1932 CHEVY ROADSTER All steel body, award winner at Oakland Roadster Show, Blackie Gejeian Fresno Autorama, and many others. Under a Roy Brizio hood is a 700R-4 backed 355 cid Chevy motor, topped with a Edelbrock Torker II Whipple Supercharger, Holly 750 cfm carb, and a custom Air Tech aluminum air cleaner. THOUGH THE MOTOR LOOKS NICE ON THE OUTSIDE, polished B&B aluminum valve covers steel bradid lines, HPC coated kerker headers, Its stuffed with performance parts too ported and polished dart sports mans 2.02/1.06 heads, Manley 8;1 pistons, and Erson roller cam and rockers. Sony stereo system. Sid Chavers trimmed the trunk area with more leather and wood, making space for the battery. Sony disc changer and precision power amplifiers. Color is Sikken / 1990 corvette sea foam green. Trans convetrter is a B/M Hole Shot G M Hydramatic.
“There may be other ‘32 Fords out there, but not all cars are created equal,” says the seller of the Pick of the Day, a 1932 Ford custom roadster. Indeed, this street rod seems like a superb rendition of a classic highboy Deuce, known as the Texas Playboy and good enough to earn a full […]
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