This 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster has the right blend of vintage
style and modern upgrades that instantly signal a top-quality build
done with a mindful eye. It even includes extras like an overdrive
transmission and four-wheel disc brakes. So if you love an
extra-sleek V8 street machine, you'll want to dig into the full
details on this package.
This is a careful custom build of an icon. You can see that the
fiberglass body is a quality example that shows of the sleek curves
that comes from enlisting a classic Ford for hot rod duty. The
Midnight Blue Metallic paint does a great job of having an
intimidatingly deep tone. And once the sunlight catches it, the
clearcoat and metallic awaken to really highlight the detailed
lines of this roadster. It has all the right hot rod touches, like
deleted fenders and engine side covers. That was done for weight
savings back in the day, but now it's just so people can get a
better look at the V8 and shining Billet Specialty alloys. In fact,
speaking of those wheels, it's great how the shine also draws
attention to the aggressive 18/20-inch front/rear stance. And the
polished suspension pieces show off more of this car's shine and
performance attitude. It shows you this one is all about quality,
speed, and style.
The interior is on display for everyone to see, and so they made
sure the was both function and flair. The seat is a perfect
example. It has a classic tuck and roll style pattern. And it also
has comfortable contouring and is finished in a supple leather.
Custom door panels, loop carpeting, and a clean dash complete this
well-done look. A car like this is built around the driver. That's
why the leather and chrome steering wheel is on a tilt column, you
have a nice Lokar shifter, and crisp AutoMeter gauges with a large
speedo and tach.
The 283 cubic inch V8 is dressed for show with plenty of shine on
polished pieces like the ribbed valve covers, matching air grabber,
upgraded pulleys, alternator, and much more. Plus, it has been
enhanced with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock performer
intake, and polished shorty headers that feed the dual exhaust.
There are even nice supporting components, like the electronic HEI
distributor and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. And if you
look at the undercarriage photos, you'll see more of the blue and
chrome that will have you putting a mirror under this one at the
car shows. You also have a better view of the hot rod-style
four-link front end. And in the rear, this loves to show off the
distinct upgrade of an independent suspension styled from a C3
Corvette. And as fresh as this one looks, it was also built for
driving. That's why you have great features many others don't have,
like a strong modern frame, four-wheel disc brakes, and a
four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
This is a highly detailed Highboy. So you know if you miss this
deal, you'll be envious of the one who takes it home. Don't miss
out, call today!