1932 Ford Hi-Boy roadster was built by one of the top hot rod builders in Los Angeles.
Features The highest quality American glass body with opening doors and detailed trunk on an original 1932 Ford box frame.
Chromed Pete and Jake’s dropped front axle and 4-link coil over shocks on the 9 inch Ford rear end.
Undercarriage has lots of chrome including driveshaft, shows meticulous attention to detail from top to bottom powered by Chevy 350 CI roller motor with BDS blower putting out 470 HP through an aluminum four-speed manual transmission with hurst shifter.
Removable hardtop and side engine panels including the hood, Allowing for a completely different look.
Power disc brakes all around on centreline wheels with new rubber.
Less than 5000 miles since the build.
I just added a new tilt steering column fully chromed with banjo steering wheel.
Street-ready runs cool and handles great. Recent once over replacing seals and fluids.
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