The 1932 Ford 3-window coupe is THE hot rod. There are others, but most hot rods today can trace their histories back to the 32 Ford 3-window coupe, and theyre as popular today as they ever were. This striking black Ford has the right stance, the right profile, and the right hardware to make it look traditional, but all the creature comforts to which weve become accustomed, so its also easy to enjoy. The body is by Gibbons, and after looking at this slick coupe youll realize that fiberglass is the way to go. One, it doesnt rust or get dented, so no worries in the future if you drive it. Two, it finishes beautifully and the results show everywhere you look on this car. And three, its brand new, so you dont have to deal with a creaky old Ford body and instead enjoy a rod thats tight and quiet on the inside. Black is a cool choice simply because it will always look great, and its simplicity looks great without the need for graphics or pinstripes. It has a minimalist vibe thats perfect for the 32 3-window, especially in hi-boy form, and we guarantee that itll stand out at the next cruise night. They skipped the hood but the 32 Ford grille shell is painted to match the body and features a polished insert, plus you get a set of King-Bee-style headlights perched down low on the front suspension. Its got the hot rod look outside but inside its almost a luxury car. Nicely finished in low-key tan vinyl, the low-back buckets are comfortable enough even for six-footers, which wasnt the case with a stock 32. A tilt column surely helps, and given the quality of the surroundings, its easy to imagine taking this one cross-country on the Power Tour. Amenities include cold A/C, power windows, seat belts, and pleated seating surfaces so its all day comfortable. Nicely fitted black carpets and custom tan door panels give it a very polished look inside and white-faced gauges are a great look on the black dash. Theres also a banjo-style steering wheel and the Kenwood AM/FM/CD/iPod/Bluetooth stereo system sounds awesome. It also has a built-in backup camera to make maneuvering a little easier. Theres a bit of leftover room in the trunk around the custom enclosure for the battery, and its all been neatly finished with black carpets. A 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 crate motor with 4-bolt mains provides reliable power for this Ford. Fed by a Holley 4-barrel carburetor on an aluminum intake and dressed in plenty of chrome, it certainly has the right look. The brightly detailed engine bay is kind of minimalist, but thats the whole point of a hi-boy, isnt it? Block-hugging headers feed a custom Flowmaster dual exhaust system with the right sound and theres an aluminum radiator up front thats cooled by an electric fan. The chassis is highly detailed and professionally engineered, so it rides great and tracks straight. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission is linked to a custom 8-inch Ford rear end which hangs on ladder bars with coil-over shocks. Up front you get a dropped axle and a lot more chrome and the traditional Cragar SS mag wheels carry staggered 195/80/15 front and 265/75/15 rear radials. With the right look, this Ford brings a slightly different twist to the familiar 32 Ford hi-boy. Its not subtle, but it is tasteful and comfortable and theres a lot to be said for that. Call today!
At first glance, this looks like your typical old-school 32 Ford hi-boy roadster. But look a little closer and youll see that not only is it beautifully finished, but its got a lot of tricks up its sleeve that combine tradition and innovation in new ways to create something truly special. Would you be surprised to learn that theres over $200,000 wrapped up in the construction of this car? After you see it in person, you wont have any doubts. The paint is about a mile deep and this is no old-fashioned roadster body, but a recent creation that does away with factory imperfections and instead delivers laser-sharp reflections in the two-stage urethane paint. Dig the exacting gaps, the beautiful fit of the three-piece hood, and the just-right angle of the grille up front. Its only got 4178 miles since it was built, so there are almost no signs of use. The chopped windshield accentuates the wicked stance and yes, thats a proper 32 Ford grille shell up front but it, too, has been chopped and modified to give this car that perfect wedge profile. This is speed incarnate, a minimalist tribute to all-out performance, and it totally works. If you love details, this car will give you something to do for a week as you examine all the lovely custom touches. The black leather interior is pure hot rod tradition, starting with the pleated bench seat, which has been skillfully shaped to add space in the compact roadsters cockpit. The doors open suicide-style using billet latches, and theres more pleated leather on the door panels themselves. A big banjo-style steering wheel re-creates the era and looks great, and they wisely chose a polished steering column with an exposed shifter for the transmission, freeing up precious floor space for passengers and adding to the cool elemental look. Pretty cream-faced gauges are simple, clean, and elegant, set into a textured instrument panel thats a refreshing change from the usual billet piece. Theres a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo system hidden out of sight and accessed with a remote control, and in the finest roadster tradition, there is no heater. It does include a great-fitting black canvas top thats completely removable so the clean roadster lines are uninterrupted and it stows neatly in the carpeted trunk with a power actuator for the lid. The engine is an all-aluminum small block Chevy punched out to 401 cubic inches. Topped by aluminum heads, this flyweight powerplant delivers reality-altering acceleration and razor-sharp handling. It also looks incredible under the pointed hood, with a custom pinstriped air cleaner atop a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and a set of custom valve covers that tie in with the rest of the car. The engine block itself has a beautiful bronze tone to it, giving the engine bay an artistic look thats different from all the other rods out there sporting bright red or Chevy Orange motors. Its linked to a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and a very trick 9-inch rear end with a finned aluminum cover thats just gorgeous from behind. The frame is finished like the bodywork, theres a chrome I-beam axle up front, and 4-wheel disc brakes, with the fronts cleverly hidden inside period-looking drums. And one of the cars most remarkable features is the rolling stock: custom-made aluminum wheels designed to look like painted steelies with trim rings and hubcaps. With a modern set of 205/50/17 front and 295/40/20 rear BFGoodrich rubber, its got that big-n-little stance but modern handling. This is perhaps the most impressive hi-boy weve ever seen. The detailing is spectacular and the overall theme is going to blow everything else away wherever you show it. Call today!
