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1932 FORD ROADSTER TRADITIONAL 32 HOT ROD BRAND NEW BUILD

1932 Ford Roadster

Make: Ford
Model: Roadster
Type: Roadster
Year: 1932
Mileage: 12
Color: Fawn
Engine: 307
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Louisville, Kentucky, United States
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Description for Ford Roadster 1932


***This car is being relisted due to a non-paying bidder. Please only bid if you are a serious buyer.***


Get "the look" with this freshly built 1932 Ford Roadster. The aggressive stance; laid-back, curved windshield, and traditional colors provide an attitude that makes this car look like it is going 100 mph sitting still (or ready for a trip down the salt flats)! Built using components from some of the top names in the business including: Pete & Jakes, Lokar, Stewart Warner, Coker, Early Ford Parts,Tanks, etc.


This car is being sold with a clear,original Pennsylvania 1932 Ford Roadster title.


Chassis

  • American Stamping Corporation rails with tubular cross-member and removal transmission mount

  • Chrome Pete & Jakes I-Beam axle with custom 1940 Ford style drum brakes that utilize all modern, readily available components (12" x 2" brake shoe)

  • Chrome Pete & Jakes hairpins

  • Chrome Pete & Jakes front leaf spring

  • 9" Ford differential with drum brakes

  • Four-link rear suspension with QA1 adjustable coil-over shocks

  • 16" wire spoke front wheels wrapped in Coker Excelsior rubber

  • 18" wire spoke rear wheels wrapped in Lester rubber


Body

  • Kilbourne Rod Shop fiberglass body

    • These bodies are built around a tubular steel frame work – the most steel inner support as any body I have seen on the market

    • Doors and trunk fit well and both open/close with ease

  • Curved, laid-back windshield – compare how this windshield looks to a stock windshield!

    • Aluminum windshield stanchions hand cast in Louisville, KY

    • Acrylic curved "glass" manufactured by Shields in Martinsville, IN

      • This is a formed piece of acrylic with a patented coating applied to both sides that is extremely scratch resistant. This coating repels fog and rain.

      • This is the same material used for the windshields on Top Fuel Dragsters, hydroplanes, streamliners, etc.

  • Steel grill shell with hand- built grill insert

  • TANKS brand gas tank with Stewart-Warner sending unit


Interior

  • Stewart-Warner electric gauge cluster with back lights (5 gauges: water temp, oil pressure, fuel, volts, speedometer)

  • Custom fabricated steering column with urethane bushings

  • Traditional style steering wheel

  • Lokar shifter and shifter boot

  • Black simulated leather panels (door, kick panels, trunk, behind seat)

  • Black short-nap automotive carpet in the cockpit and it the trunk

  • Black simulated leather bench seat


Engine and Transmission

  • Chevy Small Block with Powerglide transmission

    • Extremely nice engine that fires right up the first time

    • Idles great as soon as it starts

    • Runs 190 – 195 degrees all day

    • HEI ignition (the small distributor)

    • Finned aluminum valve covers

    • Traditional ram horn exhaust manifolds into exhaust that has been wrapped in heat tape for a traditional look

    • Aluminum radiator (painted satin black)


This car is being sold with a notarized bill of sale.


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$1000 deposit via PayPal required within 24 hours of the auction end. Winning buyer should plan to pay with cash in person and plan
to have the vehicle picked up within 7 days of auction close. This vehicle is located in Louisville, Kentucky. This car is being sold with a clear, original Pennsylvania 1932 Ford Roadster title.