This black 1932 Dearborn Deuce has 65 miles since completion. It
has a fuel-injected 396ci small-block Chevy V8 engine with 4-bolt
mains, Kinsler independent stacks and ACCEL stand-alone
electronics, Edelbrock heads and Billet Specialties front runner
serpentine kit and valve covers. Backing the engine is a Hughes
Performance 4L60E automatic transmission coupled to a polished
Winters quick-change rear end with QA1 shocks to get the power to
the ground. The detailed frame and undercarriage include a chrome
SO-CAL front 4-inch drop axle, with Wilwood 4-piston disc brake
calipers hidden underneath the polished aluminum brake drums. The
driveline is chrome, the shift linkage is chrome, the exhaust is
chrome and all the brake lines, fuel lines, etc., are either
chromed or polished. The all-steel body has also been modified with
a custom, handmade stainless-steel grille with 1940 Ford center bar
with a frenched-in grille emblem. The body has a hideaway
convertible top that has been chopped 4 inches, as well as shaved
door handles, louvered hood and side panels, and a custom fuel tank
cover with louvers. The interior hosts a 1940 Ford dash with
frenched AutoMeter gauges, working glove box, Vintage Air
climate-control unit with hidden vents and a 1940 Ford steering
wheel. The Marbleized Caramel leather interior stitching was done
by James Valenzuela. It has tweed carpet, custom floor mats, a
Flaming River column, electric windows and a secret compartment in
the trunk to access the electronics. It was built by WW Hot Rods in
West Linn, OR, and has sat in a heated garage ever since. **
1932 Ford Model B
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