Gateway Classic Cars Las Vegas is proud to present, this 1932 Ford
3 Window Hi Boy. 1932 Ford 3 Window Hi Boy that has been totally
customized and earned tons of awards. The list of custom parts is
extensive so we will just highlight a few here. Frame rails
stretched 2 inches, Outlaw chopped body, suicide doors with
poppers, 4 link suspension, chromed coil over shocks, Wilwoods at
all 4 corners, Mullens polished steering box and column, Street &
Performance 350 CID with aluminum heads, chromed Turbo 400 with
chromed driveshaft and Ford 9", power trunk lid with custom roll
pan and a retractable license plate! The beautiful interior is
finished with black leather and accented with black ostrich. The
custom dash is polished aluminum with VDO gauges. This car is
definitely a 'MUST SEE' as it is a multi-show winner and has been
featured in several magazines as well as the SEMA show. It can be
seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and a HD video at
For additional information please call our sales staff at
(702)830-9215 or email us at [email protected] Our
Las Vegas Showroom is located at: 6580 South Lindell Road Suite 300
Las Vegas, NV 89118. To view 3000+ classics or exotics, please
visit: https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/ To sell your classic or
exotic please call us - 702-830-9215 or visit:
1932 Ford Coupe
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