I sometimes wonder what will happen to classic cars and hot-rods once the older generation passes on. Muscle cars will most likely still be around, but I’m more concerned about the cars from the 1920’s-1950’s. What you are viewing here is a 1934 Ford coupe that’s been transformed into a Pierson Bros. Salt Flats tribute. Built the right way, this old Ford is equipped with a 1934 frame, steel firewall and cowl with functional vent, a fiberglass body, freshened up 5.0L V-8 and an AOD transmission. It also features a Petronix ignition, Edelbrock carb and a Snow White water pump system. The paint on the car is flawless as is the interior that houses Stewart Warner gauges and great looking bomber seats with leather inserts. This is a ride that anyone would be proud to own, so make sure to check it out and help save another classic!