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In 1932, The Ford Model B succeeded the Model A, the first successor to the original Model T. Alongside the updated styling, the Model B cars received an updated 4-cylinder and lasted from 1932-1934 years before being replaced by the Model 48 series of Ford vehicles.

The 1934 Model B did not see much substantial change compared to the previous 2 years. The changes that were made included a flatter grille, straight hood louvers, two handles on each side of the hood, smaller lights, and a remade logo. The V-8's power was increased to 85 bhp, bringing the top speed to 65 mph, and the 4-cylinder, as well as the standard 3-Window Coupé were removed for this year.

The Model Bs were frequently modified after the end of World War 2, with the Roadster and Coupe being the most desired body types due to their popular usage at the time. Due to this, unmodified examples are now extremely rare to find. Fiberglass or steel have been used to create or restore hot rods, but they still remain quite costly vehicles. The 1934 Model B's sedan model was driven by Bonnie and Clyde before their deaths, being shot inside the vehicle by a group of police officers in Bienville Parish, Louisiana, USA.

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Originally appearing as a high end Class A monster truck, the Ford 3-Window Coupé is now a low Class S vehicle as of Coachella Update. Due to its relatively low starting rank at Level 25, Class-S Blueprints 20 blueprints are needed to unlock the 3-Window Coupé. Oil changes take 2 hours to complete and cost Credits 250 for each one.

The Ford 3-Window Coupé's appearance is based off of classic hot-rods, fitted into a front-engine monster truck frame. The side fenders and wheel arches have been removed to accommodate the engine, as well as partially removing the hood to make way for the bug catcher. The exhausts extrude directly from the engine and face sideways in relation to the vehicle. Due to the size of the 3-Window being relatively smaller than other monster trucks, the vehicle camera is slightly altered to be at a lower angle, being especially noticeable when using the "Visibility" camera option.


Out of the 3 Class S monster trucks, the Ford 3-Window Coupé suffered to least amount of performance degradation compared to the Hummer H1 and DeLorean DMC-12. While being difficult to drive, the 3-Window Coupé can not only beat its Class S counterparts, but can also beat the Chevrolet 3100 Pickup due to its more powerful airspeed potential. When comparing to the top monster trucks such as the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Monster or Chevrolet Bel Air, the 3-Window Coupé lacks the overall pace to keep up. Acceleration with boost is good, beating the H1 and DMC-12, but is slower than the 3100 Pickup. The handling characteristics is the most unique trait of the 3-Window Coupé, steering response is almost on par with buggies and the drift radius is surprisingly decent for a monster truck, but when the maximum drift angle is achieved, the 3-Window oversteers and does not change direction easily. The driver must keep this in mind when drift boosting or changing directions quickly as the oversteer may result in a wall collision or wreck. Drift-boosting is rather weak when using long nitro, but gets drastically more powerful when all-in nitro is active, making maximum airspeed achievable, albeit not as convincingly as the Silverado 2500 HD Monster or Bel Air. Another odd quirk with the 3-Window Coupé is that its barrel roll physics are weird and can lead to wrecks when drifting on barrel roll ramps, the 3-Window seems to gain extra height and barrel rolls quite quickly, sometimes uncontrollably, therefore barrel rolls are to be taken with caution.

The 3-Window Coupé can be upgraded to Level 50 without rank up tools, at this rank it is the fastest Class S monster truck in the game. While its unique, awkward handling may be trickier to manage at this rank, it does not deter the fact that the 3-Window Coupé is surprisingly capable in a class often weaker than at max rank than other classes. Ultimately, the 3-Window Coupé's performance still can be considered to be average as the Bel-Air's superior acceleration, and the Chevrolet El Camino 1980's lengthier nitro duration makes them more capable in multiplayer races, while the 2500 HD Monster is far superior in terms of ultimate lap times.

Speed Modifier Approximation[]

Modifier: 96.73 %* km/h mph
Real Displayed Real Displayed
No Nitro 232.9 km/h 240.8 km/h 144.7 mph 149.6 mph
Long Nitro level 1 246.7 km/h 255 km/h 153.3 mph 158.4 mph
Long Nitro level 2 257.3 km/h 266 km/h 159.9 mph 165.3 mph
Long Nitro level 3 275.5 km/h 284.8 km/h 171.2 mph 177 mph
Long Nitro level 4 Extra Tank 279.5 km/h 289 km/h 173.7 mph 179.6 mph
All-In Nitro 290.2 km/h 300 km/h 180.3 mph 186.4 mph
All-In Nitro Extra Tank 297 km/h 307 km/h 184.5 mph 190.8 mph
Max Airspeed 318.2 km/h 329 km/h 197.7 mph 204.4 mph
Max Airspeed Extra Tank 323.1 km/h 334 km/h 200.8 mph 207.5 mph

* when using the Land Rover Defender as 100 % benchmark

The Ford 3-Window Coupé may have the 2nd worst speed modifier of all the monster trucks, but it is still high when comparing to rally cars, pickups, and muscle cars. While it may have lower top speeds than the H1 and DMC-12, it makes up for it by its more powerful drift-boosting, allowing it to make more out of the max airspeeds. Extra Tank Extra Tank can sometimes be a better choice than unboosted, but is much more challenging to manage due to poor nitro durations, without knockdowns, earning boost through stunts and barriers is not as efficient as other archetypes. However, the noticeable increase in top speeds can allow time to be shaved off if utilized to the fullest potential. Just like the other monster trucks, the 3-Window Coupé is best used on tracks such as Temple Race, Forbidden Oasis, and Emerald Forest as those allow monster trucks to accelerate rapidly off the line via all-in nitro, and maintain a decent pace around the track with a combination of well timed all-in nitro, and short bursts of long nitro.

Outside of solo challenges, the Ford 3-Window Coupé is not available for any limited-time events, making its use strictly for solo challenges, multiplayer and career. It is not a recommended choice for multiplayer due to faster accelerating monster trucks having more of a chance of successfully securing a knockdown at the start of a race to easily get ahead of the pack.

Despite being the fastest Class S monster truck, the Ford 3-Window Coupé is not the best car to max in Class S, there is more use one can find from upgrading a more capable monster truck in the lower classes, and much more powerful vehicles outside of the archetype exists for Class S.


No image available Ford 3-Window Coupé Blueprint – Last checked: Mar 26, 2021
Price: Credits 533,400
Rarity: Class S
Vehicle: Ford 3-Window Coupé (20 to build, 1 to overclock)
Availability: Boxes, Black Market


The Ford 3-Window Coupé is required for a Stars Star goal in the following career race:

  • Race 295 (Class S, levels 47–50)
    • Recommended level: 49
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