1932 Ford Victoria Street rod. Glass body, mfg unknown. Been in storage for several years, needs very little interior work to finish. Runs and drives. Believe the chassis is from TCI. It has 4 link style rear suspension w/ chrome coil overs on Ford rear end. Front end is a dropped beam axle with disc brakes and 4 bar setup. Engine is a ’56 Desoto 330″ with Hot Heads front cover and Chevy water pump, Mopar electronic ignition, remote oil filter, Chevy starter, GM alternator, trans adapter to Chevy turbo 350 transmission. Intake is a Weiand Drag Star log type with 6 Strombergs, w/ Moon fuel log. It has Offy finned valve covers and valley cover with matching air cleaners. There is a Moon polished tank in front used for overflow for the Walker radiator. Car has a very nice new wiring setup. Instruments are Stewart Warner. Lokar shifter and trans dipstick. Steel wheels w/ Ford caps and trim rings. Needs for interior are door windows, inside door handles, fix headliner, weatherstrip. Windshield has a rock chip.
Location: Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
See listing: 1932 Ford Vicky HOT ROD (from June 10, 2015)