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1932 Ford Roadster
Old school hot rodding evolved from the mainstay it is today. In
its early beginnings, the best way for a car to go faster was to
reduce weight. That meant get rid of anything that was absolutely
not necessary body-wise...this starts with the obvious, hood,
fenders, top and any external things like bumpers, lights etc. Then
move to the interior where you would just have a bucket with two
seats. And so, it plays out, starting from the roots of hot
rodding, in those early days in California, and all to see who can
go the fastest!
For consignment, an all steel bodied stripped down to the bare
essentials, an Al's Rod Body creation roadster. Sans fenders, hood,
and top, nothing like the original Model A it was born as, but now
better, and definitely faster.
Reinforced with tubular steel, the steel panels are aligned very
nicely, and gaps are straight and tight. Pour on a nice 2 stage
blue, and add some flames just starting from the engine area, slap
on some red steel wheels with full moon hubcaps and deep dish trim
rings in shiny chrome, and a set of wide whites, and now you have
the classic look, from the beginning of the early days of hot
rodding. A freestanding chromed bracketed windshield sits proudly
behind the hood area. There is a hood included (not seen) and
consigner states that hardware is within the body to accept a
Looks like plenty of tan leather tuck and roll, clean bolsters and
brown piping on the single interior bench. The door panels emulate
this style too. This is fronted by a 1940's Ford metal dash which
matches the exterior blue and contains plenty of imbedded
chrome...for the instruments, the radio speaker, and clock
surround, which all look just fab within a blue field. Tan
carpeting is thick plush cut pile and is in a very clean state. An
aftermarket stereo is noted in the dash as well. An art deco style
2 toned white and blue steering wheel fronts the dash.
A 1961 Cadillac V8 at 390ci sits in the engine bay area, sports
electronic ignition, and is fronted by a newly installed Walker
Radiator. A 350 Chevrolet turbo transmission is bolted on as
All clear here for takeoff, no rust, no rotting, no problems! A
Vega steering box and a GM column provide the turning to get away
If you are into Old School Hot Rodding, then this is your ticket.
Mild flames, beautiful blue, and an overall very nice build.
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 300 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania,
conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76
Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and
our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for
more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
- Stock Number:1291