Beautifully Built 1932 Ford Steel
Highboy Roadster Sale or Trade . Ford 427
Side-Oiler, not a Chevy in a Ford This is the real deal when it
comes to performance engines , you will not find another 32 Highboy
Roadster out there with this engine, Duel Holley 600 carburetors.
The motor produces right at 550 HP. The transmission is a C-6 that
gives this car a nice road gear for cruising. Over 100K in build,
Boyd Coddington custom wheels. Front Disc brakes. The cooling
system with electric fan, the engine runs cool even on the hottest
days. The body is all steel by Rod Bods. The paint is a stunning
red color. The interior also includes a tilt Billet steering wheel,
seat belts, Lokar shifter , Sid Chavers Top with flowthru window.
The trunk is carpeted and beautiful. The trunk lid has a hidden
latch. The exhaust is by Sanderson and ceramic with electric
cut-outs, so much more the list goes on. This car is garaged every
winter and is only taken out to car shows each season. It
does not go out in the rain. $69,900 or possible trade.
1932 Ford Steel Highboy Roadster
427 Ford side oiler engine.
Isky roller cam.
Keith Black pistons.Sanderson Ceramic Headers
Holly 600 carbs.
Ford 9" rear end.
Pete and Jakes front suspension.
Boyd Coddington Wheels.
Built in 2008
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