For Sale: 1932 Ford Highboy in St. Louis, Missouri

Vehicle Description

Offered here is a stellar example of a 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster built using body components and stage III chassis from Bebops Glassworks. This is a full-fendered unit professionally finished in Gloss Black with Tan accent pinstripe and beautifully executed Brown leatherette interior! It also comes with a removable Sid Chavers BopTop and custom side curtains in tan cloth that all collapse to fit into the trunk. Bebops Glassworks has been well recognized in the hot rod industry for producing high quality fiberglass bodies of various styles. One would be hard-pressed to criticize how tight fitting the door and components parts are structured and reinforced. The same can said for the chassis development. They are built equally strong using only the best products on the market to meet high expectations!

Features are abundant on this Highboy Roadster to include widened fiberglass fenders and reinforced running boards to allow for wider wheels & tires. On the ground are chrome Ridler 5-spoke wheels measuring 17x7" up front and 20x10" at the rear! The engine side covers are absent with LimeWorks leather hood tether straps in place instead. At the front, a chrome V-bar is fitted with LED parking lights/turn signals incorporated, with oval-shaped LED taillamps and matching chrome spreader bar at the rear. The chassis features boxed rails with round tube crossmembers, 4-wheel disc brakes with dual circuit master cylinder, uni-steer rack & pinion steering system, 4" dropped I-beam front axle, forged spindles, hairpin bars; Pete & Jakes leaf spring, shackles, & chrome shocks; triangulated 4-link rear suspension with adjustable QA1 coil-over shocks and Ford 9" axle housing a 3.50:1 posi-traction axle ratio! The Stage III chassis features suspension and steering components in polished stainless steel for an outstanding presentation!

Power comes provided by a crate engine professionally built by Blue Print Engines of Kearney, NE in the form of a Ford 306ci V8 fitted with a machined & balanced rotating assembly, hypereutectic pistons, OEM connecting rods, cast steel crank, hydraulic roller cam, Blueprint aluminum heads, Edlebrock PRM Air Gap aluminum intake, FAST EZEFI fuel-injection system, electronic ignition, March billet pully serpentine belt system, chrome alternator & a/c compressor, aluminum radiator, tube headers, and more! It presents very well and runs wonderfully! The Blueprint Engines are dyno-tested and covered under one of the best warranties in the in the crate engine industry! This was factory dyno-tested at 387 horsepower and 367 lb. ft of torque! This all mates to a 5-speed World Class Tremec T-5 manual transmission for classic three pedal driving excitement and overdrive gearing for easy highway use!

The original builder had a wonderful eye for detail, and left room for a cup holder! Components selected in the process are all of high quality. Instrumentation is provided through AutoMeter classic white dial gauges, Vintage Air components for the air conditioning, polished steering column with tilt and classic banjo style wheel, high back bucker seats with side bolsters, tinted windshield, carpeted floor mats that snap into place, lap belts for safety, Pioneer audio system with terrific speaker placement for excellent sound on the open road, and integrated battery disconnect and charging system for times of storage. Having just under 3,000 miles on the odometer, this High Boy Roadster is hardly broken in! Finished in 2018 and titled appropriately as a 1932 Ford. Please feel free to call with any questions or to schedule a chance to view it in person!

Vehicle Details

  • 1932 Ford Highboy
  • Listing ID: CC-1614004
  • Price: $59,900
  • Location:St. Louis, Missouri
  • Year:1932
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Highboy
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Interior Color:Brown Vinyl
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:2885
  • Stock Number:S3553A
  • VIN:B2651554
Listed By:
St. Louis Car Museum
1575 Woodson Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63114

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