Up for sale now in our Houston Showroom is this very clean 1932 Ford Roadster, and it's itching for a new home. The '32 Ford is also known as the "Deuce Coupe" and is a highly sought out hot rod that provided plenty of "get up and go" for almost any car guy, or gal. This Deuce Coupe features a 350 CID "Highboy V8 Crate" engine which only has 755 miles on it since the rebuild, it is accompanied by a 700R4 automatic transmission. It also has a solid Ford 9" rear end to make for a nice little package. The Walker steel radiator and electric fan keeps it running cool. The front disk brakes with drum brakes in the rear provide plenty of stopping power for this roadster. If you notice, the car also has independent front suspension to provide a smooth ride along with rack and pinion steering. Aluminum Budnik Ion wheels have been placed on this beauty to give it that nice curb appeal, and feature some 15X7 P195/60/R15 87T Toyo Spectrum tires on the front with 15X8 P225/70/R15 100T Mastercraft Avenger GT tires on the rear. Did I mention how nice this roadster sounds with the stainless-steel exhaust with chrome tips. The "Hot red" Dupont paint on this roadster is in great condition. From the Wescott fiberglass body to the small areas like the door jamb, and even nuts and bolts throughout the car, this paint shows very well. The chrome trimming around the grill, chromed headlights, and even on the handles along-side the hood and the front and rear cross members is in great condition with little to no pitting. The body lines are straight and truly makes this car one that is worth seeing in person. The steel 4-piece louvered hood is also in great shape and opens and closes easily. The trunk is easily opened as well with an electric opener. The interior of the car is a nicely done beige Ultra Leather interior. The interior has a nice GM chrome tilt steering wheel, new carpet, and a Banjo steering wheel with a leather grip. The dash features a very sleek looking Dolphin gauges. As you're driving down the road on a dark night you will notice the Tri-Bar headlights and directional custom rear LED tail lights that have been built into the body provide plenty of visibility on the streets. To see all the HD pictures and video please go to http://gatewayclassiccars.com/houston/1932/ford/roadster-S966.html. For even more information on this 1932 Ford Roadster located in our Houston showroom come by and see us or contact the showroom at (832)243-6220 or email the showroom at Houston@GatewayClassicCars.com
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