1932 Ford Other --
Built to be driven and enjoyed this impressive Ford features an appealing mix of retro style and modern performance. And if you're a hands-on rodder who's looking for a car with a little more substance than chrome and bright paint it's your one-way ticket to good times and great fun! During its detailed build this Ford's quality fiberglass was whittled into a striking custom that's smooth solid and ready to roll. And that timeless profile made an excellent foundation for brilliant Metallic Blue... 2-stage. Pop the hood and you'll find a reliable 350 cubic inch Chevrolet small block that's been polished rebuilt and fitted with proven Vortec heads. Behind that hot small block a dressed 700R4 4-speed twists torque to an awesome quick-change axle. That polished third member funnels power through a transverse leaf rear-clip that's finished with polished hair pins and polished Pete & Jakes shocks. That mirrored clip pushes a transverse leaf front-half that's comprised of a chromed leaf a chromed drop axle more polished hair pins and more polished shocks. Stops come courtesy of a traditional combination of disc and drum brakes. And everything rolls on chromed steelies which spin Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 whitewalls. Pop the doors and you'll find a retro vinyl interior that's both simple and stylish. At ground level a sea of blue carpet frames a polished e-brake trick foot pedals and an exaggerated Lokar shifter. In front of that shifter a body-matched dash hangs a Classic Instruments Rocket Tach beneath Vintage Air climate control and Stewart Warner telemetry that's sealed behind an engine-turned instrument panel. Seating is provided by a broad bench which easily adjusts to fit drivers who are well over six feet tall. And speaking of drivers they spin a polished banjo-style steering wheel around a polished tilting column. Want to look good AND go fast? Call click or visit for a chance to own this awesome Ford custom!