A true pre-war-era Ford devotee may beg to differ that there are no less than 65 differences between the '33 and '34 models, most of them running production changes.
Here are three to point out, courtesy of our friends at Speedway Motors (www.speedwaymotors.com/the-toolbox/the-difference-between-1933-and-1934-fords/30439)
Front grille: The '33 features a lean design which curved inward, the bars had a graceful curve forward at the bottom. The '34s are deep and flat with a wider reveal and fewer vertical straight bars.
Front emblem: The '33 is a V-8 shape. The '34 is a V-8 encompassed by triangular shape.
Hood: The '33 has curved louvers on the hood sides, one centered hood handle with a metal hook for the hood lock mechanism to connect to down low on the firewall and the hood top curves down a few inches to meet the top of the grill. The '34 has straight louvers on the hood sides, two hood handles and a hood top flat at the front.
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