This 2012 ASVE (1932 Ford Highboy) is now presented by Gateway
Classic Cars of Denver. The 1930s seen an array of models across
multiple brand names. Ford basically struck gold when the Highboy
was created, making one of the most sought-after bases to turn into
performance machines. This Highboy grabs your attention from square
one with a Red on Black color combo black convertible top and
aluminum wheels giving this car a truly rich stand-outish
appearance. Opening the door to the black interior you will see the
simplifying the dash instruments with Dolphin gauges giving this
car a more functional and attractive look. From the moment you turn
the key forward in this car you would notice the typical roar of a
fire breathing 350 CID V8. Pair that with the car only weighing
2100 lbs. and you have a hot rod that moves like a bat out of hell
and can get good gas mileage doing it. The Chevrolet V8 is bolted
to a 700R4 transmission which makes this car an absolute easy
pleasure to drive. To say this car is one of a kind is truly an
understatement and this unique piece should not last on the market
too long. Make sure you're a trophy winner by making sure this car
is the one you feature at the next car show. Other options include
a TCI Frame, 4 Wheel Disc brakes, custom convertible top, super
bell front axle, Ford 9 inch rear end. Titled as a 2012 ASVE with
all the looks of a 32'!
1932 Ford Highboy Replica
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