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1932 Ford 5 window coupe "The Champagne Coupe"

1932 Ford 5 window

Make: Ford
Model: 5 window
Type: Coupe
Year: 1932
Mileage: 450
VIN: 18-99999
Cylinders: 8
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Port Townsend, Washington, United States

Description for Ford 5 window 1932

Up for sale is the Iconic “Champagne Coupe”. This 1932 all Henry Ford Steel 5 window was built by the world famous So-Cal Speedshop in Pomona California under the guide of the late Pete Chapouris, Ryan Reed, and Jimmy Shine. During its construction it was used on the Discovery Channel’s T.V. program “Hard Shine”. When it debuted at the 75th anniversary of the 1932 Ford celebration at the Peterson Museum, rock star and hot rod aficionado Jeff Beck thought the color looked like a fine champagne and from then on it has been known as the “Champagne Coupe”.

Recently, the coupe went through a freshen up and the styling was moved up a decade from a late 50’s era build to a late 60’s era build. There are 450 miles on the car since its re-do and it shows like a fresh build from top to bottom and runs and drives fantastic.

Body – Pristine Henry Ford body chopped 2 ½” by the Kennedy Brothers. Henry Ford fenders, gas tank, frame horn covers and grille shell. Grille has been filled and peaked by So-Cal Speed shop. Henry Ford hood with louvered hood tops done in the 60’s. 3 piece custom splash apron by Jerry Sanders

Chassis – So-Cal Speed shop “step box” chassis with 5” drop axle, hairpins, and So-Cal hidden disk brakes with chromed drum covers. Currie 9” rear buggy sprung with So-Cal ladder bars. All brake and fuel lines are polished stainless steel

Engine – 1963 Buick 401 “nailhead” built by Ray Zeller racing engines. Offenhauser dual quad intake manifold with edelbrock 500cfm carbs. Moon finned aluminum valve covers and Cal Custom carb scoops.

Transmission – Tremec TKO600 5 speed with overdrive

Wheels/Tires – Front 15x5.5 American Rebel kidney bean with Fireston 145/15 radials with smoothed sidewalls. Rear 16x”trick”8 American Rebel sprints with 245/75/16 radials with smoothed sidewalls.

Interior – Black and White leather with german square weave carpet originally done at Gabes and freshened up at Sid Chavers upholstery. Chrome garnish moldings. Gauges are NOS Stewart Warner Green Line.

Paint – Custom mix color created by Pete Chapouris and Mick Jenkins based off House of Color Zenith Gold.

Contact Rich 360-385-3199