This bright yellow 1932 Ford 3-window coupe isnt your garden-variety hot rod. No, it was built in 2002 by the legendary George Poteet and has an old-school look that is sure to generate a lot of attention every time you take it out. Better yet, if youre a Ford guy, youll be thrilled to learn theres a Blue Oval 289 under the louvered hood, making this the best kind of Henry Ford hot rod. The hi-boy stance and 3-window bodywork give this coupe a look thats straight out of the early 1960s. Its chopped, of course, and they did it right, not too much off the top, not too much of a rake, and that also makes it functional on the street. The bright yellow paint has a lot of pearl and metallic in it, so it has an AutoRama show car look thats pure nostalgia, and as a Poteet build, you know the finish quality is first rate. Just check out the door gaps, the tight fit of the 3-piece hood, and the crisp body lines, none of which come cheap or easy. A few subtle pinstriped flourishes highlight the trunk, along with a set of blue dot taillight lenses, just for effect. Theres also a cool power antenna on the rear deck, complete with Moon Eyes ball on top. Theres nothing on this Ford that doesnt scream, Traditional! The interior nails the 60s vibe with diamond-tufted upholstery thats funky today but all the rage back then. The split bench seat does a good impersonation of a pair of buckets and the patterned headliner is worth the price of admission all by itself. Even the header above the windshield is whimsically upholstered. Anything that wasnt covered in tan leather was painted to match the bodywork, including the dash, which is also highlighted by more custom pinstripes. Stewart-Warner gauges in the center of the dash are just what it might have used if it were actually built in the 1960s, and the secondary controls have been invisibly stashed underneath. The 3-spoke wheel has a dirt track racer look and youll dig how the tachometer was built right into the column support, so its right where it needs to be when you need it. Luxuries include a tilt steering column and AM/FM/cassette stereo, but this car doesnt need A/C to be cool and the workmanship will just blow you away. Its also equipped with a nicely finished trunk that includes a remote-mounted battery and a fuel cell, both tucked under carpeted covers for a finished look. Pop the Dzus fasteners on the hood and youll find that the Ford 289 cubic inch V8 looks hot rod perfect thanks to a pair of 4-barrel Edelbrocks on an aluminum intake. Theres a lot of chrome, but even more bright yellow paint, including the Thrust finned valve covers, the block itself, and even things like the vacuum advance on the distributor. Its properly tuned and the twin carbs acquit themselves well on the hot small block, giving it lightning-quick throttle response. The C4 3-speed automatic makes it easy to drive and theres a quick-change rear end out back that should be standard equipment on every 32 Ford hot rod. The frame was color-matched to the bodywork save for the chrome front suspension, which is a dropped I-beam on trailing arms. Front disc brakes, a burbling dual exhaust system, and a discreetly mounted transmission cooler all help if you want to drive it. Staggered chrome steelies with baby moon hubcaps are the right choice and they wear 195/60/14 front and 235/70/15 rear whitewall radials. With several awards under its belt, this is traditional hot rodding done right. A great pedigree, quality workmanship, and a look that will never go out of style make this 32 Ford the one to own. Call today!
For all-out attitude and a super-traditional look, its hard to beat this 32 Ford 3-window coupe. Stripped down to its bare essentials, it has the look of a pure street brawler, and if it could, it would probably have a pack of Lucky Strikes rolled up in its T-shirt sleeve. This looks like the car every hot-rodder of the 50s dreamed of building, but under the skin it packs 21st century technology that makes more sports car than vintage hot rod. The body is Gibbons fiberglass, not ancient steel patched back together, and until youve seen one of these high-quality reproductions, you cant imagine how well they fit together. Excellent gaps, a beautiful gel coat that has been properly prepped, and seamless finishing that makes it impossible to tell it apart from its steel counterparts. The unusual Niles Green paint is from the 1941 color chart and gives it a fantastic no nonsense look that is insanely appealing. A modest chop gives it a traditional look, and a three-piece hood with lots of louvers adds to the 50s vibe. Add in a nicely fitted top insert, the oversized commercial headlights, and 1950 Pontiac taillights, and it looks like this car might have been built in, say, 1954. No matter what youre driving, youre probably going to give this little Deuce coupe a lot of leeway on the road. In the 1950s, few hot-rodders could afford a fully finished interior, let alone the leather tuck-and-roll job inside this coupe, but this is no ordinary rod. The gorgeous green and white bench offers vastly more adjustability than the original piece, which means this car is all-day comfortable, even for taller drivers. Custom door panels were stitched up to match, and the dark green carpets are nicely bound and finished. Theres a full complement of Stewart Warner gauges keeping an eye on the engine, all framed by a gorgeous engine-turned panel. Custom eyeball vents for the Vintage Air A/C system, a Lokar shifter, and an overhead console with an AM/FM/CD stereo all add to the high-quality feel and make this car a pleasure to drive. This coupe also includes a neatly finished trunk with plenty of room for your gear. There was no messing around when it came time to make horsepower: thats a fresh Summit Racing 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 that was built to run. Dressed in its own coat of black paint, there are a few tricks like the finned valve covers, OEM Chevy air cleaner, and an HEI ignition system. A 4-barrel carburetor is set up properly, so the car fires up quickly and runs superbly out on the open road and thanks to a thumper cam, it sounds suitably nasty. Theres a big radiator up front and the owner reports that it doesnt get fussy, even on the hottest days with the A/C cranking. The transmission is a TH350 3-speed automatic feeding a GM 10-bolt with 3.08 gears inside, so its relaxed at 70 MPH. Front disc brakes give this Ford impressive stopping power, and with a monochromatic paint job that gives the chassis a highly detailed look, its a shame to take this little coupe off the lift. It achieves a traditional big-n-little look by using vintage artillery wheels with staggered Firestone bias-ply skinnies for a genuine old-school feel. Sure, you could build your own, but not for less than this, and you certainly cant duplicate this ones level of fit and finish for the price. Call today!
