Road Tour 1934 Ford Coupe

Procar by SCAT was happy to be the seat sponsor of this Road Tour 1934 Ford Coupe. This ride was featured by Hot Rod Magazine.

The Ford Coupe’s interior includes Procar by SCAT Rally Lowback seats. These seats were designed with a hot rod/muscle car style in mind, which matches perfectly the nostalgic style of the car.

Gil Vigil and his team at Speed & Design in Nashville wrapped the seats and used a little leather on the custom door panels.  The interior includes other components, such as a Flaming River steering wheel and column, Lokar shifter, Dakota Digital gauges, Vintage Air A/C and Custom Autosound audio system.

Jerry Dixey rode this 1934 Ford Coupe across America last summer, and it debuted at the NSRA Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky, on August 6.

For more information on this ride, please visit here.

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