1932 FORD ROADSTER CUSTOM This is a true jewel of a 1932 Ford
Roadster. The body is top quality hand laid by renowned Hannamann
of Southern California sitting on a full custom frame. The full
steel hood, latch system and radiator is by Dan Fink Metalworks.
The roadster is powered by a built 383 GM Performance Stroker crate
motor with a performance cam and fully dressed for show.
Transmission is a 350 Turbo fully polished. The power is delivered
to the ground with a 9" Ford rear with newer 3.10 gears. Disc
brakes at all corners assure the stopping. Fully polished stainless
steel exhaust makes for the full throaty sounds exiting the chromed
rectangular rear outlets. The interior is a showcase itself with
chromed Flaming River column, Billet Specialties leather wrapped
steering wheel (matching the wheels), full leather seating, door
panels, carpet and trunk by Gabe's Custom Interiors. The incredible
one-off hand formed polished billet dash insert houses all the
Classic Instruments gauges and controls with Ron Francis wiring
system. Billet Specialties "SLD89" series polished billet aluminum
wheels fitted with BFG Radial TA 255/R70/15 rear and BFG Advantage
195/R60/15 front accentuate the classic stance. The striking color
is Viper Blue and catches your eye from every angle. This could be
the Jewel of any garage, make it yours today. ***If you are viewing
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