The ’34 is so low the rearend assembly resides above the hard maple bed floor. There’s room below for a 14-gallon custom tank. The mouth-watering cab interior was built at Jason Graham Hot Rods & Cool Customs. The driveshaft center hump on the seat is another standard feature of Graham-built extra-low hot rods. Does it get any nicer than a ’40 Ford steering wheel, Stewart-Warner Wings gauges, and a Gennie tall shifter? The dash panel copies the engine-turned theme and occupies the stock oval location. The Stewart-Warner Wings 0- to 160-mph speedo replaces the factory’s 0- to 90-mph version.