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1932 Ford HiBoy Roadster Cover Feature Rod Action Magazine Car. Great Driver

Make: Ford
Model: Roadster
SubModel: HiBoy Roadster
Type: Convertible
Year: 1932
Mileage: 22975
VIN: DRF120145
Color: Green
Engine: 327
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Oakdale, California, United States

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Private seller

Description of 1932 Ford Roadster

To dsbad76@aol.com

Hello Ford Roadster Fans,

This is a Beautiful 1932 Ford Hiboy Roadster build by 2 Legends. It was built in the late seventies by AlEbberothand DickStritchfieldatStritchfield’sshop in Los Angeles Ca.DickStritchfieldfounded the LARoadster club, one of the largest hot rod organizations in the U.S. Car is registered in California as a 1932 Ford roadster. It was a cover feature in Rod Action Magazine, in May of 1981.The frame and front radiator shell are original.

The caris powered by a 327 Chevy SBC with aKenne-Bell 350 transmission. The rear endsuspended with triangulated four-bars witha57 Pontiachousingwith positraction and a 4:11 ratio.

The body and front end were purchased from Pete and JakesfirstTemple City shop (no longer existing). Thebody is #16 fromWescott, one of the first to be sold in the LA area. P&J only got three on the first shipment and the two with trunks sold first. This body has the rumble seat lid and is fully finished inside.Ebberothbuilt the aluminum hood and trick locking mechanism.

The brakes are mustang disks that are ground smooth and painted to match the car and frame.The steering and column is from a Mustang as well.The deep green paint is an 80’s Chrysler color. Believe it or not this paint is 40 years old!!! This has been well cared for over the past 41 years and it shows. There are only 22,975 miles on this car since it was built.

Upholstery was done by LannyBoeltlin Whittier a rather famous name at the time.

Current wheels are Eric Vaugh “Real Wheels”. These are aluminum cast in Halibrand’s original molds byVaugn.

The car has been garaged through the last 3 owners. It was built to drive and she is dependable.This Ford just runs and drives great. It is taken out quite often.

In my opinion the new owner will be very happy with this car and all the history behind it.

This 1932 Ford is being sold as is where is with No Warranty expressed written or implied.