Ford's classic 1932 roadster, better known as "the Deuce," has
been, and always will be, the quintessential hot rod.
Great-looking, with elegant, timeless lines that transcend its age,
lightweight - especially when shorn of its fenders - equipped with
a modified Ford or Mercury flathead V8 developing three to four
times its original output, "Deuce" roadsters were raced at
California's dry lakes and later at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
This iconic 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster originally a California car
was transformed into a hot rod in the 1950's from an original steel
body and has remained as such since with upgrades as the years have
This Deuce is currently running a Ford 302 cubic inch crate motor
with GT-40 aluminum heads, hydraulic roller cam shaft and producing
340 horsepower. The motor is mated to a C4 automatic transmission
with stall converter and 1955 Oldsmobile rear end with 3:10 gear
The interior presents very well with red seating and a straight
forward dash with Stewart Warner gauges and vintage Ford steering
wheel. Complete with a Lebaron Bonney 2" chopped top this hot rod
is set up for driving.
If you are looking for a 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster built with
original Henry Ford steel that is nostalgic and drivable this is
the hot rod you have been looking for.
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.
1932 Ford Highboy
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