1932 Ford Other 3 window
Here we have an amazing 1932 Ford 3 window coupe. This beautiful deuce coupe has gain world wide recognition and won more shows then it cares to remember. Having been built by Jon Golding of Homegrown Hot Rods in Southend England for Peter Tyas of Sheffield the workmanship and attention to detail on this car is absolutely amazing. The body is from Rodline where it was mildly chopped and channeled and sits on 32 Ford American Stamping rails. Front suspension consist of 4" drop I-beam axle with chrome mono-leaf and traditional steering with a Vega Box and hairpin radius arms. Brakes are 46 Ford with Buick finned aluminum drums. The rear suspension is set up with custom ladder bars and Aldan coil overs. The drive train consist of a ZZ4 350/355hp crate engine from GM performance with aluminum heads and intake a 3x2 Rochester carbs. Headers and exhaust are all stainless steel and custom built for that perfect fit. The transmission is a 700R4 automatic overdrive and the rear axle is the extremely awesome Halibrand quick change. The paint color is a metallic lilac (kind of a pastel purple) with custom scallops and pin striping. The fit and finish on the body is perfect along with the show quality paint. The beautiful interior is finished in white leather with purple piping, tewart Warner gauges, ioneer stereo (hidden under the seat) and lots of chrome. There is a 10 gallon fuel cell in the trunk, he nose tank is just for looks, nd a removable floor section to show off the rear axle at shows. Everything on the car works properly and it drives great, ery tight and sound. This coupe has been featured in nearly 20 magazines, alendars and photo shoots and was the runner up in the "Best of Britain" competition, hich is a very honorable award. The owner then brought the coupe to the states where it continued to rack up more winnings including the Oakland and San Francisco Nationals, ultiple Good Guys award winner (even graced their cover in 2008) and so on. This is one beautiful well built coupe, on't disappoint.