1932 Ford 3 window coupe Wescott body
Best of the best. The body is a Wescott, truly the best fiberglass body made. Just the bare body cost $21,323 plus shipping. The doors shut and latch easier than any other body I have seen. Pete and Jakes stage 3 chassis, cost $10,842. Superbell dropped I-beam front axel. This is a $70,000 build. Original type tilt out windshield. Fresh completely rebuilt 283 cu in Chevy engine, Edelbrock carb, Offenhauser valve covers. Never runs over 160 degrees. Sanderson headers. TH350 trans, 9" Ford rear. Wilwood 4 piston caliper front disk brakes hidden in SoCal finned covers. $2400 for the front brakes. Only 3600 miles since completed. Glide bench seat. 3" stainless exhaust. Pioneer CD player. American Racing wheels. Car is completely insulated and stays nice and cool inside. Titled as a 1932 Ford. You won't find a higher quality build for this money. No vibrations at any speeds. No fluid leaks. This car was built right and drives and rides right. You get what you pay for. Don't make an offer unless you are ready and prepared to buy it. Any inspections are to be done before you make an offer.