Brookville steel 1932 Ford Roadster Washington Blue urethane painted by Richard Glymph Includes a removeable top with a glass rear window Steel hood and grill shell Standard original size head lights 1950 Pontiac LED rear tail lights and turn signals 2” chopped windshield Removable Soft Top Engine & Transmission Rebuilt 400 c.i. Chevy small block w/cast iron heads Performance valve job New rings, bearings, and seals 10.25:1 compression Comp Cams hydraulic flat tappet cam (Duration 282 int. & 292 exh.; Lift is 465 int. & 488 exh.) Edelbrock polished 2 x 4 barrel intake manifold (2) Edelbrock 500 cfm carburetors MSD 6A distributor and ignition Sanderson short headers Chevrolet S-10 5-speed transmission Lakewood bellhousing Centerforce clutch pack Differential & Suspension Open 9” Ford rear w/28 spline axles 3.55:1 gears 2” SoCal dropped axle w/ “Hairpin” bars Posies rear leaf spring w/ ladder bars American Racing “Salt Flat” wheels (14” front; 15” rear) Firestone tires

Location: Beltsville, Maryland, United States

See listing: all steel 1932 Ford Roadster Street Rod Hot Rod (from July 3, 2018)