This 1932 Ford 3-window coupe has been owned and restored by
rockabilly artist Brian Setzer (Stray Cats). The all-original Henry
Ford steel hot rod underwent a custom restoration and features a
black exterior over a gray and red interior. Power comes from a
414ci 1958 Cadillac engine that has been bored, stroked and
balanced. The Cadillac V8 features custom engine mounts and is
paired to an automatic transmission. All components on this hot rod
- with exception of springs, shocks, front axle and transmission -
are from 1958 or older. This custom uses Lincoln brakes and
features a Ford F-100 steering box, 1940 Ford steering wheel and
column, and a custom shifter with original 1932 shift knob. Vintage
1958 Stewart Warner gauges and Harley police tracking Stewart
Warner speedometer. Additionally, the interior has all-original
parts, including the ashtray, cigarette lighter, original type
upholstery, seat and adjuster, as well as the sun visor. Included
is an autographed Brian Setzer Signature Model Gretsch Hot Rod
Hollow Body with Bigsby in brilliant Lime Gold. A truly rocking
instrument boasting as much swagger as the showman who inspired it.
Also included are three vinyl records signed by Brian. You'll
receive Brian's most recent solo album "Gotta Have The Rumble,"
which features his 1932 Ford Coupe in the album artwork, and his
hot-rod and fast-engine filled album "Ignition." **SOLD ON BONDED
TITLE** **TITLE IN TRANSIT**
1932 Ford 1 Ton Flatbed
Model:1 Ton Flatbed
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