1932 Ford Hiboy
This very nicely built 1932 Ford Hiboy has the right look and all the right components. To replicate the car you would spend a lot more than the very reasonable asking price. The build is about 6 years old but don't let that scare you because it still has a fresh up to date look. The Wescott fiberglass body is nicely coated in a two stage Yellow paint which has no problem grabbing peoples attention and if you know body manufacturers then you are well aware that Wescott is among the highest quality. The frame has been painted to match and flows seamlessly with the body making it almost vanish under the car when looking at it from the side. To give it that original 1930s appearance the 4 piece hood has been louvered and the door hinges/handles left in place. This is much truer to the original 32 Ford then a lot of Hiboys you see. The original style trim also graces the hood ending with the Ford logo over the grill shell. A chopped front windshield sits up top and is nicely framed in chrome with added wind deflectors on each side. A nicely constructed Black canvas Lebaron-Bonney top comes with the car and is very easy to add and remove. This gives you the option of driving with or without a top making the car much more usable throughout the year so when your topless Hiboy friends are stuck inside you can still go out cruising. The car has a great stance and rides on American Racing Torque Thrust wheels with BFGoodrich radial sport tires.
Open up the four piece hood and you will be greeted with a very nicely built 350 V8 motor. When it comes to reliability you can't get much better and this car drives extremely well. The engine has been fitted with a ton of chrome which when paired with the Yellow block give the entire engine compartment a very clean look. Small touches like the yellow spark plug wires show you that the builder really put some care into the details. An Edelbrock 4 barrel carb sits on top and is fitted with a nice Billet air cleaner. The car has a great sound with ceramic coated headers, stainless exhaust, and trumpet tips routed out of the rear. Backing up the motor is a TH 350 3 speed automatic transmission which sends power back through the driveshaft into the Ford 8 inch rear end with 2.79 gears. There is no doubt that the car is show quality because the underneath is finished out just as cleanly as the top. You can easily slide mirrors under the car to show off that undercarriage while at indoor shows because it is a combo of chrome and Yellow that you just can't beat. The suspension system consists of a TCI 4 bar front suspension, painted drop axle, coil overs, and a 4 link set up in the rear. Front disc brakes are in place as is rack and pinion steering making it a very easy to drive street rod.
Take a look at the inside and you will see there was no sacrificing quality. It is all complete in Tan vinyl which has a nice finish showing very little signs of use. The bench seat is comfortable and has been fitted with matching seatbelts for extra safety. The dash is painted to match the exterior and is topped with white faced VDO gauges nicely mounted in a billet bezel. This is then framed with cleanly done pinstriping that matches the body. On a lower upholstered dash panel you will find the AM/FM/CD player with remote that delivers a great sound. In front of the driver is a matching leather wrapped steering wheel sitting on a polished column. In the trunk you will find the theme of traditional and nostalgia continues as it houses the nicely built and upholstered rumble seat. This cool street rod gets looks wherever it goes and is sure to add quite a few trophies to your collection.
Being offered up for $41,500.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $34,000.00!