The Chip Buckley's 50's/60's Famous Traditional three-window '32
Coupe was the 2013 Street Rodder Magazine Cover Car "The WOW
Factor" a traditional Hot Rod build! Builder George "Desert Head"
Gorgeous custom built the Deuce Frame. Boxed the American Stamping
rails / frame strong enough to meet NHRA guidelines! The cool rake
is achieved by the 4-inch drop Super Bell I-beam axles. Custom
Currie 9-inch rear end with 3:70 gears with limited slip and 31
spline high performance axles.
The 350ci is a work of art built by Champion Auto and assembled by
Buddy Dughi. Ignition is handled by a Joe Hunt magneto. The cool
Fenton 4-into-2 exhaust headers feed into a custom 2-inch exhaust
system and cloth-covered plug wires go a long way in contributing
to the coup's period appearance. A Muncie M22 "rockcrusher"
four-speed transmission and a Centerforce clutch and aluminum
The '32 glass three-window body has a 3-1/2-inch chop shows a
stunning House of Kolor paint was done by Ratical "Rat" Automotive.
The flames gives the finishing touch were designed and sprayed by
Jimmy C. The 50's correct pinstriping was done by David Austin.
The classics interior for a 50's-style street rod is lipstick red
tuck 'n' roll on a bench seat. "Big Mike" Romo at Mike's Auto Tops
& Upholstery installed the Glide Engineering tilt back bench,
inside panels and headliner.
The dash is a vintage ribbed aluminum Champion dash painted to
match the valve covers. Stewart-Warner Wings series gauges: water
temperature, tach, speedometer, and fuel. The '40s Ford steering
wheel and chrome '40 column. Hurst shifter changes the gears in the
It just does not get any better than this!
It could be yours for $48,500.00!
This car is being represented for a collector in the Seattle,
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