1932 Ford Roadster
Looking for a super sharp street rod that you can parade down Main Street and park at local cruise nights? How about a cool piece of Americana that'll turn heads anywhere it goes? If you're in the market for a great cruiser that's stylish, powerful and has lots of history, who says you have to buy a stuffy, high maintenance trailer queen?
A ground up build, custom all the way, this pop top roadster, screams of the days when street racing decided who was king, and the drive-in was THE place to be. Crate motored, dripping with chrome, nostalgia, and Porsche red. Check out the details, and grease up your hair for this beauty.
Custom graphics on the hood, rear, and frame rail swoop overtop of the immaculate Porsche Red 2-stage paint on the resin Westcott repo body, that is perched atop a Pete and Jakes quality street rod chassis. A chopped removable drop top by SD Chavers in superior condition covers the passenger compartment. Chrome, chrome, chrome, from the Superbell drop I beam front axle, to the 4-bar leaf spring, shocks, and rack and pinion steering. The rear suspension shows just as proudly with chrome coil over shocks and springs and a chrome four bar. American racing 5 spokes are adorning all fours and are wrapped with virtually new 195x70-R14's in the front, and 31 x 10.5-R15's in the rear.
A black bench in vinyl with folding seat cushion, and backrest stretches from door to door. Door panels are in black as well and include a pocket for storage. A matching Porsche Red metal dash stretches the interior width as well and shows a cluster of chrome bezel VDO gauges. A chromed steering column adjusts to any driver's physique.
The 350ci crate motor breathes through an Edelbrock carb and aluminum intake manifold. Seen is a chrome dress up kit has been added to give extra bling to the valve covers, oil pan, starter, air cleaner, and engine mounts. Exhaling is done through Sanderson coated street rod headers, and Flowmaster exhaust. Strapped to the rear of the mill is a 350 Speedway Turbo Transmission, which puts power to a 9-inch Ford rear. Front discs and rear drums are seen, and a note the underside is as beautiful as the topside.
The drive-in harkens, the drag strip beckons, and the gals are swooning when you pull up in this awesome rod. Cuff your jeans, roll a pack of cigarettes into your T-shirt sleeve, and put your foot to the floor...1, 2, 3, o'clock …4 o'clock rock!