1932 Ford HiBoy Custom
If you are in the market for a professionally built street rod but don't want to break the bank then look no further. This sweet 1932 Ford Hiboy custom roadster is being offered up at a great price and was built with all top of the line components. The fiberglass body is in great shape and coated in a Maroon paint that has a great finish. It features a steel hood and rides on a custom chassis that was painted to match. Chrome headlights are found up front with LED turn signals and a custom bent headlight bar. In rear LED are nicely mounted in place in chrome bezels. The chrome windshield frame has a great shine and has side mirrors mounted to both sides. It utilizes a tilt out windshield which is a nice nostalgic reference to the originals. Chrome 15 inch Cragar wheels are found at all four corners with wide 31x10.5 Michelin LTX M/S tires in the back.
The car runs well and being so lightweight the 350 V8 engine provides more than enough power. It delivers an awesome sound and for the ultimate tough look has custom ceramic coated headers running out the sides. When you run a car with no side panels the look of the motor becomes pretty important but you won't find any weak areas there. It features a lot of added chrome and billet components including a chrome water pump and chrome alternator for a show ready look. Mechanically the motor is just as well done with a Holly 350 double pumper carburetor, a performance cam, and Edelbrock performer RPM manifold. The motor is backed up by a 700R4 automatic transmission and a 8.8 positrac Ford rearend. Just like the the engine, the suspension components aren't hidden behind fenders so you will find everything has been nicely powder coated. The suspension features adjustable coil overs in front and rear and a triangulated 4 bar in rear. Other nice upgrades include the four wheel disk brakes and a remote transmission cooler.
The interior is complete in a light Gray ultra leather that is in great condition. The Gray pairs perfectly with the Maroon carpeting and all of it shows very little to no signs of use. A custom center console was built for the car and houses the AM/FM/CD player, additional storage and cupholders. White faced autometer gauges are mounted to the dash and the car also has a tilt steering column with billet wheel.
This cool street rod is ready for a good home and it shouldn't take it long to find one at this price!
Get it for a fraction of the build cost at only $33,250.00!
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