1932 Ford Roadster. VIN 18121217. 8,000 miles on complete build. 350 V8 / Turbo 350 automatic / Ford 9" rear. TCI chassis. Show Me Rod & Custom glass body. Nice roadster.
•High quality fiberglass body with nice paint in "Washington Blue".
•Just as nice underneath.
•Sid Chavers Bop Top.
•16" steel wheels.
•Nice tan leather interior.
•Tilt steering column with '40 Ford steering wheel.
•350ci V8 with aluminum heads and intake, Mother Thumper camshaft.
•MSD ignition system.
•Ceramic coated headers.
•Turbo 350, 3 speed, automatic transmission.
•Ford 9" rear differential.
•4 wheel disc brakes.
•TCI chassis with chrome 4" drop axle and triangulated 4 link rear suspension with coil-overs.
•Aluminum radiator with electric fan.
•Runs and drives great.
•Stops and handles great.
•Titled as 1932 Ford Roadster.
•8,000 miles on complete build.
We are a licensed and bonded classic car dealer, located in Sherman, Texas.
** Please call us at 940-632-9454 to discuss the vehicle. **
Yes - WE TAKE TRADES. If you have a trade-in, please send photos of your trade, detailed information about your trade and the price you're looking to get for your trade.
All sales will be subject to document and state fees. All Texas residents will be subject to sales tax, document fees and state registration fees. By state law, all vehicles older than 10 years are sold as "mileage exempt", true mileage unknown.
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