Of course the awesome paintwork attracted you to this 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster. But as you dig deeper, you'll discover a full quality and custom build with a ton of cool features – everything from a Pete & Jake's front end, to an overdrive transmission on the powerful V8.
Fit and finish is spectacular, with uniform gaps and super smooth body panels. That's what you get when you start with a body from the fiberglass masters at Wescott. The paintjob is a two-tone that you know took extra time and thoughtfulness. Black always looks good on a speedy Ford roadster, and so it's great having it lead the way. And then the red gets inserted like a waving checkered flag in front before it dominates the rear part of the profile. But what's really awesome about this full glossy finish are the details. It was a thoughtful eye that utilized the roadster's natural body creases to divide the two-tone, and since the removable roof is also finished in black, this one looks great even when the top is on. And you'll love the speedy details, like the racked-back two-piece windshield, and the high polished salt-flat style wheels with genuine knock-off hubs.
The red and black are expertly intertwined on the inside, too. The red leather bench is quite comfortable, and it coordinates with the side panels. The black returns on the carpeting, dash, and grip for the banjo-style steering wheel. The tall Lokar gearstick even has a black and red topper. More than just look cool, this is a true vintage street machine, and that's why the dash is dominated by proper set of full Moon gauges set in a machine-turned panel.
You'll love lifting both sides of the steel hood panels to show off this terrific powerhouse. Plenty of polished components means it's ready for the car show, but what you'll really love is talking about the power. A 383 cubic-inch V8 means big block displacement with small block weight. Plus, this inhales deeply with a Holley Street avenger four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as Hooker headers add more power with also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It's a great power package, but this build is more than just horsepower. It has thoughtful details like the integrated electric fan and rack & pinion steering. Plus, the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is great for performance kick-downs and overdrive cruising. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you're going to see a clean presentation. Plus, you'll spot the SoCal chassis and Pete & Jakes front end... both are pinnacles of stout construction and a terrific presentation.
This is the awesome-looking street machine with all the upgrades you want. So when it's ready to run right now, you know you don't want to miss this deal. Call today!!!