1932 Ford Deuce Roadster Hot Rod Flathead Traditional Style Straight Drive

Price: US $42,000.00 Item location: Pauline, South Carolina, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Roadster
  • Type: Roadster
  • Year: 1932
  • Mileage: 1,000
  • VIN: SCDMV000000532401
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 1950 Ford Hlathead
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1932 Ford Roadster

Chassis

  • JW Rod Garage rails with tubular cross-member and removable transmission mount

  • Pete & Jakes Super-Bell I-Beam 4" dropped axle with disk front Brakes

  • Hairpin radius rods

  • Front reverse eye leaf spring

  • 1950 Ford differential with stock drum brakes and emergency brake

  • Four-bar rear suspension with Chrome QA1 coil-over shocks

  • 15” x 4" front "Halibrand" Style wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich rubber P155/80R15

  • 15” x 8" rear "Halibrand" Style wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich SilverTown rubber P285/70R15

  • Painted Black Base Coat/Clear Coat

Body

  • County Line Rods fiberglass body

    • These bodies are built around a tubular steel frame work – the most steel inner support as any body I have seen on the market

    • Doors and trunk fit well and both open/close with ease

    • Exposed stock type door hinges

    • Power Trunk

  • 2" chopped windshield With Dual Mirrors – for thattraditional hot rodlook!

    • Green tinted glass

  • Steel grill shell with stock style insert

  • No hood "Can't hide a Flathead"

  • 11 Gallon gas tank

  • 1950 Style Pontiac Taillights

  • Optima trunk mounted battery

  • Sid Chavers Bop Top Hatz ClothConvertibleTan Top

  • Painted Black Base Coat/Clear Coat

Interior

  • Electric gauge cluster with back lights (5 gauges: water temp, oil pressure, fuel, volts, speedometer)

  • Brushed stainless steel steering column with urethane bushings

  • Traditional style steering wheel

  • 1950 Ford shifter and boot

  • Tan interior panels (doors, kick panels, seat)

  • Brown short loop pile automotive carpet in the cockpit and in the trunk

  • Matching floor mat

  • Tan Built-In"CALIFORNIA STYLE"Seat

Engine and Transmission

  • 1950 Ford Flathead bored .040 over with 4" Mercury crank, Offy Aluminum Heads, Offy Aluminum intake with Dual 2 Barrels and a 1950 Ford 3 Speed TruckTransmission

    • Extremely nice engine that fires right up the first time

    • Idles great - runs very strong

    • Runs cool, 180 – 185 degrees all day

    • Chrome Block-Hugger Headers and Flow Master exhaust

    • Aluminum radiator

    • Transmission will jump out of second gear sometimes but does not effect the shifting or driving if you keep your hand on the shifter while in second gear.


This car is being sold with a clear VIN issued by the state of South Carolina.

Any Questions you can call me at 864 208 4425

My name Phillip Lawson at County Line Rods. I am selling this for a elderly customer of mine with health issues.