1932 Ford Tudor Model B

Price: US $9,100.00 Item location: Denver, Colorado, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Year: 1932
  • Mileage: 1,234
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1932 Ford

For your consideration is a beautiful 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan model B.

All Henry steel with no rust or patch panels ever, California car that was moved to Arizona and Texas. Very Dry!

Original Henry frame unboxed and undrilled

Original grill shell, insert, radiator cap and bezel

682 headlamps with Deluxe speed shop headlamp bar

Juice brakes

Houdaille friction shocks

Dropped heavy ford axle

Banjo rear 3.54 gears

1939 3 speed

Currently no door panels or headliner, original wood still intact and solid

New battery, 12 volt

SW gauges

1950 8BA Block-Boiled, decked, shaved, Honed, lapped

1950 Mercury crank, shaved and light weighted, balanced

3 3/8 bore with 4” stroke

NOS Mercury Rods

NOS Edelbrock pistons from 1962 3 3/8 bore 1/8 lower crown

Isky cam (mild), custom ground by Weber Tool

Edelbrock original block letter heads 24 stud

Edelbrock intake port matched and smoothed

NOS 327 points distributor


Reds Headers to HP Porter Mufflers

286ci with 9:2 compression

Balanced and light weighted flywheel from Weber Tool

Weber Tool and performance, Stockton CA.

Built By Art Beach

Nice 1932 with all the good stuff. An award winner, with cool history dating back to its original owner and family.Only offering at this time due to another car I want to pursue.

Please email estradapanic@comcast.net for more pics or details before bidding.

Will sell worldwide. $500 deposit due at the end of the auction. Remaining balance due within 7 days after. Buyer is responsible for shipping

On Oct-18-16 at 13:50:28 PDT, seller added the following information:

A lot of emails already on the 32 Tudor. I will get back to you in order ASAP. To answer a few questions... Steering is stock Un-split wishbone 40 Ford wheels 16x5 in rear with 700 rear pie crust Firestones. 16X4.5 in front with 450 pie crust firestones. I have an original 1932 steering wheel that I would replace with the banjo if you want to go that route. This car is the real deal!!