hood louvers were straightened. That famous V8 released in 1932 was powered up again, this time to 85hp.
The result was a car that has achieved lasting fame and iconic status. The 3 Window Coupe is an incredible car, a favorite of hot rodders and enthusiasts for generations, and one of the most recognizable cars in history.
The doors open to reveal a fantastic interior with simulated carpet lines on the floor and a steering wheel that turns the front wheels. The hood opens to reveal that famous V8 in all its detailed glory, and the trunk opens to reveal an accurate recreation of the cargo compartment.
This seven inch (7.00") model features a diecast body and chassis, detailed front grille and six different color options:
White with flames: A posh white base coat with yellow-to-red flames running from the front fenders, down the sides, to the rear quarter panels, as well as yellow-to-red flames on the hood.
Purple with flames: Same layout as white, but this variant uses a rich purple for the base coat that just screams Hot Rod!
Teal: Featuring a glossy teal base coat with gloss back fenders and running boards, this variant is high style and a showstopper.
Black with flames: A classic gloss black base coat with red flames outlined in white running from the front quarter panel into the doors. Glorious.
Red with flames: An incredibly vibrant and rich red base coat in gloss with yellow flames fading to red running from the front fenders down the length of the body to the rear quarter panels. Watch out for your pink slips!
Yellow: Similar to the teal scheme, with a gorgeous yellow base coat and gloss black fenders and running boards, with a black detail stripe running the length of the body.