Ford Roadster (1932)
Sale price: US $110,000.00 Make an Offer
|Make:||Ford||Number of Cylinders:||8|
|Engine:||SBC||Warranty:||Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty|
|Drive Type:||RWD||Vehicle Title:||Clear|
|Fuel Type:||Gasoline||Exterior Color:||Black|
San Dimas, California, United States
110K OBO This SO-CAL Speed Shop built 1932 Ford Hiboy Roadster represents the best of traditional hot rodding. And although the basic styling is the late 50"s, there are many one-off machined aluminum trim pieces used throughout the theme of the car. The machined aluminum parts were methodically designed, softened and polished to enhance the traditional style of the vehicle. Notably the front and rear spreader bars, gas cap, taillight bezels, license plate frame and horn button are all machine made, yet look like cast aluminum. Other subtle changes such as the "square cornered" SO-CAL Speed Shop windshield frame, a peaked-to-perfection 3 piece hood and grille shell and a very outrageous set of outside headers. Note how the headers exit over the frame instead of under for a super clean look. The flawless black paint, louvers and Halibrand 16" and 18" knock-off wheels enhance the package but the final touch is the flame job. The flame design was applied from a mask taken directly from the side of the world famous "California Kid" 1934 Ford coupe. Special thanks to Pete Chapouris and the Slover family for allowing that to happen. Built at SO-CAL Speed Shop, Pomona CA in 2004 Feature car Street Rodder Magazine https:/ www.hotrod.com/articles/1932-ford-deuce-roadster/ SO-CAL Speed Shop Chassis and components Hidden Wilwood disc brakes in front and Police Special rear drum brakes Currie 9" rearend with polished center section Halibrand Wheels with knock offs Brookville Body Rootlieb hood SBC Fastburn 350 Richmond 5 speed Paint and body by Mick"s paint Interior by Gabe"s Custom Auto Interior Flames by Dennis Rickleffs Louvers by Eric Vaughn at Vaughn Machine Glide seat Stewart Warner gauges in SO-CAL Speed Shop dash insert 7.00R18 Excelsior rear tires 5.50R16 Excelsior front tires Comes with a black Bop Top as well This vehicle was built over 10 years ago and has just over 1000 miles on it. Always kept in a climate controlled garage and was detailed on a regular basis. To say the car is flawless is an understatement. Today the car would be 200k to have built at any professional facility.