1932 Ford Three Window Coupe


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427 SBC Aluminum Head Crate SmallBlock V8 - 567HP @ 6200rpms & 554 Lb-Ft TQ @ 4600rpms - Blueprinted & Dyno-Tuned


TH400 Automatic Transmission - Lokar Shifter

'32 Ford Stage III Chassis - Pete & Jakes Chromed Hair Pin Front Suspension / Triangulate/Coilover Rear Suspension / Hot Rod Housing

9-Inch Ford Rear End & 31-Spline Axles

Air Conditioning - Polished Compressor & Chromed In-Dash Vents

Power Windows & Smoke Tinted Glass

Custom One-Off Leather Upholstery & Ostrich Inserts - Bucket Seating - Center Console - Polished Cup Holder 

Custom White Face Analog Gauges - 140 Speedometer - Voltage - Oil Pressure - Water Temperature - Fuel 

Polished Tilt Steering Column & Custom Steering Wheel

American Racing 50th Anniversary Polished Wheels & B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires - 155/80R15s & 255/70R15s

4-Wheel-Disc Brakes - Braided Stainless Steel Lines

Cross-Steer Rack & Pinion Steering - Application Specific by Unisteer 

Custom Alpine AM/FM CD Stereo

Polished Front Bar & Integrated Turn Signals

Wiring by EZ Wiring 

Highly Polished Grille & Chromework Throughout

Custom Base/Clearcoat Candy Cherry Metallic Paint

Suicide Doors & Deadbolt Locks

Custom Fiberglass Body / Fenders / Running Boards / Grille Shell  (Russnomorestreetrods.com)

Titled as 1932 Ford 


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully done 1931 Ford Coupe. This car rides on a high quality Stage III chassis with Pete & Jakes Chrome Hair Pin Front Suspension & Rear Coil-Overs. Power is courtesy of an aluminum-head smallbock 427 Blueprint crate engine dyno tuned at over 565 horsepower. The interior showcases beautiful leather upholstery with Ostrich inserts while the exterior displays show quality base/clearcoat paint. No expense has been spared with this street rod. We also have a stack of receipts detailing the engine, chassis, etc.

The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this Deuce Coupe. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This is one nice street rod. View our 100% positive customer feedback and bid with 100% confidence to own this amazing car. This street rod can be driven and will do well at largest classic and collector car events. It is highly detailed top to bottom, as you can see. Also, be sure to play our video presentation to hear and experience this car to an even further degree.

Power is courtesy of this special crate engine. Ordered from Summit Racing and further developed and tuned, this balanced & blueprinted aluminum-head smallblock V8 made 567HP @ 6200rpms & 554 Lb-Ft TQ @ 4600rpms on the Dyno. Induction has been converted to a fuel injection system. The engine compartment is beautifully detailed with a polished A/C compressor, finned aluminum breather and polished or chromed components throughout.  The engine is just stunning, in performance and asthetics. Open the suicide doors to this beautifully done street rod and slide inside the custom leather upholstery. 

The leather seating features ostrich inserts. The door panels were custom built to match. The headliner is also press molded and features a custom mounted Alpine CD Stereo up front.  The dash houses the white face Dolphin Gauges. The center console houses the TH350s Lokar shifter and a custom cup holder. The carpeting is plush and has sewn seams, again high quality. The chassis is highly detailed and painted to match the exterior. The chassis was special ordered. This is a Stage III chassis with a chromed Pete & Jakes Hair Pin Front Suspension, Triangulate/Coilover Rear Suspension, etc.

The rear end is a Ford 9-inch with 31-spline axles. The battery is rear-mounted as is the custom spare tire/wheel with cover. The wheels of choice are these tasteful 50th Anniversary Edition polished American Racing 15-Inch Torque Thrust wheels fitted with B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires all around.