1932 Ford Roadster Rod for sale! Motorcar Classics is thrilled to
offer this stunning 1932 Ford Roadster presented in single stage
Cobalt Blue with matching blue interior. This all-steel rod was
built by Bodie Stroud Industries of Los Angeles. Bodie Stroud is
well-known for the creations he has built for film and some of
Hollywood?s best known names, and is a TV personality in his own
right. Equipped with an aluminum block LS Corvette engine and TH350
transmission, this Roadster has only 3,860 miles! The rear end is a
Ford 9" with 4-link rear suspension and coil over shocks. The
wheels are Billet Specialties "Dagger" forged billet wheels. The
impressive interior is full multicolor leather with contoured
seats. There is also a matching rumble seat in the car. Options
include: Stewart Warner Power Series gauges, Locker shifter, Billet
Specialties Stiletto steering wheel, Pioneer stereo with navigation
and backup camera, power steering, full chrome serpentine system,
Tibbets wheel, Painless wiring, stainless steel Borla exhaust,
Brookville chassis, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes, stainless steel
lines, and more. This handsome roadster is well-sorted,
comfortable, and a delight to drive. This car was originally built
for a respected film producer and executive. This is a tremendous
value in a car that was built right by one of the most respected
craftsmen in the business.
1932 Ford Roadster
Location:Farmingdale, New York
Exterior Color:Cobalt Blue
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