1932 Ford Early Style Street Rod Roadster All top line parts, Brookville metal body, SoCal rails, Vega cross steer, Buick aluminum finned brake drums, 47" Chassis Engineering dropped front axle, 350 Chevy engine, Turbo 350 Trans, 9" Ford rear end, Barry Grant Demon carb, Coker wheels, tires hub caps & trim rings, Sid Chavers Bop Top, Low miles since built Call or Text Richard cell 706-974-9096 Home 706-265-2731 E-mail email@example.com Dawsonville, Ga. I do not do Facebook.
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How often do you see an ALL STEEL, UNCUT 1932 Ford Coupe!!! You read correctly..... ALL STEEL! The hood sides and running boards are aftermarket steel, but the rest of the car is original Henry Ford Steel. Top has not been chopped, body is not channeled, and the firewall is not recessed to fit the Chevrolet 350 under the hood. This car has proven its reliability on many long distance trips as it has a little over 14,000 miles on it since being built. It is running a 350 engine, TH350 automatic transmission, and a Ford 9 rear. Has a dropped straight axle/leaf spring/4 bar front suspension and a 4 bar/coilover rear suspension. The interior is finished out in beautiful tan leather making the ride that much more enjoyable. Front cowl vent and rear roll down glass is in working condition.
As soon as you lay eyes on this car you can tell that it is a serious street weapon. It is loud and its proud from its exposed big-block engine in the front to its barely street legal racing slicks in the back. However, most of time the fun of a car a car like this is just knowing what its capable of as you enjoy cruise nights and club gatherings. Big engines in lightweight cars with big tires have always been the recipe for success in a street rod. For any given engine, the less weight it has to accelerate the faster is goes. So, removing unnecessary items like the fenders and the hood help tremendously and, it is the very thing that defines the street rod look. Additional weight savings were realized on this car through the use of a Gibbon Fiberglass Reproductions body which was then coated in a not so subtle shade of Purple. A tall grill of vertical bars leads the way with large chrome trimmed headlights on either side of it. The look is kept clean with the removal of door handles and the upright 5-Window cab has a significant forward tilt to it due to the serious chassis rake of the car. Chrome Smoothie wheels mount those very wide back tires and side pipes just add to the awesome look. For all the evidence of hard-core speed on the outside, when you open the door on this car you will find a nicely appointed and comfortable custom faux leather interior. The door panel is trimmed out in a Light Gray diamond pleated pattern with a Dark Gray bottom with a pull at the top. That pattern is echoed on the bench seat with the light gray pleated seating surfaces and dark gray accents. The deep dish three-spoke chrome steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column with a cowl mounted tach directly in front of the driver and a B&M shifter for the automatic transmission rising out of the floor. The dash is panel is body colored in purple with a cast aluminum Champion gauge bezel loaded with Stewart Warner gauges for the speedometer, water, oil, voltage and fuel. Overhead is a Pioneer stereo that is AM/FM/CD and iPod compatible for your listening pleasure. A full black headliner and carpeting ties the look of the interior together nicely. That big block motor perched out front for all the world to see is a very healthy Oldsmobile 455. Feeding air to all those cubic inches is a ribbed cast aluminum filter assembly. A Holley 4-barrel carb handles the fuel mixing duties and a cast aluminum intake manifold gets it to G cylinder heads which are capped by Oldsmobile aluminum valve covers. Headers get the spent gasses out to those awesome side pipes that sound oh so sweet. Power flows back through a TH400 transmission to a Ford 9 rear end with 3.00 gears. It puts the power on ground effectively through those 315/60R15 tires via a 4-link rear suspension and coil over shocks. Up front, tubular control arms and coil overs work with rack and pinion steering to provide good handling while disc brakes insure that you can haul this rod back down from speed when you decide to let the horses run. Big power, big thunder, big tires, big fun. Come on down and check out this great looking street rod.
