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For Sale: 1932 Ford Roadster in Hanover, Massachusetts

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Vehicle Description

Take a look at this really nice 1932 Ford Roadster brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars. Car was built in 1960 with an early Wescott body and frame - Number 35. This beautiful teal green with black fender car features a new 5.0 Liter Ford Engine that has been bored .04 over with aluminum heads, mild roller cam, Nascar aluminum 4 barrel manifold, and new Holley 4 Barrel 600 CFM carb. Set up also includes headers, Aluminum radiator and Coolline comp electric fan. Powermaster 140 AMP Alternator and Mini starter Hi torque. Engine driven less than 2000 miles since installed. C4 auto transmission with Lokar Shifter and Parking brake. Ford 8 inch rearend with 3.08 Posi gears. Rack and Pinion steering by Unisteer. Dual exhaust. Electric Wiper. Interior features include a nice brown leather interior including rumble seat by Lebaron and Bonney in excellent condition. Auto-Meter gauges, Flaming River column with Lecarra Steering Wheel, modern stereo system with I-pod connection and heater. Car has halogen headlights and LED taillights with 3rd stop light mounted behind rear spare. Convertible top in great condition with no rip or tears. Paint on Body is 4 years old and in excellent condition. All fenders painted black within last year and look great. Frame painted as well. New Hankook tires mounted on keystone wheels. Disc brakes in front and drums in the rear. Car has has been very well maintained by owner/mechanic since purchased 9 years ago and everything works as it should. Car runs very well and sounds great. Offered at $35,900 OBO! Call Jeff for more information. Thanks for Looking.

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1311944
  • Price:$35,900
  • Location:Hanover, Massachusetts
  • Year:1932
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Roadster
  • Exterior Color:Teal Green & Black
  • Interior Color:Brown
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:2000
  • Stock Number:1932FORDRDS
  • VIN:32RDS00035

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