This professionally built custom 1932 Ford pickup competed for
America's Most Beautiful Roadster. Troy Ladd and his crew at
Hollywood Hot Rods spared no expense on this build and it is
powered by a 429ci Jon Kaase Boss Nine V8 engine backed by a TREMEC
T56 Magnum 6-speed manual transmission and American Powertrain
Science Friction clutch. Equipped with polished BBR pure
performance filters, C. Cook Enterprises stacks wired with FAST
electronic fuel injection and backed by with custom exhaust.
Additionally, it is equipped with a quick change rear axle and
limited-slip differential with 3.50 gears and a Kinmmont brake
setup. Finished in Custom PPG Ox Blood red, it sits on a full
custom-built chassis with custom Moal Coachbuilders suspension and
the wheelbase has been stretched to accommodate a full-size bed
with the custom steel body. The custom leather interior features
German square weave carpet, a custom-built center console, custom
bucket seats and panels, a Flaming River column and classic
instrument gauges as well as a hidden blue tooth stereo system. It
rides on custom one-off Intro wheels.
1932 Ford 1 Ton Flatbed
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Model:1 Ton Flatbed
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