1932 Ford Other
This roadster is the ultimate street rod. It's the classic 1932 Ford roadster that is blazingly fast with a 540 HP supercharged all aluminum small block V8 with a B&M TH-400 trans and a Halibrand Championship Quick Change rear. Originally built at the B&M Automotive Project Street Rod, his car has been featured in Hot Rod Magazine twice as well as many other magazines. Here are some of the features: all polished stainless steel front suspension including s/s spindles, /s steering arms, /s batwings, /s lower shock mounts, /s spring perches, /s shackles, /s four bars, /s tie rod ends, nbsp;and s/s drag link. Chrome dropped Super Bell tubular front axle, osie chrome spring, ldan front shocks, ilwood billet disc brakes, nd Strange Engineering rear coilovers The engine has a Milodon aluminum block, orged steel crank, T-1 "pink" rods, RW forged pistons, rane hydraulic roller camshaft, rodix aluminum -10 cylinder heads w/Manley 2.02" intakes and 1.60" exhaust valves, rane roller rockers, &M 250 Powercharger supercharger, wo QuickFuel Specialties 650 CFM carburetors, SD Pro-Billet Distributor with MSD 6-A CDI ignition, ustom built all stainless steel exhaust system with 1-7/8" primaries. Oberg Oil Filter. The engine compartment is detailed to the max. The roadster ran the 1/4-mile in 11.61 et at 120.16 mph. Since the car ran that et and speed, he engine has had the HP increased by 90 HP. The interior was created by Dan Miller, n award winning interior craftsman. All the interior panels were carved out of foam, ith plaster molds made off of the foam, nd fiberglass laid up in the molds. This is a one-of-kind interior that is a true masterpiece. The wheels are two-piece true knock-offs by Boyd Coddington and only a very limited number of these were ever made. Despite being incredibly fast, he car is still a true driver and is equally at home in city traffic or on the open road. It idles at about 750 rpm and is super easy to drive. The car was completely re-freshened by Roy Brizio Street Rods in 2007 at a total expense of $68,000. The B&M trans was rebuilt in 2010.