If you're in the market for a Street Rod you've found the next big
purchase. After checking out this classic 32 you will have a tough
time walking away. Not only is it being offered up at a great price
but is of very high quality. This isn't a cheap 32 that needs work.
The fit and finish on this thing is second to none and is
comparable to all the 50-60K Roadsters out there. The classic Hiboy
body was put out by Show Me Customs and is laser straight. This
custom is coated in Bright yellow and was buffed out to a great
shine. The firewall is coated white which help to break up the
Yellow perfectly. Black and Yellow pinstriping grace the firewall,
gas tank, grill shell, and more. It was very well done and the
custom graphics look awesome. The attention to detail on this car
is part of what makes it so nice. Examples of this can be seen in
the rear chrome bar. Not only is it slightly beveled giving it a
different appearance but has the Ford logo striped on it in Yellow.
The more you look at the car the more things like this start
jumping out at you. The front spreader bar is also beveled and have
holes drilled where they are mounted. These holes reflect the same
style that grace the rear bar, custom sidepipes, center console,
and more. This shows you how this isn't a car that was just getting
built piece by piece. There was a plan that was followed. On these
kinds of cars the front end is exposed so its important that it
looks great. The Super Bell front end is all chrome and has a great
shine. Other suspension includes the coil overs that are also
polished. The car has a nice stance and rides on chrome reverse
baby moon wheels with fresh white wall tires.
The engine on this classic is just as nice as the rest of the car
and is topped with tons of chrome. Check out the table below to get
a breakdown of the various components. The scoop style air cleaner
looks great on the car and is also graced with yellow Ford
lettering. The GM Turbo 350 transmission fits right in place and
shifts very well. The car has GM disc brakes up front for extra
stopping power and standard Ford 9" rear brakes.
350 Chevy throttle body motor
bored 30 over
heads with .194 intake valves (fresh valve job)
Edelbrock Performer Cam
Double row timing chain
Edelbrock lifters and pushrods
Edelbrock performer intake manifold
Edelbrock 4 barrel carb
Accel HEI distributor
Walker radiator and fan (with manual switch)
The interior on this car is immaculate and no corners were cut
here. You will see circle brushed aluminum gracing various
components that really look awesome. It makes for a nice solid
appearance and that perfect touch of custom. This aluminum also is
found on the custom side pipes that have a great sound. Its all
finished out in Blue and White ultra leather that are extremely
comfortable. The dash has a custom panel underneath to house the
added Pioneer AM/FM/CD player that have a great sound. The VDO
white faced gauges look great on the dash next to the V8 custom
winged graphic. The tilt column is a brushed aluminum style and is
topped with a Pete and Jakes custom blue wrapped steering wheel.
One of the coolest features on the car has to be the center
console. It looks great and houses the ignition switch as well as
the polished B&M shifter. The Beige cloth top on the car has a
great fit and looks really good on the car.
You won't regret buying this custom. It has a ton of awesome
features and needs absolutely nothing!
This car is worth every penny if not more than $39,250.00!
1932 Ford Street Rod
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