This 1932 Ford Roadster is a low-mileage built with quality everywhere. Modern fuel-injected Corvette power, a six-speed, a custom interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and more all prove this slick build for those who want no compromises.
This is a Coast to Coast fiberglass body with only about 1,800 miles on the total build. So you know you're looking at quality. Red paint is a bold choice, and we love that the Victory Red is borrowed from the Corvette's palette as a subtle hint to this .....
hot rod's power. Sleekness is a priority with this build. That's why you have cool details like the color-mated pinch weld frame, thin flush-mounted taillights, shaved door handles w/door poppers, and a hideaway convertible top. They saved the brightwork just for the elements you want to stand out, like the waterfall grille, headlight assembly, and low-cut windshield frame. And of course, there's plenty of polish on the American Racing wheels. They are staggered 20/22 inches front/rear to give you a modern size and an aggressive stance.
While the black roof has a look-cut style that looks great when in place, you really know this one loves to be open to the world. This has some extra thoughtful touches, like the bright trim in the seatbacks and wood inserts in the custom door panels. The center console has a sliding door to hide your stereo and air conditioning controls (these features will need servicing to ideally function again.) And this one was built with the driver in mind. That's why the seats have individual bucket-like bolstering, a tilt steering column, and full gauges taking center stage in the dash. And have you counted the gears on the shifter yet?
There are side panels for the engine bay that come, but we bet you bet you'll really just want to keep this one open to the world. After all this motor is a terrific mix of modern components and classic flair. The heart is a 5.7-liter LS1 V8. This modern fuel-injected powerhouse also shows off pure vintage style with its polished headers. Plus, you have great supporting comports like an aluminum radiator, electric fan, March serpentine belt system, and the battery mounted in the rear for better weight distribution. You take proper control of the motor with a T56 six-speed manual transmission. The suspension has also been upgraded with Heidts independent front end and a four-link rear with adjustable coilovers. Add in rack & pinion steering, modern ZR-rated tires, and four-wheel disc brakes, and you have a fun driving full package.
Sharp, loaded, and powerful - this is the custom that has it all. So if you want the best of everything, don't let this one slip away, call today!