Facts & FiguresMark StirnemannSt. Louis, Missouri1934 Ford five-window coupe

CHASSIS
Frame / Manufacturer 1934 Ford
Wheelbase stock (112")
Modifications provisions made for engine / trans conversion & updated suspension components by Jack Stirnemann
Chassis plumbing Stirnemann-formed steel lines
Rearend / Ratio 9" Ford / 3.50:1
Rear suspension Pete & Jake's (Peculiar, MO) w/ transverse spring
Rear brakes Ford drum
Front suspension dropped Ford straight-axle w/ P&J's wishbones & transverse spring
Front brakes Wilwood (Camarillo, CA) disc
Master cylinder dual
Steering box Flaming River (Berea, OH) quick ratio
Front wheel make, size Halibrand / 15x4
Rear wheel make, size Halibrand / 16x8
Front tire make, size Cooper, 165R15
Rear tire make, size Cooper, 225/70R16
Gas tank 1934 Ford

ENGINE
Make 1967 Chevrolet
Displacement 337ci
Machining / Assembly Paul Sartin / Stirnemann
Pistons TRW
Camshaft COMP Cams (Memphis, TN)
Radiator Walker Radiator (Memphis, TN)
Heads 461 Chevrolet
Modifications ported, polished & a three-angle valve job by Jimmy Marshall at Ron's Porting Service (St. Charles, MO)
Valves / Springs 2.02" intake, 1.60" exhaust / COMP Cams
Rockers GM
Valve covers finned aluminum Corvette
Manifold / Induction Edelbrock RPM Performer (Torrance, CA)
Ignition GM HEI
Headers Sanderson Headers (S. San Francisco, CA)
Exhaust / Mufflers 2.5" steel tubing / Edelbrock
Other engine facts 370 hp @ 6,000 rpm; 379 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm
TRANSMISSION
Make Turbo 350
Converter 2,200-rpm stall Transmission Specialists
Shifter B&M Performance (Chatsworth, CA)
Trans mods Gear Box (St. Louis, MO)
Driveshaft Drive Shafts Unlimited (St. Louis, MO)
BODY
Body style / Material 1934 Ford / steel
Body manufacturer Ford Motor Co
Body mods top chopped 4"
Hood 1934 Ford
Grille 1934 Ford
Bodywork Harry & Jack Stirnemann w/ Mark
Paint type / Color Flat primer / black
Painter The Stirnemanns
Headlights / Taillights directional signals, built-in headlights by Jack Stirnemann & Ernie Vishion / '37 Ford taillights
Bumpers nerf bars front & rear
INTERIOR
Dashboard 1934 Ford
Insert / Gauges Stewart Warner
Stereo / Speakers trunk mounted out of sight
Wiring one-off wired by Jack Stirnemann
Steering column one-off small-diameter column w/ directional signals built in, engineered & crafted by Jack Stirnemann & Ernie Vishion
Interior mirror 1934 Ford
Upholsterer Don Albers (St. Louis, MO)
Material / Color vinyl / black
Carpet black
Seatbelts three-point