The 1932 Ford Hi-Boy Roadster represents the pinnacle of
traditional hot-rodding. With its distinctive SoCal look, there is
no more timeless hot rod than this one. Tastefully constructed with
a flawless bright red finish, beautiful beige interior and matching
convertible top, cream smoothy wheels with big and little pie plate
tires, and chrome everywhere. What more could you ask for? However,
this seemingly simple design is enhanced with unique details
everywhere you look, from the banjo steering wheel to the leather
spring straps that secure the hood, this beauty really stands out.
This is a recent build that shows as new!
Show-Quality finish in bright red
Subtle pinstripe accents
Powered by 350 ci Chevy V8 with 4-Bolt Mains
Dual Quad Carbs
Ceramic Shorty Headers
Chrome and Polished Engine Accessories
Polished Stainless Dual Exhaust
3-Speed GM TH350 Automatic Transmission
4-Bar Mounted 9 inch Ford Rear
Front Dropped Tube Axle and Chrome Shocks
Custom Gauges in Beautiful Smooth Upholstered Dash
Tilt Column with Billet Banjo Steering Wheel
Beautiful Custom Beige Interior with Matching Trunk
Period-Correct Smoothy Wheels Finished in Beige with V8 Moons and
Polished Trim Rings
Custom Trailer Hitch
Beautifully Detailed Undercarriage and Suspension
The closer you look, the more you find! Check out the photos and
call Art & Speed at 901-850-0507 to find out how to make this
1932 Ford Highboy
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