1932 Ford hi Boy Roadster. Slick black paint on an all steel Ford body. Pleated leather seats in camel, with carpet and soft top in complimentary tan color. Powered by a Chevrolet 396 big block, 400 Turbo automatic transmission and the power is put to the pavement thru the chrome posi-traction, Jag style independent rear with torsion bar suspension and inboard disc brakes. 4 drop front end with coil overshocks. Budnick Wheels and BFG and Mickey Thompson tires. Dual stainless exsaust and headers. An absolute stunning street rod that could easily be on the show circuit! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
1932 Ford Fordor. Black Baby, like a street rod should be. Red Dunlevy ultra Leather interior. A tilt wheel makes for easy entry, and it also has a very roomy back seat. Henry Ford Steel Body. Original frame, strait axle and 9 Ford rear end. Chevrolet 350 ci small block, backed by a turbo automatic transmission. Torque Thrust Wheels and BF Goodrich tires roll this thing smoothly down the highway. Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
Jack Sheppard & Paul Atkins Built Vicky Speedstar 468ci V8 Auto Quick Change /// If youre looking for a head-turning classic thatll hold its own at any show in the country, youve found your next trophy queen! With a modified Speedstar body that Paul Shepard completely reworked around a traditional 32 Vicky grille, this is the kind of car that would turn heads in black primer; and what better way to ensure sore neck muscles than covering it with some of the brightest DuPont available? A slick combination of Honda Milano Red and Mercedes Silver was chosen for the job and performs its task remarkably well. And when the cars 13 layers of paint dried, finishing touches included green and pink pinstripes that flank a yellow and orange divider stripe. Pry this coupes snug fitting hood and youll find a fully detailed 468 cubic inch big block that was professionally assembled by David Cooper of Knoxville, Tennessee. Straight from the bench this killer package utilizes a forged crank, forged rods, 12.5 to 1 pistons and polished Edelbrock heads to create roughly 550 horsepower of unmatched throttle response. As with its tight build, this Fords custom chassis was supplied by Alloways Hot Rods in Knoxville, Tennessee. The 468s power flows in to a rugged B&M Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed thats fitted with a 3,000 RPM stall converter. That proven transmission spins stout 4.11 gears with the help of a painted driveshaft and a polished Winters Quick Change rear end. All that mirror-like hardware rolls on a gorgeous set of custom Boyd Coddington wheels which spin 215/45R17 BF Goodrich radials in front of 275/55R20 BF Goodrich radials. And between the doors, youll find a tasteful custom interior that was installed by Paul Atkins of Hanceville, Alabama. Fully sorted and ready to turn your dreams into reality, this awesome Vicky carries exactly the kind of cool swagger every car builder dreams about. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information!
Ground Up Built Ford Roadster Streetrod Steel Body 351 V8 Automatic A/C /// With proven Ford power, a smooth 4-speed and modern air conditioning, this all-steel Ford was built to be driven! This top-notch Ford is constructed from a solid foundation of professionally shaped steel. Precision stamping resulted in a durable and authentic custom that, in addition to requiring minimal paint prep, retains all its original lines, functional parts and structural integrity. It seems only natural then, that this Roadsters stunning panels display smooth vertical planes and an arrow-straight profile that would give any high-dollar garage queen a serious run for its money. And, since a profile that nice deserves to be seen and celebrated, it wears deep black 2-stage thats somehow delightfully fresh while being decidedly vintage. Tilt the hood and youll find 351 cubic inches of proven Ford power that mixes great looks with solid performance. Behind that mill, a tough, Ford 4-speed automatically spins power to a requisite Ford 9-inch, which wraps an aluminum Currie center-section around 3.25 gears and a limited-slip differential. That drivetrain pushes a thoroughly modernized suspension thats shackled to a modern chassis. Tight Wilwood calipers cinch a quartet of drilled and slotted discs. And at the corners of the car, flashy Boyd Coddington blades spin Toyo Proxes radials. Check this Fords custom leather interior and the first thing youll notice is an adjustable TEAS Design seat. Below that seat, Bentley-style carpet floats piped floor mats around polished pedals, a polished emergency brake and a tall Lokar shifter. At the front of that carpet, a billet-faced dash pipes modern air conditioning around classy Auto Meter telemetry. And in front of the driver, a polished and leather-wrapped steering wheel laps a polished, tilting column thats paired with an Auto Meter Knee Knocker Tach. This fully sorted Ford is a wonderful classic to drive, enjoy and turn a few heads in! