1932 Ford Roadster


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350 c.i. 4bbl. V8 - non-matching number's with factory equipment - ignition shielding - exhaust manifolds - breather

4-Speed Manual Muncie Transmission

Deluxe Factory Interior

Bucket Seating & Center Console

Air Conditioning

Power Steering

Power 4-Wheel-Disc Brakes

Painted T-Tops & Inserts

Luggage Rack

15-Inch Turbine Wheels & Spinner Caps - 225/70R15 B.F. Goodrich Radial T/As x 4

AM/FM Delco Stereo

Tilt-Telescopic Steering Column

Remote Driver's Mirror


The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the chosen spot for many of our photos of this great street rod. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The body is by "Show Me" custom bodies. The paint & body work was done by Street Rod Concepts in Clute, Texas. This is a beautiful finish. The color is custom Imron Jade Metallic with House of Colors metalflake and multi-stage clearcoat, color-polished and sealed to a mirror shine. Just under 3,000 miles have been logged on this build. Power is courtesy of a performance-oriented 302 cubic inch V8. An Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold & 670cfm Holley 4bbl. carburetor are responsible for induction duties while ceramic-coated Sanderson exhaust expel the spent combustion gases in a hurry. "Ford in a Ford".

The engine is detailed to show with billet dress and green, green, green! The block was finished in Jade Green as was the chassis and many components. There is a ton of billet aluminum, chrome, and shiny paint on this Roadster. The alternator is chromed. The pullies are chromed. The HEI distributor has a chromed cover. The interior is beautifully done. The interior work was done by Riveria in Sea Brook, Texas. The trunk is clean and very neatly done. The hinges are billet & the polished strut has multiple positions. This is a multiple show winner, it has done well at all the local shows it attended. The trophies will be included.

Ultra-Leather upholstery surrounds the glide seats while the door panels were custom-fitted to match. The dash consists of Dolphin brand vintage series gauges. All wiring is professionally done, the wiring harness is by Haywire. The steering wheel is a custom billet aluminum leather-wrapped "Banjo" style wheel. The shifter is by Lokar as is the floor-mounted emergency brake. The carpeting is a loop-type with sewn seams. The steering column is by Ididit. We have an album showcasing the build and much of the work that went into this Roadster.

The suspension is by Pete & Jakes, paired with the first-class TCI frame. The undercarriage is beautifully detailed. With less than 3,000 miles on the odometer, this build has never seen inclement weather and hopefully never well. The wheels are by Vintique, 15x7s up front fitted with 215/70/15 Dunlop rubber while the backhalf wears healthy 15x10s with 275/60/15 Dunlops.(GT Qualifier Radials) .The pinstriping is by Ray Milbourne. Cooling duties are more than handled via a polished high capacity Griffin aluminum radiator with a Spal brand 2300cfm electric fan & electric thermostat. The differential a Currie 9-inch with highway friendly and powerful 3.25:1 gearing & a traction-loc differential.

The frame is by TCI, custom finished in Imron Jade Metallic to match. The suspension is by Pete & Jakes. This is a very well done '32 Ford Roadster.