This 1932 Ford Roadster, aka "Deuce Roadster," is an example of a
modern street rod conversion of the most iconic hot rod platform.
While retaining the basic essential looks and characteristics, this
roadster is based on a "real steel" 1932 Model B Roadster, one of
8,996 produced in 1932, Ford VIN DR114492CAL. Always a Southern
California car, this roadster was first transformed into a hot rod
in 1963 by Forrest Dunivin (Dunny) from Irvine, CA. Powered by a
1963 Corvette small-block 327ci engine with polished Offenhauser
aluminum intake manifold, Edelbrock carburetor, chrome air cleaner,
polished GM alternator and water pump, polished and painted finned
aluminum valve covers backed by a Turbo 350 automatic transmission
with transmission cooler and a 9-inch Ford rear end, power front
disc vented brakes and chopped canvas roadster top with chrome
frame. The windshield was chopped 3 inches, and there is a custom
Burgundy interior. The car retains the original steel fenders,
chrome front and rear bumpers, grille and stock Ford folding
25-louver hood, original cowl vent, factory door handles and
pedals, and modified dash with VDO gauges. The car rides on
polished Halibrand-style kidney wheels over a 4-link suspension
with chrome "Pete & Jakes" drop axle kit. Every component has
either been painted, powder-coated, polished or plated.
1932 Ford 1 Ton Flatbed
Model:1 Ton Flatbed
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