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1932
Ford
Victoria All Steel Restomod
Stock # 7007-ATL
Engine 383 Crate V8
Transmission 3 Speed Automatic
Color Black
Interior Tan
Mileage 382 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type A-arm with Coilovers
Rear Suspension Type Dual Coilovers in Rear
Front Wheel Specification 14"
Rear Wheel Specification 14"
Front Tire Specification 185/75R14
Rear Tire Specification 215/75R15
Front Brakes Specification Disc
Options
Leather Seats Power Windows Power Steering Power Brakes Fuel Injection Four Wheel Disc Brakes Coil-Over Suspension Tilt Wheel Heat Air Conditioning Sunroof Defrost CD Player AM/FM Radio
Documentation
Build Receipts
Advertised Price
$83,995
OR
$769.85
per month
DIALED IN RESTOMOD, FUEL INJECTED 383 STROKER V8, AUTO TRANS, PWR STEER/DISC!!

It's a well-known fact in the classic car game: it is absolutely impossible to build an ugly '32 Ford. This fantastic, all-steel 1932 Ford Victoria Restomod is ample proof, with its slick-black livery, bespoke leather interior, perfect hotrod stance, thumping 383 Stroker V8, and all the creature comforts you'd expect of a stunning, high-quality build. If you're looking to join the ranks of streetrod royalty, this dialed-in Vicky will get you there ASAP.

This rod is 100% steel, including the fenders, which certainly explains why it looks so darn good and appeals to masses, both from the old-school and new. But with a slightly chopped top the 2-door body style looks much sleeker, and with lots of window area you know it was made to be driven and enjoyed. While the builders were busy chopping that top, they went ahead and added a sunroof – and it's power operated for instant open-air fun – but other than that improvement they kept the aftermarket add-ons to a minimum. That means you get swooping fenders and running boards (protected with thick rubber scuff pads, just like they would've had originally), chrome bumpers fore and aft, a 3-piece hood complete with side louvers, and King Bee-style ... Please ask for the full description.

Atlanta Showroom
213 Thornton Rd, Suite 400
Lithia Springs, GA, 30122
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Stock #:
7007-ATL
1932 Ford Victoria All Steel Restomod
$83,995

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Stock
7007-ATL
Engine Size
383 Crate V8
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Miles
382 (Unknown)
Location
Atlanta
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Description

DIALED IN RESTOMOD, FUEL INJECTED 383 STROKER V8, AUTO TRANS, PWR STEER/DISC!!

It's a well-known fact in the classic car game: it is absolutely impossible to build an ugly '32 Ford. This fantastic, all-steel 1932 Ford Victoria Restomod is ample proof, with its slick-black livery, bespoke leather interior, perfect hotrod stance, thumping 383 Stroker V8, and all the creature comforts you'd expect of a stunning, high-quality build. If you're looking to join the ranks of streetrod royalty, this dialed-in Vicky will get you there ASAP.

This rod is 100% steel, including the fenders, which certainly explains why it looks so darn good and appeals to masses, both from the old-school and new. But with a slightly chopped top the 2-door body style looks much sleeker, and with lots of window area you know it was made to be driven and enjoyed. While the builders were busy chopping that top, they went ahead and added a sunroof – and it's power operated for instant open-air fun – but other than that improvement they kept the aftermarket add-ons to a minimum. That means you get swooping fenders and running boards (protected with thick rubber scuff pads, just like they would've had originally), chrome bumpers fore and aft, a 3-piece hood complete with side louvers, and King Bee-style headlights mounted atop the front fenders along with a chrome brace that helps to stiffen the front end. The grille shell was painted black to match the rest of the car, allowing for the grille insert to absolutely sparkle, and although there's not a ton trim, the hood ornament was retained and is the unequivocal star of the entire build. Other bright accoutrements include spotlights perched on either side of the cowl, the billet frame surrounding the pop-up windshield, ornate side mirrors, and the chrome spreader bars tucked inside each bumper. There's no mistaking this streetrod as anything but a '32 Ford, and the racked stance and high-end build quality take the curb appeal up even higher. The paint and bodywork was obviously finished by professionals, and although there are some minor signs of use age and here and there, there's really not much to complain about at all. The finish is miles deep, very lustrous, and shines up so bright (just take a look at how our photo booth reflects off of those laser-straight panels) it puts just about every other streetrod in our inventory to shame. And with no gaudy graphics, no silly flames, nothing that detracts from the classic shape, the uniform paint and contrasting brightwork does all the talking.

