A supercharged V8 with dual quads on top instantly makes this 1932 Ford 5-window Coupe Streetrod the kind of car you want to write a song about

It’s custom, aggressive, and there are even some thoughtful upgrades, too.

The Dark Purple Metallic paint sets the tone nicely for an ideal street machine. It gives you both darkness and shine, as well as some overall earned attitude in the finish. In fact, attitude is at the heart of this car’s appeal. That big motor on display is pure aggression, and we’ll give you all the details in just a moment. The impressively forward-leaning stance comes from both a contoured chassis and the proper hot rod big rear tires. The body has a sleeker style with the cowl and trunk filed in for a seamless look. There’s plenty of custom details with the Model A grille, vinyl roof, frenched license plate, and the large dual exhaust tips contoured into the rear.

The interior is a true hot rod experience. That means plenty of custom styling whose main goal is function. For example, the C3 Corvette seats are a nice addition because these high-back buckets are quite comfortable. There are also power windows, cup holders and good legroom. And the driver’s cockpit has been upgraded with a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, a tilt steering column, a column-mounted tach, and a dash dominated by a full gauge package.

A motor like this deserves to always be on display. You’ll appreciate the details, like how all the polish of the components looks like it’s doubled by the mirrored firewall. But what you’ll really love is all the substance behind the style. It starts with a 350 cubic-inch V8, and this is fed by dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors. And in-between the two is a Weiand blower to supercharge your horsepower into the stratosphere. There’s even a nice set of shorty headers to add power to the package as well as add rumble to the Flowmaster dual exhaust. This is a big power package, and so you have wide rear rubber and traction bars to get the power to the pavement. But if you just feel like a little cruiser style, this one also has a three-speed automatic transmission, independent front end, and front disc brakes for an easier attitude.

This supercharged coupe has the stance, style, and power you want in a ’32 streetrod.


Price: $32,995 <- click to see if it is still available

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Originally listed on November 14, 2021. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.

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Location: Concord, North Carolina, United States