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Frame Up Built Roadster Streetrod 350 V8 Automatic TH350 A/C /// Mixing a hot rodded small block with substantial drivetrain upgrades and a comfortable custom interior, this well-built Ford is a heck of a lot of fun! The cars smooth and solid body began life as high quality fiberglass that was carefully sculpted into some of the coolest automotive curves to ever leave Dearborn, Michigan. And, during a detailed build, that rugged resin was married to steel running boards, and dressed in a striking exposition of custom pinstripes and vivid 2-stage. Fold the tidy hood and youll find a 350 cubic inch Chevrolet small block that, thanks in part to a .030 overbore, churns big horsepower into ample torque. A trusted Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed utilizes a B&M Holeshot converter to spin a requisite Ford 9-inch. That smooth drivetrain pushes a triangulated 4-bar rear-clip, which follows tubular control arms with modern coil-over-shocks. Opposite that clip, an independent front-half frames two more modern coil-overs with polished Heidts control arms. Turns come courtesy of manual rack-and-pinion steering. Stops are provided by a predictable combination of discs and drums. And everything hangs in a fully boxed chassis, which rides body-matched and stainless-trimmed steelies that twist big n little BF Goodrich Momentums. Pop the doors and youll find a custom Saddle interior thats warm and welcoming. A pleated leather seat surfs rich carpet thats fashioned around a short Lokar shifter. In front of that seat, a body-matched dash frames Stewart Warner telemetry in a centralized, engine-turned instrument panel. The driver strolls the boulevard through a polished, banjo-style steering wheel, which spins a leather-wrapped rim around a polished, tilting column. And everyone stays cool thanks to modern air conditioning. Mixing a high-quality build with impressive power, custom upholstery and spectacular aesthetics, this coupe is the kind of car that recruits fans wherever it goes! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Real Deal All Steel Ford 3-Window Coupe Hot Rod 350 V8 3 Speed Auto /// The kind of car thats been coveted by hot rodders since the 1950s, this impressive Ford features an appealing mix of retro style and proven performance. And if youre a hands-on rodder whos looking for a car with a little more substance than chrome and bright paint, its your one-way ticket to good times and great fun! During a professional restoration that was completed by Granite Bay, Californias Camilleris Auto Works, this coupes timeless Henry Ford steel was massaged into a striking custom thats smooth, solid and ready to roll. And naturally, that delightfully traditional profile made an excellent foundation for glossy Black 2-stage. Fold the hood and youll find a reliable, 350 cubic inch Chevrolet small block thats been polished, rebuilt and fitted with storied tri-power induction. Behind that hot small block, a dressed Turbo-Hydramatic 350 twists torque to a checkered driveshaft, which spins a 9-inch Ford axle. That detailed driveline surfs a quality Brizio chassis, which mixes boxed rails with tubular crossmembers. At the back of those bones, triangulated ladder bars employ adjustable QA-1 coil-overs. Opposite that clip, a polished front-half plants a thick drop axle behind polished Bilstein shocks. Stops come courtesy of polished calipers and vented discs. Turns are easy thanks to a Vega-style gearbox. And power meets the pavement through dressed Wheel Vintiques Gennies, which spin beefy Goodyear Eagle RS-As. Pop the doors and youll find a custom vinyl interior that was installed by Santa Clara, Californias Sid Chavers Co. At ground level, a sea of black carpet floats piped floor mats around a tall 8-Ball shifter. In front of that shifter, a pinstriped dash frames cool MQQN Equipment telemetry. Seating is provided by a broad bench. And in front of the driver, a polished, banjo-style steering wheel laps a big MQQN tachometer. Want to look good AND go fast? Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for your chance to land this awesome custom!
Classically aggressive on the outside, comfortably custom on the inside, and theres plenty of V8 power on display for everyone to see. This 1932 Ford coupe is an iconic hot rod that leaves a lasting impression wherever it goes. This 32 Ford is all about a classic experience while offering the right subtle upgrades. It starts with the exterior finished in a bold color close to Calypso Coral a classic Ford hue coming of age right around the hot rod era. And now its applied to a super-straight newer fiberglass body. You have all the right classic 32 hot rod pieces, like the bright waterfall grille, channeled body, and exhaust poking out of the side. But as you look closer, there are some cool upgrades that give this individual style. For example, you have classic whitewall tires, but theyre mounted on modern 15-inch Ridler alloys. Inside the exterior orange returns on the dash and door tops for a nice uniform look, and now its joined by a tasteful tan and brown two-tone. The setup is quite tidy and nice with the custom bench seat, matching door panels, and plush carpeting. The dash has a clean look that also houses nice upgrades like the AutoMeter gauges and bright tilt steering column. Plus, you have some fun additions like the power windows and power trunk lid. When they take the time to get an engine looking this tidy, it deserves to be on display for the whole world. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is a newer crate motor, and it has plenty of shine thanks to the air topper, valve covers, alternator, and much more. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, you get a nice rumble out of the glasspack-style dual exhaust. The suspension has the right hot rod components, such as hairpin radius rods up front and tubular trailing arms with adjustable coilovers in the rear. And more than just a great classic package, this one is good for anytime use thanks to thoughtful driving features. This includes upgrades like four-wheel disc brakes and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. Theres even a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive to enjoy taking this 32 Ford near or far. This is the classic that was built to enjoy in modern times. Dont let a turn-key icon like this slip away. Call now!
