Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is very excited to present a 1932 Ford Roadster Highboy for sale. The owner of this vehicle has noted that this beast runs cool and loud which is exactly how I want all my roadsters to run. This marvelous machine is rocking a 350 CID block with 355 aluminum heads which help this sweet beauty rip and roar down the road with plenty of power. The engine is tied to a 700R4 transmission that was built by the Toy Shop in California. For those who are not familiar with 700R4 transmissions simply put it is a 4-speed automatic transmission. This roadster is packing a Holley Carburetor under the hood to help enhance that 350 CID motor to its fullest potential. The frame and front end was done by Pete & Jake with a speedway quick change rear end. The exterior of this roadster is a vibrant orange with a with a brown interior. This car has custom Halibrand wheels and the owner states to the best of his knowledge this roadster is pushing 355 horse power. In the trunk this Ford Roadster Highboy is carrying a 36-gallon fuel tank and has a Wescot body. For those warm summer days there is a removal soft top aka bop top. She has all wheel disk brakes if stopping in a hurry is your scurry. This 1932 For Roadster Highboy for sale includes: Seat belts, bop top, power brakes, leather interior, and Halibrand aluminum alloy wheels. This is a car that you do not want to miss out on. Remember yesterday's thinkers are todays buyers to act now to avoid having the car purchased out from underneath you. To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this 1932 Ford Roadster Highboy and for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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