Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is thrilled to present this 1932
Ford Roadster Sprint Car (Titled as a 1932 Ford SPCON) for sale on
consignment with our Arizona showroom, located in North Phoenix.
Well, if you were looking for something that is fun, funky and
street legal that you can enjoy on your own then this might be it!
Starting with a steel body that's been painted in Purple and Yellow
painted script, this Roadster is exciting to look at let alone
drive. The Yellow painted wire wheels and leaf spring suspension
are humble but appropriate for this build. The heart rate of any
gear head will really get going when you check out the powertrain
on this Sprint Car; a 1940 model year 59 L Block motor is visible
from both sides of the engine compartment. Featuring Offenhauser
heads, a Herman and Collins race cam, stainless steel valves,
adjustable lifters and two Stromberg 97 2bbl carburetors, this 1932
Ford is ready to rock and roll. Although there is no reverse gear,
this Sprint Car has 3 forward gears that turn the rear wheels
through a stock '32 rear end geared 3.78 for great off-the-line
acceleration as well as performance at speed. Since there's a gas
pedal on one side and a clutch on the other in the cockpit of this
one-seat racer, braking is controlled by the pull lever to the left
of the seat between the body and the exhaust. There are brakes on
all four wheels of the vehicle. As aforementioned, there's just one
Black vinyl seat in this vehicle and an instrument cluster with
gauges for water temperature, oil pressure and a tachometer.
There's an electric fan switch and the seller recommends this be
used once operating temperature exceeds 190 degrees Fahrenheit.
This is a once-in-a-blue-moon opportunity to buy a car that will
grab anyone's attention. Give our educated and professional Sales
staff a call at (623) 900-4884 to get more information on this 1932
Ford Sprint Car SPCON. Alternatively, emailing
[email protected] is an easy way to get in touch
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