Stk#110 1932 Ford Roadster 552 miles on car Painted a beautiful Gray and is slick and straight. Chassis is boxed, Rootlib 3 pcs hood. Steel shell with stainless grill, stainless front spreader bar with turn signals, rear spreader bar is stainless. Tail lights recessed, steel tank painted to match car, boxed aftermarket chassis, cowl vent, Boss Motorsports rims are chrome with Radial tires, chrome front sway bar, chrome tie rod ends, front disc brakes with polished Wilwood calipers, Polished disc brake backing plates, upper and lower control arms are polished. Chrome Rack & Pinion rack, coilovers front & rear, stainless braided brake lines front & rear, 4-Link rear, 9 Ford with drum brakes. A real beauty and an attention getter! Beautiful Red interior on bucket seats, custom door panels and back panel, custom polished door handles, Lokar shifter, custom polished Wings gauge cluster with Whiteface AutoMeter gauges, polished column with polished drop, Billet Specialties half wrapped Red leather steering wheel polished. Billet tilt and turn signal knobs, Billet head light knob, Billet rearview mirror, Lokar gas pedal polished custom brake pedal with pad to match gas pedal, seat belts, kick panel and firewall custom 1 piece made. Red carpet, polished sill plates. Custom Red carpet floor mats to match carpet. Custom made column cover pad, trunk finished out and boxed in to match inside of car. Battery located in trunk. Beautiful inside. Powered by a 350 engine with a 350 Turbo transmission, Team G aluminum intake, Holley carb, chrome water neck, chrome water pump, Billet pulleys, chrome alternator, aluminum heads, chrome fuel pump, aluminum radiator, electric fan, stainless overflow tank, Billet wire covers, stainless headers, Lokar oil stick, Lokar transmission line, Billet air cleaner, Chevrolet valve covers painted orange, stainless polished exhaust with polished Magno Flow mufflers and stainless tips, power brake booster, chrome dust cover, Mr. Gasket chrome oil pan, mini starter, braided fuel lines. Runs and handles great!
1932 Ford Roadster for Sale. 5.7L V8 Hemi engine, electronic fuel injection, 5 speed automatic transmission, 4 wheel disc brakes, power steering, Heights Front End, triangulated 4 link style rear suspension, coil over shocks, ceramic coated headers, dual exhaust, Superior Glass Works frame and body, Black Cherry metallic exterior, large headlights, stainless hoop bumper, leather power seats, chrome tilt steering column, white faced gauges, chrome plated steering wheel, chrome mirrors, beveled rear view mirrors. This is truly a one of a kind build with a highly detailed underside. You will absolutely be in love from the first time you touch the key and this Street Rods Hemi V8 comes to life!
1932 Ford Roadster The 1932 Ford is one of the most recognizable hot rods on the planet. Cars have been customized since they were created, but Model As took on a whole new life as Hot Rods starting in the late 1930s. Why This Car Is Special This particular 1932 is a stunning example of what a custom car can become. It is truly a rolling work of art! Everywhere you look this Ford will impress you with a custom touch or a subtle styling cue. Mechanical The engine is a 350 bored .030 over making 355 cubic inches. It is topped off with three 1-barrel Rochester carburetors on an Offenhauser intake. Sanderson headers run to an X-pipe and Flowmaster mufflers leading to dual tips exiting the rear. The engine is a gem in between the frame rails as it is painted to match the car and is topped off with aluminum valve covers and oil breather, a polished water pump, billet brackets and pullies and a touch of chrome. Chrome accents include: radiator overflow, alternator, oil pan, radiator cap and air cleaners. A Mallory distributor provides the spark through Taylor plug wires and an electric fan keeps her cool on even a slow cruise on a hot day. All of that horsepower is sent to a cruiser friendly 700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive. The braking power is provided by 4-wheel disc brakes on a drop axle up front and a Ford 9 rear end with Moser axles. The rear end is held steady with a 4-link setup to ensure all the power gets to the ground. The electrical duties are handled by a Painless wiring kit throughout. Bring your mirrors to the car show because the engine block, bellhousing, transmission and steering box are all painted to match the car. The frame and suspension components are done in a gloss black and show very well. Interior The interior is absolutely stunning! Custom leather has been formed with beautiful curves that accentuate the natural curves of the 32 body and give the interior a luxurious and rich feel. Camel leather covers the custom door panels and the bench seat. Seat belts, a tilt billet steering column, billet shifter lever, door handles and gauge surround bring everything together nicely. The gauges are Stewart Warner, which always provide a sleek and classic look. An Alpine AM/FM/CD player is nicely mounted in the cockpit and the trunk is upholstered to match the interior. The trunk also contains a tonneau cover and storage compartments. Exterior A Wescott fiberglass body with Wescott fenders is as slick as glass coated in a Burnt Orange Metallic paint that really pops in the sun. Shaved door handles and trunk handle keep it clean. The infamous 32 Ford grill is highlighted by a chrome headlight bar and headlights. Swan neck mirrors and a Muroc style windshield finish off the exterior with a modern and sporty, yet classy look. Boyds aluminum alloy wheels are wrapped in Michelin tires: 235/70R15 in the rear and 195/65R15 in the front. A polished fuel tank and chrome dual exhaust finish off the view from behind. Conclusion This 32 is ready to show and cruise. You couldnt build it for anywhere near the asking price and you are sure to get thumbs up everywhere you go. If youre looking for a hot rod that was built right and is not so over the top it cant be enjoyed, look no further. So, give us a call at 941-254-6608. We also finance! Check out our financiers here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/financiers In the meantime, check out our Skyway Classics Blogs here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/blog
Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas is proud to present this one of a kind 1932 Ford 2Dr Sedan for sale in our Las Vegas showroom. This 1932 Ford is a steel body car with a black canvas top and beautiful lavender paint that pops with flames that flow backwards and wrap around the car. The interior is fully upholstered with gray leather bucket seats that have simulated snakeskin inserts, tilt steering column, Billet Specialties steering wheel, white face gauges, and a custom shifter knob that matches the door handles. This 1932 Ford for sale has a Chevy 383 stroker motor that is putting out 440 horsepower and is backed by a turbo 400 automatic transmission. This 1932 Ford for sale has a Ford rear end with 3:73 gears that drive the massive Mickey Thompson s out back. The chassis is boxed and painted to match the killer paint on the car with front chrome shocks, and a chrome 4 link suspension with adjustable coil over shocks in the rear. Options for this 1932 Ford for sale include: AM/FM Alpine CD Player, Power windows, Tilt wheel, Keyless entry, Leather interior, Radial tires, and Racing