This Heritage fiberglass-body 1932 Ford custom roadster is finished
in a black exterior with a Camel leather interior, all-steel 1932
running boards and hood, Bob Drake chrome and stainless parts, and
an S10 Chevy 10-bolt rear end. It is powered by a 350ci engine
paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission with a Lokar nostalgia
shifter and an e-brake. Featuring an Holley carburetor with an
electronic distributor, chrome headers with polished intake, Billet
valve covers and wire looms, Griffin high-flow radiator with
adjustable electric fan and shroud combo, and a 16-gallon fuel
tank. Additionally, it has Heidts Superide with polished Wilwood
calipers and Aldan billet coilovers with adjustable dampening and
ride height. The interior features a climate control system, cruise
control and a Lecarra banjo steering wheel with a tilt wheel, a
Jensen CD player that is hidden in the custom-made lower dash, with
four 3-way speakers behind the fold-down seat, a pullout cup
holder, two drawers, storage pockets behind the seat and a fold-up
bop-top that fits in a fully upholstered, weatherstripped trunk.
This custom roadster rides on rides on Diamondback white-sided
tires (195x65-inch front/255x70-inch back) on Vintiques rims
(14x7-inch front/15x8 back) with 1941 Ford script caps. **TITLE IN
TRANSIT** **SOLD ON BOND TITLE**
1932 Ford Roadster
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