1932 Ford Roadster
This 1932 Ford Roadster was built for the best of everything. That's why it has a fully-coordinated color package, performance V8, and an award-worthy fully independent suspension. And the reason it all looks so fresh is because the 40 miles on the odometer is how far its traveled since the full custom build was completed. This was built to show off, and that's why they sweated the extra details. For example, the Black Rose paint is a terrific color that combines that aggressiveness of both red and black. And the level of clearcoat shine it radiates lets you know why this is an award-worthy custom. But the extra attention means they then gave this a quality burgundy removable top that would coordinate with the dark reddish paint to makes the whole build look quite uniform even with the roof in place. And a street machine like this needs more than just smooth paint to be stunner. That's why they shaved the door handles and expertly deleted much of the trim for an ultra-slick style. This also draws serious attention to the remaining brightwork, like the waterfall grille, windshield frame, and 15-inch alloys. And keep digging deeper for details, because you'll keep finding masterful touches. Clear blue-dot headlights, metal running boards, and blinkers integrated into the metal bumpers Ã¢â‚¬" it's all part of a very thoughtful total package.