When we all picture in our minds the perfect custom 1932 Ford
Highboy roadster, this is it. With super-slick metallic paint,
custom flames inside & out, a custom chassis and plenty of V8
power, you're looking at a turn-key icon that knows how to make a
The first thing that grabs your attention is the paint. It's a bright Ruby Red with a metallic element that's just begging to shine in the sunlight. But once people at the car shows are drawn in but the color, they'll spend plenty of time looking at all the details - like the flames that look like they are coming out of the header. This one skips the fenders and shaves the door handles to get that smooth look that all the top hot rods have. Of course, it wouldn't be this cool without all the chrome in the right places such as the tilting windshield frame, headlight pods, front suspension, and the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels that are staggered 15/17 inches front/rear for an aggressive stance.
While this comes with a folding roof to keep the worst weather out, you really know the best times are when this roadster is open to the world. You'll love showing off every inch of the custom interior. The neatly stitched white bench is the kind of quality you love to see on the upper level classic. It's a great place to sit and grab the custom wood and chrome three spoke steering wheel. Ahead of that is a full gauge cluster that's set in a custom dash with flames embedded in the design. And just ahead of the floor shifter is an AM/FM/CD stereo so you can play modern tunes in your retro ride.
The engine hits that sweet spot of reliability, performance, and showmanship. The 350 cubic-inch Chevy crate motor is the choice for the best hot rods because it's a fresh build with the most parts available to upgrade for show and go. We bet you've already noticed how the engine bay looks great with all the upgraded polished elements like the valve covers, air topper, water pump, alternator and more. Moe importantly, the V8 inhales deeply through a Holley four-barrel carburetor. You can select how deeply you want this one to exhale by choosing the cutouts at the end of the headers or allowing the dual exhaust to exit out the rear. It holds the road like a '32 Ford hot rod should with a four-point dropped I-beam in front and adjustable coilovers in the rear. You can drive this one with confidence thanks to features like the solid custom frame, three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes.
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 own today. Call now!!!
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