Powering this hot rod is a trusty 350 cubic inch V8. This has been clearly built to show off with enough polished aluminum and chrome on the alternator, compressor, oil filler, brake booster, distributor cap, air grabber, and valve covers. And the mirror-like smoothness of the inner walls loves to reflect and add to this impressive total presentation. This clean look also has some added power within, including a Carter competition-series four-barrel carburetor and Weiand aluminum intake. And there are also good supporting components, like the steel braided lines, AN fittings, and an electric fan.

Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States

See listing: restored 1932 Ford Tudor hot rod (from November 22, 2020)