This 1932 Ford Victoria is a bold flame-kissed hot rod
And with the proper V8 power, fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, A/C interior, and much more, this one is an awesome all-around cruiser.
The purple is an eye-catching custom color with a deep luster and shine from a modern application. It draws attention to the sleek style of the swoopy fenders and the Victoria’s rounded roofline. And the red flames with white pinstripe outline are pure street machine cool. The overall finish is a driver-quality car where you can drive out on a whim without getting nervous. And that seems right because the whole style inside and out is about being a real driver’s hot rod. The body is a more modern fiberglass build with steel in the right places like the hood and running boards. It has the right modern sporty style with shaved door handles, deleted trim, and lights integrated into the bumper bars. And the polished American racing wheels are done with a 15/17 inch front/rear stagger so that you can fit modern tires while still having a classic forward-leaning stance. So it really looks like it’s ready to hit the streets.
The interior is both custom and comfortable. It starts with the front bucket seats that give individual comfort and have the kind of contouring to be all-day comfortable. The rear is also contoured to keep everyone happy. The gray here coordinates with the door panels, dash, carpeting, and headliner for a truly uniform appearance. Plus, it’s great to see the exterior deep purple return as an accent on the door inserts to give this a very coordinated look inside and out. There’s cold-blowing air conditioning and power windows. There’s also an overhead console that’s perfect for adding a modern stereo. So there’s a lot of everyday comfort inside. And the sports steering wheel, tilt steering column, an upgraded shifter for the three-speed auto, and crisp VDO gauges make for a proper driver’s coupe.
The engine bay continues this build’s thoughtful appearance. The bright ribbed valve covers, matching air grabber, color-matched accessories, and smooth inner walls are all part of an overall look that invested in both quality and style. This is a hardy 350 small block V8 that has been upgraded for performance with a four-barrel carburetor, Holley Contender intake, an electric fan, and Hooker Super Comp headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. As you look at the undercarriage photos, it shows a clean presentation and a strong custom frame. You’ll also spot four-wheel disc brakes, strong front A-arms, and Aldan American adjustable front coilovers. Plus, the independent rear end means you have a rare fully independent setup that makes for a sharp-handling hot rod.
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Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States