This is your opportunity to own a Classic 1932 Ford Roadster with a Removable top and Beautiful Rumble Seat.
This 1932 Ford is a Westcotts Fiberglass body model 32 RJ and is mounted on a 1932 Chassis and Titled as a 1932 Ford.With a slightly older Restoration and some mild upgrades this 1932 Ford Roadster has a great running, Rebuilt Flathead 8 cylinder engine and as a real plus the Original Flathead engine goes with the sale of the car.
This 1932 Ford starts easily, drives like a dream and has always been a real eye catching contender at the local Classic car shows.
1932 Ford Roadster with Rumble seat. / Titled as a 1932 Ford. / Older Restoration. / 1932 Chassis. / Westcotts Fiberglass Body. / Washington Blue paint. / Gorgeous Saddle Tan Vinyl interior including the Rumble seat. / Light Tan color Soft Top (very easy to put up or take down). / Great Glass including side fins. / Tip out Windshield. / Stewart Warner Gauges. / Vacuum Wipers. / Seat Belts. / Turn Signals. / very smooth and strong Flathead 8 Cylinder engine. / Original Flathead goes with the car. / Manual 3 speed transmission. / Offenhauser Intake with 2 2 Barrel Carburetors. / Aluminum Radiator. / Electric Fans. / Luggage Rack. / Blue Dot tail lights. / New Tires including spare. / Spoke wheels and a lot more.
This 1932 Ford Roadster with Rumble seat is one of the most photogenic Classic Ford cars available today … The pictures do not lie… This old Girl is as Pretty as they come.
Always very well maintained, stored inside and located in Lapeer, Michigan, 48446.
No Trades, No Text messages and absolutely NO DISSAPOINTMENTS!
Call Tim Sleeman at: 586-838-0097 for more information.
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