OLD SCHOOL MEETS NEW SCHOOL, 350 V8, TH400, PB W/FRNT DISCS, COILOVERS, A/C, WOW
We know you're checking out this 1932 Ford Hi-Boy roadster because it looks like it could be that perfect one with all the features you want for less than the price of building it yourself. And you'd be right, because who doesn't like classic roadster with low miles and a powered by a 350 performance V8? There's even A/C!
You're looking at a quality Briggs fiberglass body with a metal hood. Fit and finish is spectacular, with uniform gaps, super smooth body panels, and a gloss as deep as a cherry lollipop. The black folding roof latches into place with a nearly coupe-like silhouette. Also, the whole fabric top and frame stows under the tonneau cover for a true roadster Saturday night profile whenever you want. This one skips the fenders and shaves the door handles to get that smooth look that all the top hot rods have. Of course, it wouldn't be this cool without all the chrome in the right places such as the tilting windshield frame, headlight pods, front suspension, and Ford logo hubcaps.
The color coordination on this one flows so well it's hard to see where the body ends and the interior begins. The neatly stitched red bench is the kind of quality you love to see on the interior. It's a great place to sit and grab the custom wood steering wheel with your left hand and rest your right one on the Lokar shifter. In front of you there's an aluminum panel in the center of the dash that houses your full set of classic-style VDO gauges. Just below that is an AM/FM/cassette stereo so you can play more modern tunes in your retro ride, but that's not the most important thing on your dashboard. This one also has R134a air conditioning, and when was the last time you saw that level of comfort on a '32 Ford?!?!
The 350 cubic-inch Chevy is the choice for the best hot rods because it has the most parts available to upgrade for show and go. So the engine bay is already ready to impress with all the slick red paint, and the V8 has all the right chrome elements, including the Offenhauser-style valve covers with red painted slats. It's also been upgraded for great performance thanks to the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, electric fan, and the glasspack dual exhaust. But don't just listen to the rumble of those pipes; check out their path in the undercarriage photos. There you will see how thorough this build is as the underside is nothing but red and polished components, too. Take note of how the three-link drop I-beam front suspension is built for both style and function. The same goes for the adjustable coilover setup in the rear. The roadster also grips well thanks to front disc brakes and wide modern tires disguised as classic whitewalls in the rear. But as much as this might look like a pure performance machine, the stout three-speed automatic transmission ensures it also has all the makings for a nice cruiser.
Traditional in all the ways that matter to you, and fully finished in a way that makes people sit up and take notice, this is a fantastic Deuce roadster you can own today. Call now!!!
- Cassette Player
- Air Conditioning
- Tilt Wheel
- Vinyl Interior
- AM/FM Radio
- Manual Convertible Top
- Front Disc Brakes
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