The 1932 Ford is an icon in the hot-rodding world, and while there's a wide selection of replicas on the market today, most have fiberglass bodies. Not that there's anything wrong with a 'glass body [you could make a '32 Ford out of cheese and it would still look beautiful], but there's something extra special about steel-bodied Deuce. Enter this amazing 1932 Ford Roadster. Cue the angel music.
This 1932 Highboy Roadster has an all-steel body from Brookville Roadster, a leader in steel-bodied Fords, and things only get better from there. The exterior comes in an understated Burgundy Metallic paint accented with a removable white soft top and stylish alloy wheels, while the interior is finished with white ultra-leather interior and ostrich inserts. Unlike some hot rods that are built during obvious trends, this car's look will age extremely well!
And the undercarriage is just as clean with all of the suspension and driveline components that are polished, chrome or painted to match the body. Behind those removable louvered side panels rests a crate 350 CID V8 with a four-barrel carb and finned valve covers painted to match the exterior. This engine is mated to a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, and 330 horsepower is set to the wide rear tires through a Ford nine-inch rear end with 3.77 gears and posi-traction.
This Roadster was built in 2014, but it has definitely been babied in its life. Not only does the overall condition show the care this car has been given, but with less than 7,000 original miles on it, this car is just barely broken in.
There are probably cleaner '32 Ford Roadsters out there, but you're going to have to work hard to find one. If you're looking for a vintage roadster that shows and goes, Fast Lane Classic Cars has you covered with this immaculate Highboy Roadster, and while you can't put a price on beauty, this car is currently listed for $69,995, or you can click HERE to make an offer.
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