We're going to give you a simple choice, spend years dreaming and
scheming for your perfect 1932 Ford Highboy, or you can realize
that it's right in front of you and ready to go. With the right
stance, distinct details, amazing detail work, proper V8 power,
four-on-the-floor, and only about 2k miles on the whole build, your
dream is a turn-key affair.
The low mileage is your first indication that this is a fresh
build, but even if you didn't know the odometer, the first
impression would instantly convey this hot rod's crisp quality.
Matte black is the kind of color that looks like it's out to
consume all the light around it, and so it works perfectly for this
custom build. But to really make the scene, there always has to be
some touches of brightwork. So on this one it really stands out on
the grille, headlight surrounds windshield mounts, and of course,
the great-looking two-piece wheel trim that draws your eye to the
extra meaty rear rubber. There is even a well-coordinated splash of
color with the red front shocks matching the red ford logo up
front. But the most striking parts of this car is its overall use
of black. The matte finish of the body has a distinctive look
against the glossy finish of the frame. And when the black roof is
in place, this one has a triple-tone look that's both intimidating
and distinctly handsome.
The interior is just as thoughtful as the exterior. It continues
the black dominance, which also draws your eye to the contrasting
white features like the pleated seat inserts and the Hurst shifter
ball. The four-spoke wheel and simple dash give this the classic
custom rod feel, but as you dig deeper, you see that there are all
the right upgrades. For example, you have an Ididit tilt steering
column, modern AutoMeter gauges, and a handy column-mounted tach.
Plus, heaters are a rarity on these hot rods, but you'll instantly
feel the advantage any time you want to be first in line at the
Sunday morning car show. There's even a nice AM/FM/CD stereo, but
we really know your favorite soundtrack begins under the hood.
The engine bay is just as clean as the rest of the build. You're
looking at a fresh crate 350 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply with
an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a terrific
tune thanks to shorty headers feeding the Borla dual exhaust. You
have complete control over the power and that high-performance
soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. This feed
a limited-slip Ford 9-inch rear. The undercarriage photos reveal a
true hot rod setup that's fresh, too. It includes hairpins up front
with a Pete & Jake's front disc brakes kit. In the rear are ladder
bars with adjustable coilovers.
The sale comes with a stack of build receipts documenting the
thousands $$$$ spent getting it looking so nice. So you know this
is the midnight-style street machine you need to get your hands on.