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Volo Auto Museum Brings Military History To Life! The Military Experience at Volo Auto Museum begins with a walk through some very special machines. As you continue through the rows of military machines, you come to the Military Experience itself.
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1932 Ford Custom - The Texas Playboy There may be other 32 Fords out there but not all cars are created equal. This beautiful built 32 Roadster is the brain child of Brian Bass with Bass Kustoms who fully documented the build process online over on the H.A.M.B. on Jalopy Journal. That post is still there and features a page outlining the build followed by 12 additional pages full of complements for Bass and his 59 styled Roadster. That is part of what makes this 32 so cool and stand out next to others. It wasnt meant to be a modern style hot rod but one that pays homage to the style of car customizations back in the 50s. It even wears a 1959 license plate...talk about detail. There is no doubting Bass does amazing work and why he joined the team on Fast N Load to lead some of their period correct builds. This car is known as the Texas Playboy and only the best hands in the business took part in its construction. In addition to Basss work the interior was done at Fat Luckys in Austin, Texas and the motor by Eric Carter in Azle, Texas. It was clear Bass had a vision in mind and new the people that would make it happen. The result is a one of a kind well known Hot Rod that truly has its own place in Hot Rodding history. The car also received a very nice write up in the Rodders Journal which is one of the most highly regarded publications in the Hot Rodding world. We could write pages upon pages of all the quality workmanship in the car and even still know we will leave something out. So lets stick with the basics to give you an idea of the cars specs. BODY 1932 Ford Roadster, Brookville Roadster out of Brookville, Ohio Body reinforced and braced with 1-inch square tubing Original 32 Ford firewall Vintique 32 Ford grille shell filled and peaked Vintique grille insert 32 Ford windshield, chopped 3 inches Brookville Rootlieb 4-piece steel hood, 3 inch louvers by Kenneth Reierson KD Lamp 7 inch headlights 51 Buick Special taillights Bodywork by Collision Specialists, Mansfield, Texas PAINT Sikkens Black 2-stage acrylic urethane Paintwork by Collision Specialists Engine painted 51 Ford Hawaiian Bronze by George Deruvo, Dallas, Texas Pinstriping by Brian Bass, Bass Kustoms, Dallas, Texas INTERIOR Pearl White and Black vinyl with Gold piping Upholstery by Sean Johnstun, Fat Luckys, Austin, Texas Bronze and Gold Trinidad carpeting Glide Engineering bench seat 32 Ford dash with 57 Ford F-100 dash insert welded in place Dash chromed, painted and pinstriped 57 Ford gauges 50 Ford steering wheel, Pearl White 38 Ford steering column and column drop 39 Ford shifter 39 Ford pedal assembly, arms bent to clear K-member CHASSIS 1932 Ford frame American Stamping rails Model A Ford front crossmember 32 Ford K-member modified to accept 39 pedals Model A Ford rear crossmember All factory holes and rivets added Rear of frame reinforced over rear kick up Chassis fabrication by Brian Bass 56 Ford F-100 steering box FRONT SUSPENSION 1933 Ford I-beam a
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