1932 Ford Roadster. Show Me Rod & Custom roadster body, hand landed
fiberglass, Chopped front windshield, hood, aluminum radiator and
shell. Hot Shoe bobbed frame, Pete & Jake's Super Bell dropped
front axle assy. with aluminum hubs and Wilwood disc brake. Pete &
Jake's four-bar front and rear suspension. 9" Ford rear end with
the pumpkin center in the housing, 3:70 limited slip differentials
with new drum brakes. SBC 350 cu in., FloTek aluminum heads with
200 cc intake runners, 78cc exhaust runners, angle plugs, 64cc
combustion cambers, 2.02" & 1.60' stainless steel valves, 1.6
stainless steel roller rockers. Howard 'Rattler' cam and matched
lifters kit. MSD ignition system Aluminum high-rise with a new
Holley 650 CFM carburetor. ARP hardware, TH 350 automatic
transmission with a "Vette' torque converter, build by Dan at
D&D Transmission, Kansas City, MO. Lokar shifter and boot.
15x6" front aluminum wheels and 15x8" rear aluminum wheels, BF
Goodrich T/A tires mounted front and rear. RCI 15 gallon fuel cell
and battery mounted in the trunk. LED taillight. Lokar Emergency
brake handle and cables. Red Interior by "Famous Dave's", Paola,
KS. Seat is non-adjustable but can be remounted with safely belts.
Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home
and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about
25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1932 Ford Roadster
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