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1932 FORD STEEL SEDAN

1932 Ford Other

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: Sedan
Year: 1932
Mileage: 30,000
VIN: XXXXXXXXXX
Color: Black
Engine: CHEVY 383
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lincoln Park, New Jersey, United States
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Description for Ford Other 1932

REAL HENRY STEEL(rear fenders are glass). This car was originally built as a high end show car. I have owned it for 10 years and very rarely have time to drive it. It has had many upgrades since the original build in the 90's. The car now has a 383 stroker engine, angle plug heads, roller rockers, Comp Cam, MSD ignition, polished high rise aluminum intake, all billet engine accessories and Sanderson coated headers. The firewall is smoothed and the radiator is aluminum. The trans is a reworked 350 turbo, and the rear is '77 Corvette that is chromed and powder coated with Posie ride height adjusters. The mufflers are polished stainless from QTP and the electric cutouts from QTP are electric and variable(that is a custom $1500 exhaust done a few weeks ago). The chassis is clean and smoothed and very nice for a driver. The body has a 3 ½" chop, a fold out windshield, a ribbed station wagon roof insert, smoothed doors with electric solenoids(and a safety release), and the underside of the front fenders are polished to match the body. The hood sides are louvered, the dropped headlight bar has commercial headlights, and the cowl lights are the directionals. It has 4 wheel disc brakes and the front end is a complete polished stainless Must II. The wheels are original Halibrand, and the tires are new. The interior is all leather, seat risors will adjust to almost any size driver and passenger, new carpet, floating console with LED interior lights, power front windows, Vintage heat and air, batt cut off switch, Optima battery, Pioneer am/fm/cd/usb radio, tilt wheel, and more. Here is what it needs: radio antenna for FM stations, the clock doesn't work, and the paint above the belt molding has lifted in a few spots along the molding(not noticeable in pictures and not noticeable from 5 feet away. The car is real nice and the door gaps are excellent(the doors can be closed tight with ONE FINGER). I have priced it at $55 to sell it as is. If you can give me a valid reason based on condition why I should sell it for less, I will consider a fair offer. This is for sale way under value, and the next owner will love it.