1932 Ford Roadster Hot Rod Details
Professionally built 1932 Ford roadster. This car has been invited to Blackies Auto-Rama and it has been in many different magazines. It has also been in the Grand National Roadster Show. The car has collected many honors, trophies, and rewards over its life. It has the best of everything and looks more impressive underneath than on top of the car. There is lots of chrome and fine detailed finish work underneath the car as you can see from the photos. The car has a powerful first-class built 425 Buick nailhead engine with dual AFB carbs and all the good stuff inside. Turbo 400 Trans and 9 inch Ford rear differential, a TCI frame that has been stretched 3 inches to fit the nailhead, Wilwood disc brakes all around, stainless exhaust, auto headlights, and white leather tuck and roll interior. Downs glass body that has been extensively reinforced. The doors open and close perfectly. The engine runs and sounds great. The car is a pleasure to drive down the street, or trailer it and put mirrors under it to win the show. This is not a local level show car, but a national level show car, or a top-notch professional build, bar none. There is way too much to list. Give us a call for more details. This is an absolute beautiful roadster that cost over 70k in parts alone, not including labor. Drives excellent and runs strong. Approx 7000 miles since completed. This car drives straight down the road, and stops and turns so easy anyone would enjoy cruising in it, but if you get down on it, it really goes. Lots of pics available. A top-notch car. Of course, the car comes with a clear and clean 1932 Ford California title.