This 1932 Ford Roadster is a highboy hot rod
It utilizes a fiberglass body and a Chevy small-block V8. Finished in metallic purple, the car is also equipped with a three-speed automatic transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, a dropped front axle, rear coil overs, staggered-diameter wheels, and a Ford 9 rear end. The interior is upholstered in tan and incorporates a four-spoke steering wheel, lap seatbelts, and Stewart Warner gauges. The car has spent the last 10 years cruising the summer car scene in Wisconsin. This car has been recently serviced and is a true, turn key, ready to drive car for the next owner. The fiberglass body is finished in the House of Kolor shade of Black Cherry Kandy with custom pinstripes and features a louvered hood top and rear apron along with dual outlets exiting through the rear bodywork.
Additional equipment includes polished headlight buckets, a tilting windshield, a drivers mirror, and custom taillights. Polished 14 and 15 wheels wear knock-off style center caps and are mounted with staggered-width American Classics tires. The chassis features a dropped front axle with a traverse leaf spring, and the rear end is equipped with adjustable coil overs. Braking is handled by vented discs all around.
The cabin is upholstered in tan vinyl with purple piping andcontrasting black carpeting lines the floors. Additional equipment includes lap seatbelts, door pockets, and a floor shifter. A four-spoke steering wheel frames an engine-turned dash, and the instrument panel houses a Stewart Warner 160-mph speedometer, a 6k-rpm tachometer, an analog clock, and gauges for coolant temperature, oil pressure, voltage, and fuel level. The odometer indicates 1,200 miles. The small-block Chevrolet V8 crate engine is said to utilize a 350 block and features Edelbrock E-Street cylinder heads along with dual carburetors. Additional equipment includes finned valve covers, an aluminum radiator with an electric fan, a trunk-mounted fuel cell, and tubular headers with a custom exhaust system. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission and a painted 9? rear axle with 3.00:1 gearing.
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Location: Salem, Ohio, United States