1932 Ford Coupe
Ever since classic car collecting and customization was a thing the 1932 Ford has been one of the most popular vehicles to own. These cars have a look all their own and there is nothing cooler than seeing a vintage 32 rolling down the road. This car was extremely well built and combines a lot of the original 32 Ford style with modern reliability making it not only a great looking car but one you can drive anywhere. The 5 window Kilbourne body is in excellent shape and .....
has a 2.5 inch chop. It is painted in a gloss Black paint that is absolutely beautiful. Any painter or car aficionado in the world will tell you a Black paint job is a tough one to get right. It shows every imperfection hidden underneath. Well this thing shines like a mirror and is one that was done right. The hood, grill shell and running boards are steel with the rest being fiberglass. To avoid any troubles with underside rock chips the fenders were actually rhinolined for extra protection. The car was actually built to look like a steel car and even has the correct brackets underneath, etc. On the outside you will see a lot of the original styling like the grill to the chrome bumpers. These are actually really neat to see in place. For a while there the trend was to remove a lot of these original features so nowadays when you see them it actually makes the car stand out from the rest in a great way. It has the stock style headlights as well with the headlight bar but they incorporate the turn signals inside of them. This gives it a nice clean look while still being functional. In back the taillights are from a 1950 Pontiac and are mounted below the truck lid. All of the glass is in excellent condition with tinted windows and the windshield is framed with stainless trim. Both the hood and side panels are louvered which is a nice olds school touch. The wheels are Blacked out with dog dish chrome center caps which work perfectly with the overall look of the car. The wheels are wrapped with BF Goodrich tires which still have a lot of life left in them.
The drivetrain and suspension is where you will find a lot of modernization which results in a reliable car that you can hop in and go at anytime. All original style cars have their place but it is nice to be able to know you can drive your 32 in a cruise across the country without any concern. The 350 ci 375hp motor is balanced/blue printed and only has 500 miles on it. It was all professionally built and runs very well. It is topped with a lot of chrome/billet upgrades but keeping with the Black and chrome theme things like the finned valve covers incorporate Black which gives it a really clean and professional look. It has a vintage Cadillac air cleaner which is also painted Black and looks good. The exhaust is all new and dumps underneath the car right behind the rear. The transmission is a Turbo 350 automatic with floor shifter and sends power back to the Winters quick change rear end with angle cut gears and a great looking chrome center section. The suspension consists of an I beam front axle, chrome shocks, a 4 bar link and adjustable coilovers in back. It rides down the road well and is a comfortable driver. The front disc brakes have nice aluminum dust covers and the owner just spent a lot of time/effort going completely through the car and detailing even pieces like those dust covers. He bought the car which was completed 12997 miles ago and then went totally through it making things right which included replacing the motor.
The interior is finished out in all Black with an adjustable bench seat. The dash is painted Black like the body is it topped with Stewart Warner gauges in a nice engine turned bezel. In the lower dash section you will find the Vintage AC/Heat controls, chrome vents and billet knobs/switches for the headlights, etc. In front of the driver sits a great looking 1940 Ford steering wheel on top of a tilt steering column. An AM/FM/CD player with navigation system has also been added with a screen mounted in the center. The lokar shifter is routed through the floor and moves through the gears smoothly. Other nice upgrades include the power window controls and a power cut off switch which is located in the trunk where the battery is also mounted.
This great looking 32 has a lot going for it and was put together well.
This beautiful 32 could be yours for $59,000.00!
This car is being listed for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.