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  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Roadster
  • Type: Other
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1932
  • Mileage: 3,630
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 350 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1932 Ford Roadster Description

Like rods the way they used to be? This 1932 Ford hi-boy roadster is textbook tradition in every way. Great colors, mpressive build quality, nd plenty of performance mean this rod delivers an old school look with no compromises.A stripped-down roadster is the essence of speed, nd this black '32 delivers that classic look from nose to tail. The body itself is fiberglass, ut at this point, oes it really matter? The lines are exact and the ultra-smooth bodywork is worthy of the black paint. Things like the hinges, oor handles, nd cowl lights have been shaved and the windshield was raked back a bit, ll in the quest for style and speed. The half hood shows off the mechanicals underneath and there's a single red pinstripe to highlight the belt molding, little detail that a lot of traditional hot-rodders embraced. The traditional '32 Ford grille is flanked by big '34 Ford commercial headlights and a chrome spreader bar, hile the rear end is decorated with familiar teardrop-shaped '39 Ford taillights with LEDs inside. It's a look that's worked for decades and it'll never go out of fashion.It's pretty likely that few roadsters in the early days of hot rodding had interiors this beautifully finished. A contoured bench seat is wrapped in bright red vinyl with pleats, classic look that extends to the door panels as well. Full carpets are a luxurious feature in any roadster and they're protected here by a set of custom-made floor mats. The instrument panel is a neat engine-turned piece full of big, old Auto Meter gauges and the 3-spoke steering wheel has a vintage track racer vibe. It feels natural to rest your hand on the Lokar shifter and there are almost no signs of wear anywhere inside the car, testament to the quality of the build. The trunk has still got a lot of space for road trips, espite being home to the gas tank and battery, ll of which are beautifully upholstered to match the interior.Traditional horsepower comes in the form of a 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 crate motor with a bunch of smart upgrades. The block has 4-bolt mains, here's an upgraded Comp Cams camshaft, nd roller rockers actuating the valves, nd a 4-barrel carburetor supplying the mixture. It cackles like an old-school rod should thanks to block-hugging headers and mufflers with turn-downs ahead of the rear axle, ut everything's tucked up nice and neat inside the frame. In fact, he frame itself is as well-finished as the bodywork, ith glossy black paint and lots of prep work on the welds so it all looks like it's forged from one piece. The transmission is a quick-shifting TH350 3-speed automatic and it powers a beautifully finished Ford 9-inch rear with 2.79 gears inside, hich is plenty when your car weighs 2000 pounds and has more than 300 horsepower. The suspension is traditional, ith a dropped I-beam up front with a transverse spring, hile out back it has a 4-link setup with coil-overs shocks. The only modern tech on the chassis is the 4-wheel disc brakes, hich everyone can agree is a worthwhile upgrade. Red steelies wear trim rings and Ford hubcaps and the perfect big-n-little combination with 205/70/14 front and 285/70/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials.With only 3630 miles since it was completed, his is a fresh build of an old favorite that looks great and runs even better. Call today!