The 1932 Ford Roadster Model B was originally produced from 1932-1934 to replace the Model A, boasting an all-steel body and improvements in balancing and lubrication such as moving the fuel tank to the lower rear of the car from in the cowl. After WWII, many Model Bs were altered into hot rods, and to this day it is still one of the most sought-after body styles for street rods and hot rods.
Built in 2015, this authentic Roadster won a 2nd place award at the 2016 Cleveland Piston Power Auto-Rama, making it an instant crowd draw. It features a Scott Rod fiberglass body, all-steel hood and grille, tubed chassis and power rumble seat lid . . . with a striking Tangelo Orange metal flake exterior to add flash.
The engine was built by Pat Musi Performance with 553 hp on pump gas and 548 ft lbs of torque. The sheet metal intake has dual 4-barrel, quick fuel carburetors. Wildwood 4-wheel disc brakes, Crager wheels and $80k in receipts prove that no expense was spared in this show-stopping reproduction including the fabulous metallic paint.