1932 Ford Roadster is an opportunity of a lifetime. It's one of the
last to go. Ardun Roadsters never come up for sale. You will never
find a finer or well built one, it took over 10 year period of
getting right parts for this build. Engine is a work of art. Have
bills, no expense spared. 284 CI with 4 1/8 crank. Dynoed over 1 HP
per cubic inch 286-HP. 97 carbs on rare intake. Runs cool. Trans 39
Ford with Zephyr gears, fly wheel, pressure plate HD. All balanced.
Halibrand rear end with big axles and brakes. Hand built exhaust
headers. excellent work. Beautiful original frame, rear cross
member, built so no floor was cut, for rear end. No split bones,
built as should be. All steel- serial # 18-4882551, original
firewall, frame, grill shell, early brookville body with cowl vent
and special built seat. All chrome front end with beautiful tube 37
axle. Drives great. Hood professionally louvered, no repo. As you
can see in the picture.Put 40 wheels on front 46 wheels on rear
with firestones, 32 hubcaps- This won Goodguys Southeastern
Nationals Hottest Hot Rod in 2017 and Period Perfect in 2018. The
firewall is personally signed by the famous hot rod builder and
driver. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our
clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom
with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First
and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1932 Ford Roadster
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