wheels. This 1932 Ford 2Dr Sedan is for sale in our Las Vegas showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (702) 830-9215 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Las Vegas Showroom, located at 6580 S Lindell Road Suite 300, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Now available in our DFW Showrooms is this custom built 1932 Ford Sedan. Today, the 1932 Model B, although always a little bit in the shadow of the V8, is a highly collectible car and people will pay high dollars to restore one to original specification, which is ironic, as they were once cheap throwaway cars popular with hot rodders who would tear them apart and use them as the basis for a build. This is partly why it is so hard to find an unaltered specimen today. Our 1932 is no exception as it has been rebuilt from the ground up! When starting with a custom-rod, where else do you begin then heart of the vehicle. This 1932 is powered around by a straight out the GM crate- Mr.Goodwrench 350-V8 motor, with aluminum heads, edelbrock carb 650 CFM, and a MSD Ignition. Which creates plenty of ponies to the back wheels. Speaking of wheels, this ride is rolling on a fabulous combo set of US-Mags wheels and Mickey Thompson tires. These all connect to Rust No More chassis and a fiberglass body sitting on top. Other additional upgrades to this vehicle include: Aluminum rod 3 core speedway, Pete & Jake frontend, SoCal gas tank, Disc brakes, and Muffler headers. To view this vehicle in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and videos, visit our website at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1932 Ford, email us at email@example.com or call 817-310-9400.
We are thrilled to offer for sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a 1932 Ford 3 window Deuce Coupe. This hot rod was very carefully built to be as accurate as possible to a hot rod from back in the good ole days, 1957 specifically. Going with the 1957 hot rod theme, the car is powered by a period correct Corvette 283. The stout 283 is backed by a 1939 Ford 3 speed manual transmission and a 1940 Ford rear end housing 4.10 gears. The frame is an original 1932 as is the metal gas tank and radiator shell. The body is from Outlaw and features an original firewall appearance. Topping the 283 is an original 1947 Cadillac air cleaner. The exhaust has been Jet Coated in black from the manifolds all the way back to the exhaust tips. The build looks as if the car was sent to us from the past via a time machine. Painted in a high gloss black with the red frame exposed and matched by the red steel wheels with chrome beauty rings and whitewall tires(radials). The exposed engine bay also adds to the vintage hot rod theme. Dont be confused with builds of today. This one is no frills and all thrills. No A/C or power steering, this is a hot rod! It is also a proven show winner. It took Street Rodder Top 10 at Goodguys and received the Magnum Axle/ Real Hot Rod award from Goodguys. Theres no question that the intended vintage hot rod theme was executed with precision. License plates shown on the car are not included. To view this 1932 Ford 3 window Deuce Coupe in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis Showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com.
Now for sale in our Houston showroom is this beautiful and totally one of a kind, hand built 1932 Ford Roadster. Professionally appraised at over $120,000, this gorgeous build is jaw dropping from top to bottom, front to back. Powering this masterpiece is a 1 of 7 pre-production, 525hp, 392 CID V8 Hemi from Mopar Performance. Featuring forged pistons and rods, 278/285 hydraulic roller cam and CNC ported aluminum twin plug heads. It has EFI, 80mm throttle body, custom Detroit Muscle headers and a stainless Flowmaster exhaust/muffler system. Transferring this power to the rear wheels is a Chrysler 518 transmission built by Godfather Racing and a custom Detroit Muscle driveshaft. This is an all steel roadster from Hot Rods & Horsepower in MI (Dearborn Duce). You will notice the steel hood, 32 Grille and stowaway convertible top. The bodywork and DuPont Hot Rod Black paint was completed by Shadowoods in MI and graphics done by Dennis Shephard. Gauges were done by SO-CAL Speed Shop in Pomona and Moon Equipment in Santa Fe Springs. Seats were done by Roadster Shop in IL and Willy s Workshop completed the upholstery. It is finished in Pendleton Del Rio wool Indian blanket, python skin & camel wool highlights. The carpet is also wool. This was the Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau Flagship Promotional Vehicle commissioned to showcase Detroit s automotive heritage. Designed by Chris Baum, the D-Rod, was built by Rick Dyer at Detroit Muscle with input from Ford, Chrysler and GM Executives. Chrysler provided a pre-production 392 CID V8, 525hp Hemi crate engine that was first shown at SEMA. Chrysler had Arrow Racing Engines release one of the first hand-built development engines for the D-Rod build. The transmission is a 4-speed Chrysler 518 automatic. The build also used a vast 32 Roadster aftermarket to create a high-performance vehicle that is truly a unique 32 Ford Roadster. Dearborn Duce proved an all-steel 32 body with a disappearing top assembly. The frame is a Lobeck s Deuce frame equipped with a 9-inch ford rear end, a Magnum 4-inch dropped tube axle, bobbed rear rails and four-wheel Wilwood disc brakes. The interior includes an Ididit steering column and steering wheel. The D-Rod was built in 2007 and not only showcases the Detroit Automotive Heritage, it is a build that brings together the best of the hot-rod industry. Dont miss your chance to own this beautiful car. Contact Gateway Classic Cars in Houston for more information. Financing and shipping options are available. Office hours are Monday through Saturday 9-5pm central time. The telephone number for our showroom is (832) 243-6220 or if you prefer, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out this amazing 1932 Ford Woody Wagon! Powered by a 4.6L high performance Mustang engine with fuel injection and a heavy duty AODE automatic overdrive transmission to back, this street rod is not only reliable, but a ton of fun to drive. Only about 10,000 miles have been put on this hot rod since it was built and still looks just as great as the day it was finished. The steel body work coated in the glossy red paint looks great against the completely redone wood body and is a timeless look. Moving inside, the reupholstered cloth and vinyl interior was very well done and is just as comfortable as it looks. Facing the dash now your eyes will be drawn to the custom walnut and oak dash that has Dolphin gauges laid out nicely along it topping off the woody wagon feel. As you fire up the fuel injected V8 and drop it down into drive, you will realize the overall feel is much closer to that of a modern car than one from 1932! Equipped with power steering, 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes, and power windows it is a very impressive car to cruise. Whether your goal is to set out for a weekend cruise down to the beach or to the local car show to win a couple of awards, this 1932 Ford Woody Wagon is up for the challenge! This vehicle is located in our Denver showroom. You can view this 1932 Ford Woody Wagon in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com.
