1934 Ford Pickup Great 8 Award Winner at 2018 Detroit Autorama
All-Steel 1934 Ford Pickup
Owned by Danielle Lutz of Moscow, Pennsylvania, builder Jason Graham Hot Rods of Portland, Tennessee. 347 ci small block Ford motor, Englese stacked injection, Tremec 5-speed transmission and a Winter Quick Change rear end which is exposed. The interior by Gil Vigil of Speed & Design is done in made-to-order special leather. The paint was done in an original Ford Washington blue color by PPG. Chrome was done by Advance Plating. The owner had the truck for two years before she sent it down to Jason Graham’s shop. Graham will spend the next year showing the all-steel 1934 Ford Pickup at national shows. Then, Danielle says, when she gets it back home she intends to drive it.
Vote for this 1934 Ford Pickup as your favorite to win the Ridler Award with your “Like” on Facebook. You may note that it is the only “old school” hot rod in the Great 8 this year.
Cars-On-Line.com interviewed Danielle Lutz about her 1934 Ford Pickup here at the 2018 Detroit Autorama today. Just before the Ridler Award announcement is to be made, she gives us some incites on the build.
Photos and video by Bob Boberg of eClassicAutos.com.
See all of this year’s 2018 Great 8 Award Winners featured on the Cars-On-Line.com blog page here.