Open the steel doors and you'll instantly see that a whole lot of time and money was spent inside the cabin. Lovely, plush tan leather buckets were swapped-in from a later-model vehicle and are as luxurious as anything you'll buy today, matched by sculpted rear bench put back. The high-end leather upholstery features black accents sewn inside the hides, a theme that's echoed inside the matching custom door panels and kick panels, while the plush tan carpets that line the floors and the taut headliner above seal the cabin up tight and show that nothing was overlooked in this high-end build. A mini-center console houses switches for the power windows, the relocated ignition, controls for the Vintage Air HVAC system, and a vertically installed Kenwood AM/FM/CD/AUX head unit that powers upgraded stashed throughout the interior. That bespoke console continues into a custom-built section that was attached below the dash, and it cool-looking houses butterfly vents for the A/C system and a vintage clock. The steel portion of the dash was painted the same slick-black as the exterior, and the center-mounted billet bezel houses a full set of Art Deco-style Classic Instruments gauges. A leather-rimmed, billet steering wheel mounted atop a polished Ididit column provides a bit more room for the driver, and the adjoining tachometer to its left keeps an eye on the powerful engine's revs. All these upgrades make this a no-compromises hotrod that can be driven cross-country without a second thought.

With the hood closed, there's no way to know what lives within, and that's part of this car's magic. The truth is, there's a modern 383 Blueprint crate engine from Summit Racing in there – a smooth, torquey powerplant that makes this big sedan move like it weighs 1000 pounds less than it does. Augmented with BPE aluminum heads, a Hilborn-style 8-stack FAST fuel-injection system and intake, HEI ignition and a modern chrome alternator, and ceramic-coated long-tube headers at the flanks, the engine feels very fresh and is incredibly responsive with big power up-and-down the throttle. It's a bit of a tight fit under the hood but nevertheless it's all been dressed for show, with '383 Stroker' valve covers, 8 mini air cleaners up top, polished sparkplug covers, and a serpentine belt system up front that keeps everything neatly organized. A TH400 3-speed automatic transmission is easily stout enough to handle the engine's output, as is the chromed Jaguar independent rear end setup out back. A Fatman front suspension was installed with chrome A-arms and coilovers, power rack-and-pinion steering system and power 4-wheel disc brakes help keep the rod on the road, and dual coilovers in the rear round out the laundry list of fresh components. The undercarriage is a thing of beauty and ready to be shown, with polished chrome everywhere you look and a boxed chassis that was powdercoated black to match the pans. And with the throaty Magnaflow dual exhaust system providing a spirited soundtrack, this '32 Ford won't be sneaking up on anyone. Zenith wire-wheels with knock-off spinners look right with lots of rubber wrapped around them, 185/75/14 front and 215/75/14 rear Michelins to be exact.

With little road time since the build was completed, this '32 Ford is just starting its new life. Beautifully built and totally reliable, this is what every hotrod should aspire to be. Call today!

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Features

  • Leather Seats
  • Power Windows
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Fuel Injection
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Coil-Over Suspension
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Sunroof
  • Defrost
  • CD Player
  • AM/FM Radio
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Documentation

  • Build Receipts
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Tan
Transmission Spec
TH400
Front Suspension
A-arm with Coilovers
Rear Suspension
Dual Coilovers in Rear
Front Brakes
Disc
Rear Brakes
Disc
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