This 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster is true old school. The
flame-kissed paint, tuck-and-roll interior, and flathead V8 power
are all there so you can truly enjoy the classic hot rod
Vintage hot rod style meets a more modern fiberglass body on this
roadster. That's a desirable combination where you know you have a
younger/lighter body that is more resistant to corrosion. And it
still keeps steel in the right places, like the engine side panels.
It all makes for a straight body that loves to show off all the
custom paint work. The glossy black creates a great canvas for the
artful custom flame package. It starts consuming the front end with
a yellow-hot look that fades into red as it burns down the body.
It's a true classic hot rod paint job, and the rest of the car
reinforces the look, too. You see it in the deleted fenders,
whitewall tires, two-piece wheel trim, steeply raked windshield,
and the cool side exhaust pipes.
The interior is done in a vibrant red that really keeps the old
school feeling going. After all, you have a great tuck and roll
pattern that's not only on the wraparound seat, but also the side
panels, firewall, and carpet inserts. You have the right modern
features, like seatbelts and a comprehensive VDO gauge package. But
really, nothing gets in the way of the vintage feeling. That's why
you have the Ford dual-spoke wheel and the skull sitting at the end
of the classic three-speed column shifter.
The fiberglass forward tilt hood makes for a great way to showcase
the motor, and it's always great to see classic Ford flathead power
in a Highboy. This 221 cubic-inch V8 keeps the hot rod look going
with the Grancor ribbed head covers and dual single-barrel carbs
sitting on top. But this is also built to be a better driver, and
that's why you have a 12-volt electrical system and an electric
cooling fan mounted in front of the radiator. The motor loves to
fire up with the cool flathead sound out of the dual exhaust. Plus,
there are cutouts up front any time you want to bring some real hot
rod thunder. This also has the right suspension details to be both
vintage and useful. The front is a polished four-link, and you have
adjustable coilovers in the rear.
This is the iconic Highboy done right. So if you love to turn heads
while going old-school, call today!