Gateway Classic Cars of Kansas City is excited to offer a very cool
1932 Ford 'High Boy' Roadster! The '32 Roadster is a car that has
transcended time and place and mere transportation to become a true
icon: a car that not only laid down the blueprint for the
quintessential American automobile, but also came to define a
uniquely American automotive genre. From Bonnie and Clyde to the
Beach Boys, Boyd Coddington and beyond, the 1932 Ford has seen it
all. Few cars have so effortlessly cruised across the broad
landscape of American popular culture, a remarkable achievement
considering it was a short-run model and fewer than 290,000 were
built and that the irascible Henry Ford had to be persuaded to make
it in the first place. At its launch in March 1932, it represented
the collective wisdom of some of the brightest engineers and
designers in Detroit. But it took a bunch of blue-collar backyard
mechanics looking for speed and thrills in the bright Southern
California sunshine to make the 1932 Ford immortal. Our
unbelievable black exterior with red interior 1932 example of this
American automotive legend is all buttoned down and ready to roll!
This Deuce has a powerful rebuilt 350 V-8 engine backed by a Turbo
350 trans with shift kit. Featuring a body by Show-Me Rod and
Custom, frame by LRS Inc. Chassis MFG. Add Dolphin gauges on the
interior and torque thrust style wheels to roll the radials and you
are in cool city! Gateway Classic Cars in Kansas City can help you
to get this deuce in your driveway! Call us today at (913)
815-1340. Gateway Classic Cars of Kansas City, 1202 South lone Elm
Road, Olathe, KS 66061.
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