Big V8 power, crisp details, and a look that will leave them green with envy… that’s what you get with this 1932 Ford Roadster.
You’re looking at a quality Gibbons body that was assembled less than 2,600 miles ago. The green paint is a modern application, but it has the old-school look of lacquer that people will love on this ’32 Ford. And while they’re marveling at the paint, they’ll also love the full pinstriping package. It’s everywhere, including across the hood, on the rear gas tank, and running the full length to highlight the curves of the body. This one skips the fenders and shaves the door handles to get that smooth look that all the top hot rods have. It even has the right polished pieces, like the waterfall grille, headlight surrounds, and front suspension. But there’s also an extra sporty attitude here seen in details like the billet windshield posts and the competition-style Torq Thrust wheels with extra meaty rubber in the rear.
The neatly stitched two-tone leather bench is the kind of quality you love to see on the interior. It’s detail-oriented with a tuck and roll insert that wraps around the rear and through the door panels. Plus, you have nice extras like seatbelts and a fold-down armrest. This has a premium performance look and feel, and you understand that the moment you grab the Nardi wood-rimmed steering wheel mounted on a tilt column. Beyond that, the dash is a full wood panel dominated by crisp Classic Instruments gauges.
A bright and powerful motor like this deserves to be on display for the world to see. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 built with Brodix aluminum heads, an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and Bassett tight-tuck headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It’s a powerful package, but it’s also supported by the right components, like a Powermaster high-torque starter, Accel HEI ignition, and a large 18-inch electric fan. It holds the road like a ’32 Ford hot rod should with a Pete & Jakes dropped front axle and a four-link with adjustable coilovers out back. It also grips well thanks to Wilwood front disc brakes and modern BF Goodrich tires on all four wheels. Plus, it’s running a three-speed automatic transmission that drives a Ford 9-inch rear with limited-slip differential.
Traditional in all the ways that matter to you and fully finished in a way that makes people sit up and take notice, this is a fantastic Deuce roadster you can take home now.
Price: $44,995 <- click to see if it is still available
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Originally listed on February 2, 2021. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.
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Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States