This 1932 Tudor rod is just out of storage. It is the real deal Ford original undamaged, unrusted, steel body and fenders. It includes everything to complete except upholstery. The frame has been boxed and all welds smoothed and the frame powder coated. Fasteners are stainless. It has front disc brakes. Rear end is 9" Ford. It's a small block Chevy with automatic. Has A/C, power windows, Panasonic overhead console with radio, stainless gas tank, vintage look chrome-painted wheels with Ford dog dish caps, tilt/telescope, power antenna, new chrome bumpers, custom hood with sides and mechanism, complete top kit with muslin, padding, black vinyl and hidem, insulation.
Included: all glass, window channel, A/C hoses and vents, garnish mouldings, new Painless wiring harness (complete 18 circuit), much more.
Cars runs, drives, and stops and would not take much to be roadworthy.
The Pick of the Day looks ready for a back-in-time road trip
The stylish 1937 Ford is a popular platform for custom hot rods and race cars, the engines commonly replaced with small-block Chevy V8s, such as the Pick of the Day
This old Ford two-door sedan is truly a veteran, not just as an original survivor and bona fide ‘barn find,’ but as an actual Army veteran of World War II.
The gigantic Goodguys hot-rod show last weekend at WestWorld has me psyched for cool custom cars.
Pick of the Day has been driven less than 51,000 miles since new
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Car accounts for nearly half of the sales total at first-time auction
And not only parts, but entire crate engines, with or without supercharging
The Pick of the Day is 6-cylinder roadster with low mileage and a modest price tag