1932 Ford Model 18 Roadster CustomFord Model 18s are a favorite for
hotrod customization kits, and with this build it is easy to see
why. A custom black interior with leather seats welcomes the driver
and passenger into a sturdy cabin behind a low, partially tinted
windshield. NFI installed a Holley Sniper EFI tuning kit for peak
performance out of this 468 big block. Pairing nicely with this
Chevrolet motor is the popular Muncie 4-speed manual transmission
for changing gears. The rear axle is from Frankland Racing Supply,
a quick-change rear end that carries with it the strength of the
name. In the front, 205/55 Dunlop Direzza tires perform the
steering on 15' wheels while much larger 315/60 Mickey Thompson ET
Street racing tires grip for acceleration on the rear end. Come
check out this hot rod, you're going to love the way it
drives.*CARFAX CERTIFIED *FULLY SERVICED *CALL 814-746-4213 NOW FOR
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1932 Ford Roadster
Location:North East, Pennsylvania
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