This 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster is a stunning V8-powered roadster with quite an interesting story. It was completed in 2018 and went directly into a collection. So there's not even one mile on the odometer, and that's what we're told is the mileage since completed. That means this hot rod was treated more like art than a street machine. So you are going to see a level of quality inside and out that was made for admiring no matter if you choose to drive it or just continue to have it be the .....
centerpiece of your collection.
Sleekness is a priority with this build. That's why you have cool details like the color-matched frame, shaved door handles, no hood louvers, and a wind-swept windshield rake. They saved the brightwork just for the elements you want to stand out, like the waterfall grille, classic-style hubcaps, low-cut windshield frame, and suspension bars. And one of the best reasons to have this so sleek and clean is because everything fits together with a concours-level quality. So that orange paint is not only extra-bold, but all that modern shine really knows how to let the light smoothly dance across the whole body. So you know this one will look awesome no matter if this is out on a Sunday drive or a showpiece for your dream living room.
Part of this roadster's artistry is how the interior envelops the driver. The side panels have a cool design that runs through the doors, and the top even wraps around to create the top of the seat. There's also a nice level of comfort here thanks to the well-bolstered seats, plush carpeting, and an overall high-level fit and finish (even the switches are hidden under the ash for a cleaner look.). And this is a true driver with a classic-style sports steering wheel, a tilt column, a Lokar-style floor shifter, and a dash dominated by gauges done in black and red to coordinate with the full package.
The engine bay is another big reason for this car's showcase-like status. It's not just the inner walls that are done in a smooth red, but also the full motor looks exceptionally sleek. And the level of polish coming from the intake, alternator, and other details will put some pole's exterior chrome to shame. There's also plenty of substance behind the style. It's a 350 cubic-inch V8 that inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales into polished headers feeding a Borla dual exhaust. But don't just listen to the rumble, follow its path in the undercarriage photos. This is an absolutely beautifully done full setup that's as fresh and bright as the rest of the car. And you'll also sport good driving pieces, like the sting chassis, three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and rear adjustable coilovers.
Did you ever think you were going to own a hot rod where you get to help it earn its first mile on the odometer? Now is your chance to own an award-worthy fresh build that has been treated like art. Call today!!!