If you?re looking for an attention-grabbing street rod that will get the looks this summer, look no further than this stunning custom-built 1932 Ford Roadster.
Finished in Black Mirror Gloss Base coat/clear coat, this gorgeous Roadster was custom built for the current owners by QE Coach & Chassis. Its laser straight finish has a beautiful luster that is further enhanced by its chrome and brightwork that is also in excellent condition. Custom hand-painted Red and White pinstriping provides additional distinction, as do its Red powder coated Gennie wheels wrapped with Coker whitewall radial tires. Baby moon hubcaps complete the package. In addition to top-down motoring, you?ll also appreciate the option of closed cabin touring afforded by its removable Black Hartz cloth hardtop.
The interior of this street rod is just as stunning as the exterior, featuring a top quality Red and White leather bench seat and black wool carpeting. In addition to its fully outfitted trunk, the bench seat lifts up to reveal additional storage space. Other comfort and convenience features include an Ididit tilt steering column, banjo leather-wrapped steering wheel, power windows and doors, ?Lectra-Lift trunk lid, AM-FM stereo with CD player, and Vintage Air. In addition, a full complement of VDO gauges will keep you informed about what?s going on under the hood.
Powered by a GMZZ4 350 CID engine mated to a TCI Streetfighter TH350 automatic transmission, this beauty generates an impressive 355 horsepower. Fuel is supplied by an Edelbrock 750 CFM carburetor. Other mechanical specs include the following:
? Powder coated Curbside frame rails
? Balls ?All Weather? roadster full fender body
? Steel running boards & hood
? Electric fan
? Ceramic coated headers
? Dual exhaust
? Heidts Superride front suspension with coilovers
? Coilover rear suspension
? 9? Ford rear end with 3.5 axle ratio
? Front & rear disc brakes
Having just 3,400 miles since built, this Roadster runs and drives as well as it looks.
One item of note is that the air conditioning is not currently working.
If an absolutely gorgeous street rod that is ready to go is what you desire, this 1932 Ford Roadster is the car for you!
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Exotic styling. Limited production numbers. Breakthrough technology.