The big tire stance, sleek steel body, custom leather interior, and
a freshly rebuilt V8 power are all part of a total package that
proves this 1932 Ford Roadster has been given all the right
investments to be an awesome way to represent a custom car icon.
And just wait until you here this one's rumble!
The bold blue paint is a great way to announce a street machine. It
has been expertly applied, and the metallic glow in the total
package really lets you see the details of the well-presented all
steel body. In fact, with only about 1,500 miles on the full build,
this has the sharp lines of a fresh machine. So you can really see
there was extra care to be sure all the body line and gaps are so
great. And more than just a quality look, this one has the absolute
appearance of speed. It's a true hot rod with no fenders, shaved
door handles, and the terrific aggressive stance from staggered
15/16 inch front/rear wheels with extra meaty rear tires. Even
chrome was thoughtfully placed to draw your eye to correct street
machine pieces like the low-cut windshield and the drilled front
I-beam. So it's a true stunner with a killer stance.
Because these are built to be open to the world, the interior is
just as impressive as the exterior. The seat has been sectioned for
bucket-like comfort and it's finished in a supple leather. The tuck
and roll style inserts in these seat is also repeated on the side
and door panels for a uniform custom appearance. A hot rod like
this is a driver-focused machine. That's why you get a grippy
three-spoke sports steering wheel. And the smooth dash is dominated
by a retro-style Classic Instruments full gauge pack with large
speedo and tach.
There's nothing cooler that pulling up to a show and lifting both
sides of the butterfly hood. And since they knew you'd be doing
this plenty, they also made sure the motor was a true stunner.
There's a jewel-like shine on the air grabber and Chevrolet scrip
valve covers. But the true precious metal looks like it's on the
exhaust manifold. Seriously, those polished tubes look like they
should be on the gates of mansion instead of under the hood of a
car! More than just style, this motor has a ton of substance. It's
a 327 cubic-inch V8 where the low miles on the odometer represent
the low mileage of the motor's build. They utilized the right
performance components, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, a
Winters 327 aluminum intake, and an MSD ignition. The Comp Cams
Nostalgia camshaft adds power to the motor, and it also creates an
awesome classic V8 rumble as it feeds the titanium exhaust tubing.
The TH350 three-speed automatic transmission is as fresh as the
motor, and it has a B&M stall converter to keep you in the
ideal powerband. The undercarriage photos prove that every inch of
this car looks fresh. And you'll also spot the right hot rod
pieces, like polished hairpins up front and ladder bars with
adjustable coilovers in the rear.
We have plenty of build receipts and the service manual that comes
with the sale. It's all part of an awesome and fresh Ford built to
truly honor the iconic street machine. Call today!!!