This roadster may have the style of a 1932 Ford, but the big motor
up front is a dual-quad supercharged Hemi. So when you're looking
for style and street-eating muscle in a flame-kissed package, this
one is absolutely irresistible.
This Henry Ford original steel-bodied roadster has all the best hot
rod style that means a lightweight fender-free look, the waterfall
grille, full moon racing disc wheel covers, classic drag tires,
frame-mounted headlights, and blue-dot taillights. And the paint
has the awesome flame-kissed look that starts at the (aptly named)
firewall and burns down the side. So this one has a ton of appeal
even if there wasn't a monster motor leading the way (more on that
in a moment.)
The soft top looks stylish in place, or you can remove it for a
true roadster either. Either way, you get plenty of deep black
style. The interior with the right comforts in mind. You have good
carpeting and a newly covered bench seat that has added bolstering
for you and your passenger. And the real focus inside is about
driving a proper driver's machine. That's why you have a sports
steering wheel on a tilt column, and the dash is dominated by
crisp/clear Stewart Warner gauges. And the tach is particularly
handy to go with the floor shifter.
Chrysler's 392 cubic-inch Hemi is a drag racing legend, but we
don't see them too often anymore in hot rods like this. So it makes
this roadster quite distinct, especially considering the consignor
claims this Hemi has been in this roadster since 1962! However, it
was rebuilt and a new supercharger added in 2017. According to the
consignor, the miles reflected on the odometer are since the engine
rebuild. It also has dual Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors, a
Weiand intake, and a Weiand blower to bring serious power to the
streets. It's even supported by good components, like steel braided
lines, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. You'll love the
high octane soundtrack every time you fire up this mighty motor as
it sings its powerful tune directly through those lake-style
headers. And the four-speed manual transmission puts you in
complete control of the awesome power and its thunderous
soundtrack. And to make sure the rubber meets the road you have
upgrades like a Ford 9-inch rear and a four-link with adjustable
coilovers all attached to what is believed to be the original frame
This is a roadster built with added care and the right flair. So if
you want a Hemi street machine, you know this one goes right to the
top of your list. Call today!!!
1932 Ford Roadster
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