1932 Ford Roadster. Affectionately called Highboy or Lowboy
depending on channeling and stripped down fenders, hood, and other
non-essentials. This Deuce (1932) comes to us from a local
Oh, Hell yes! Our customers trust us to sell a Corvette or a Hot
Rod. This Roadster doesn't disappoint.
You've likely been researching and reading the Ford enthusiast
blogs and articles. You landed on our listing because you found
your dream car!
A quick summary of why the 1932 is the conversion of choice. Even
Chip Foose, the master builder who turns cars into art, has a 1932
Ford Hot Rod. Here are a few comments from Chip from his article
with our friends at Hagerty Media.
- Form following function...the '32 Ford, everything from the body
shape to the placement of the front axle is just right.
- The '32 Ford's grille shell has become collectible in its own
- This was Ford's first vehicle to integrate the frame rails into
the car's overall design.
- In 1932, Ford moved the front axle farther back, just behind the
radiator shell. This gave the entire car better visual balance.
- With 14 body styles employing varying lines, arcs, and lengths,
the model opened up the playbook for hot-rodders.
- 1932 Fords sold on West Coast assembled with 25 vertical louvers
stamped on each side of the hood, while East Coast Deuces only 20
vertical louvers, the discrepancy allows rodders to further
personalize their '32. (Corvette Mike Midwest's Deuce is West Coast
25 stamped hood)
- This was the first year for Ford's all-steel-reinforced body.
Thus, the car was much lighter.
- It can be restored, chopped, channeled, sectioned, lengthened, or
shortened-the possibilities are endless. Long live the Deuce.
You can see Chip Foose designing an actual 1932 Roadster just like
the one listed here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LjcP7HJenOY
Details for our Deuce.
As with all our cars, we don't hunt the auctions or shuffle cars
from dealer to dealer. Our cars are hand-picked and come from
enthusiasts like you. This is a very special car that drives
- Steel Body by Rod Bods Downunder
- Finished exterior paint is Seafoam Green. We included various
lighting set ups so you can see how the daylight shade and sun move
the Seafoam paint toward green or blue. It's truly beautiful.
- 351 Ford Windsor Engine
- C4 Automatic transmission
- 8" Ford rear end with Moser axles
- Split wishbone and buggy spring rear suspension
- 4" dropped front axle with hairpins
- 7" Guide-style headlights
- 1950 Pontiac-style taillights
- Classic Industries Gauges
- Custom distressed leather interior
- Limeworks steering column with leather wrapped Lecarra banjo
- Firestone tires wrapped around Rocket Racing Igniter wheels
- 14-gallon fuel system
Please call Bob at 630-230-0441 or visit CorvetteMikeMidwest.com -
Bob is our Sales Manager and a former NCRS judge.
Corvette Mike Midwest
60 Shore Drive
Burr Ridge, IL 60527
Conveniently located just 15 miles west of downtown Chicago, 20
miles from O'Hare Airport, 10 miles from Midway Airport.
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