1934 Dodge Cabriolet Street Rod For Sale in Lola, Wisconsin 54945 Look out Street Rod enthusiasts! This 1934 Dodge Cabriolet Street Rod is ready to inspire passion and desire. This two-door street rod features a strong, handsome styling that will capture the attention of anyone who sees it. With beautiful, yellow exterior paint complimented by tan leather interior this Dodge Cabriolet Street Rod is dressed to impress. Powered by a 488/450 HP Viper V-10 engine that is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, this beautiful beast is eager to get out on the road turning heads for many years to come! This 1934 Dodge Cabriolet was originally built by Roy Brizio Street Rods as the giveaway car for the Goodguys 2000 season, and it was featured in the October 2000 issue of Mopar Collectors Guide and November 2000 issue of Street Rodder Magazine. In true Brizio fashion, no stone was left unturned in the build, starting with a fiberglass 34 Cabriolet body from Frank Miller of Coach and Chassisworks of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, wearing suicide doors against its butterscotch pearl exterior. The manual-folding cloth top includes a glass rear window and full tonneau cover. After an unfortunate accident at the Des Moines Goodguys event in the Summer of 2000, the cars body was damaged, rendering it unable to attend the remainder of events. It subsequently received a comprehensive rebuild over the expanse of two years by Rex Evchuk including a new body furnished by Coach and Chassisworks. Peeking through the hood cutouts, the red crinkle-finished intake and valve covers hint that the engine beneath the hood is anything but ordinary. Tucked between the frame rails lies a Dodge Viper V-10 engine displacing 488 CI and rated at 450 HP. Bolted to a Tremec 6-speed manual gearbox, power is funneled through a 9-inch Currie rear end with Air Locker Positraction to the 17-inch Billet Specialties wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Comp T/A tires. The handling department features coilover shocks at all four corners and Mustang II rack-and-pinion steering, while Baer brakes with cross-drilled and slotted discs haul this 34 down in short order. The custom interior is swathed in brown leather covering the eight-way power bucket seats, door panels and Billet Specialties steering wheel resting atop the tilt steering column. An air conditioning system is neatly hidden away, and power windows are actuated by billet switchgear. A Hurst shifter with Moon shift ball handle gear changes and a complement of white-faced gauges keep tabs on the powerplant. This 1934 Dodge Cabriolet Street Rod has been meticulously maintained. This is a must see/drive to truly appreciate everything it has to offer. In fact, come see for yourself! You will agree that this 1934 Dodge Cabriolet Street Rod is one of a kind and is ready to share its legacy. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity. This classic Dodge is competitively priced, so call today for more information on how you can experience everything life has to offer with this unparalleled Dodge Cabriolet Street Rod!