1932 Ford Highboy Roadster nice high end build with convertible top and side curtains. This beautiful Roadster is bright red with complete chrome front end and billet rear coil overs, running big block power Chevy 454 with automatic transmission and it even has vintage air conditioning .
This vehicle has a BeBops fiberglass body which has a reputation of being of very high quality. Even though this vehicle was built few years ago the finish is excellent. It is built in the traditional hot rod style of the 50's with large antique style headlamps, dropped chromed tubular front axle with chromed shocks and trailing arms, door handles, greyhound figure on the grille shells steel wheels with small caps and chrome trim rings with large tires in the rear and smaller tires in front. It carries the stance of the 50's street rod and everything is very appropriate to carry out the 50's theme everything is professionally done.
The drive train is quite modern with a 454 cubic inch Chevrolet engine of relatively high horsepower. It is equipped with a higher performance camshaft, aluminum intake manifold with a 750 cfm carburetor (appropriate for this engine) and tubular exhaust headers with dual exhaust. It carries lots of chrome on the engine, the front axle, shocks and trailing arms. The transmission is a Turbo 350 automatic governed by a side shifter on the column. The rear end is 9" Ford heavy duty unit with a 3:50 to 1 gear ratio (perfect for cruising) The front brakes are disc while the rear brakes are drum style.
The interior is done tastefully in tan leather which complements the red exterior and dash color. The steering column is chrome with a custom steering wheel. It has custom gauges in the dash as well as a working air conditioning unit. It is also equipped with safety seat belts for the protection of occupants and alarm system.
Car is turn key and absolutely a blast to drive.
For more details please call or text 321 663 6608
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