For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a Porsche Red 1932 Ford Roadster. This well built Roadster is powered by a beefed up Chevy 350 with an estimated 400 horsepower. The engine is equipped with a new Competition Cams camshaft, tubular headers and a Holley carburetor. Power is sent through a 2 speed automatic Power Glide transmission and back to a 10 bolt rear end from an S-10 pick up fitted with Posi-Traction. The build has covered a modest 400 miles and looks brand new. The frame is by American Stamping and Steel from Mississippi and is painted a dark gray that really helps set off the Porsche Red paint. The beautiful fiberglass body is by Bohannon Concepts out of Cooksville, TN and has an excellent fit and finish. Up front youll notice the independent Mustang II design front suspension which includes Rack and Pinion steering, tubular upper and lower control arms and adjustable Silver Bullet Quick Set coil over shocks. The rear is also using adjustable coil overs by QA1 and utilizes a 4 link suspension design. While under the car, youll also notice the stainless steel Magna Flow mufflers for a great sound and a transmission cooler to help protect the Power Glide. Inside is a very tasteful light brown leather interior that compliments the red paint quite well. Seat belts are fitted for both the driver and passenger. other interior details include a tilt steering column, Moon Eyes gauges, piston shaped shifter, a Pioneer CD player and Kenwood speakers for your favorite tunes and a Megellan GPS to monitor your speed on a digital read out. For more information on this 1932 Ford Roadster, call our St. Louis showroom at 618-271-3000. To view 100+ HD photos and video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com.
Gateway Classic Cars of Ft. Lauderdale is proud to offer this stunning 1932 Ford Coupe. This 1932 Ford Custom features a 350 Chevy Automatic engine with 700R transmission with an Edelbrock carburetor, ceramic heads and aluminum exhaust. The exterior finish is a beautiful Midnight Blue metallic paint with 2-tone Peanut Brown interior with bench seat. This bullet has a powder coated fiberglass frame, full chrome package, 4 piece metal hood and a 12 external gas tank. To get those 12 gallons up to speed and roaring, she has a 373 gear and 9 Ford rear end with coil over shocks, 20 tires in the rear with 4-1/25 offsets. To slow this Hot Rod down , it s got Wilwood disc brakes on all four corners. Once inside and picking up speed, you ll be enjoying the AC, navigation system, Tilt wheel, Pioneer AM/FM Flip-out stereo with Kenwood xr900-5 amp, CD player and satellite radio. You re not only going to look good and sound good but you ll be feeling good , whether your at a car show, out for a Sunday drive or taking the checkers crossing the line. To see this 1932 Ford Coupe in better detail, including over 100+ high definition videos and a full length high definition video, please go to www.gatewayclassiccars.com. To see this car in person, please make an appointment by calling us at (954)227-4202 or email us at email@example.com
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is very excited to offer this classic 1932 Ford Roadster for sale in our Arizona Showroom. Our Black 32 Roadster with red leather interior is a great build from someone wanting to get into 32 Roadsters. This 32 Ford is rocking a 350 cubic inch motor with a Turbo400 transmission tied to a 10-bolt rear end. The 350 CID motor is sporting 7,750 miles on it since it was last rebuilt. A nice feature to this 32 is the removable top, a lot of these build don t come with a top at all, but this one gives you the flexibility to have options. The current owner bought this Roadster a year ago here in Arizona and states he is the third owner of the Roadster. Options on this simple 32 include: seat belts, removable convertible top, and leather interior. This sweet hotrod is basically a seat and a motor and provides an amazing driving experience. With tons of power and little to no weight this ride will get you to where your going in a hurry with a big smile on your face. Visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com/SCT/384/1932-Ford-Roadster to see 100 plus photos and video of this 1932 Ford Roadster for sale or for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org