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1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

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1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe REAL STEEL Chopped 3 inches Channeled 5 inches over chassis. Chrome dropped axel, 350 Chevy with Comp Thumper cam, Sanderson Headers, Turbo 350 Transmission, 8inch Ford posi rear with 301 gears, Stainless Steel fire Wall, 40 Dash with Auto Meter Gauges, Limeworks Steering Colum, Repro 40 steering wheel.












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1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe Fiberglass 331 Hemi hotrod

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1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe, it is a Fiberglass Body (Downs I have been told). It is Coated in a Beautiful PPG Vibrance Red Candy the undercarriage is painted White as well as the firewall to give it the old school look. It has a steel grill shell and stainless insert. The engine is a 1954 Chysler New Yorker 331 Hemi it is built and sounds KILLER. It is decked out with hothead 2x4 intake and as much bling as you can get, it is awsome!! A 700R4 Transmission backs this Beautiful engine and is attached to a ford 9'' Rear end with Chrome 4 bar and chrome panhard bar. The Front end is a completely Chromed Drop Axle Assembly with disc brakes and Curtis Hairpins also has Unisteer Cross Steering. The Wheels are Radir special order rears with wide whites and Pie Crust Cheaters on back. The interior is done in Pearl White with Red Metal Flake inlays. Lokar Shifter and E-Brake, Polished Tilt Steering Column, Billet Gauge insert with ProTech Gauges, Billet and Red wraped Steering Wheel, power windows, A/C complete except 2 lines need hooked up and Heat , Trunk is carpet to match interior floor with chrome hinges, Red tint on the windows which gives it the ol school look. The car was completely torn apart, thousands of dollars spent on it and Painted the Beautiful Red in 2010 and turned into pretty much a trailer Queen. The car Won Top 100 Streetrods in the US in 2011. Mags it was in and Windshield award go with car and it is also on the 2016 Calgary Canada World of Wheels Poster where it competed last year. I am 65 and am looking for a Steel 32 5 window of equal value











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1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

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This five window, 1932 Ford originated as a hotrod in Simi Valley, CA. It was owned by the Wortman Family there in the early 1950s. In 1959 it was channeled 2 inches and fitted with a 1957 Chrylser drivetrain. The 392 is out of a Chrysler 300 letter series, with 2x 4 barrel carbs. It was heavily involved in the drag racing in Southern California area in the early 1960s. In 1970 Scott Wortman, the owner, moved to his uncle's farm in Wetmore, KS. In 1972, the 392 was rebuilt with the intent to go racing in Kansas. As usual, plans don't always go as hoped and the car was stored until 1985 when Scott decided to sell it. This is where Rick Reust comes in. He saw an add for the 32, called and went to look at it and was exactly what he was looking for. Even the yellow paint and pin-striping is vintage 1950s. The only catch was, Scott was not home and his aunt had Rick in to look at the car. Rick waited over two hours for Scott to return and unfortunately found out the car had been promised to a relative.




Ten years had past and in 1995, Rick returned home to find a message that stated, "I have that 32 Ford you wanted to buy, call me if you want to buy it". Rick purchased the car the next day. The car was untouched from the 1960s. It still retained its Chrysler 392 Hemi with a Crager intake with four Stromberg 97s, Joe Hunt Mag original Moon gas tank and fuel block push button transmission and slicks on the rear.





Over the years, Rick slightly modified the 32 for drivability while retaining all the vintage nostalgia of a period correct hotrod. It has received a new turbo 350 trans, new exhaust system and updated interior, but retained original Stewart Warner gauges. It runs on the center two Stromberg 97s and drives fantastically.
It also has new Lincoln style front backing plates chromed, with the bendix operating shoes.










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1932 Ford All Steel Highboy Roadster

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1932 Ford Roadsters around. This has been a 10 year long personal proect of the owner, and now that it's complete, he's decided to sell it, as he has another project on the burner!




1932 Ford Roadsters - '32's are the quintessential Hot Rod, and a roadster is the coolest of the breed. Over the years there have been some pretty mind blowing and 'rule setting' ones in the traditional hot rod world. We all know there are fiberglass ones by the droves, and even Brookville, Rod Bod's and maybe even others have joined the fray with steel bodies. But. If you've ever worked with vintage steel, you know there is just something about the metal that Henry Ford produced these cars in. It's workable, and has other alloys than just steel - plus it is, as Coca Cola used to say - "the real thing". This, my friends, is the real thing. It's not for those who want to play house, it's for those who want to own a real house, a real deal all steel 1932 Ford Roadster. Is it the cheapest one ever? Nope. But go and gather the parts, if and when you can find them, and very quickly you will understand that the 'real thing' has an admission price. Not being snarky here, just honest. Yes, it's hot rodded a bit, but man oh man is it tastefully done. I will go through this car and answer every question that I can think you might ask. Here we go: starting with the original '32 chassis, with the 18 (V8) vin stamped in it, and uncut K Member add an original 32 steering box, column ignition switch lock and wheel, heavy '32 axle dropped 3 inches, '32 uncut wishbone, '32 pedals, add '40 ford brakes up front, and a comletely freshened 8 inch Ford rear end. Sometimes people will ask 'why all the holes on the right side of the chassis? That's for a right hand drive, Ford would stamp the frames and send them overseas, this way there were mounting holes for a right hand drive steering box!! All the holes are in place as well to mount fenders on the chassis - aftermarket frames won't have these either. The brakes are all new, lines, hoses, cylinders, etc. all new. Drop in a 1961 283 Chevrolet small block, completely rebuilt and topped by a fresh Rochester tri-power - 3 deuce set up, which all looks awesome whether the hood's open or peeking through the louvers, behind that you will find a '66 Mustang 3 speed (just think syncros) toploader attached via a mount/bellhousing from We're Only 32's in Akron Ohio. Driveline is new and custom built as well. Cast manifolds deliver exhaust notes to pipes that are a bit bigger up front, and then neck down to 1 1/2 inch tail pipes. You aren't imagining it - there are no mufflers, and the exhaust note is darn near heavenly - or more simply put - it sounds great, but without too much bark. The engine is cooled by a custom built copper and brass radiator. Wheels are '40 Ford 16 inch out back and in front are 15 inch. Tires are Firestone Gum Dipped and are spankin' new - 7.50x16 in the rear / 5:60x15 up front and the wheels at both ends are topped by no name Ford style caps. Inside what you will find is all business, that's leather on the seats and door panels my friends. Looks period, but it's all new. Dash is original '32 with a correct and '32 dash tunnel just like it should be. The insert is aftermarket and the speedo/odo is new. Floors are '32 and steel. As mentioned before, and as is visibly evident is the '32  column, cherry pie steering wheel and column drop/lock/switch. An original '32 e-brake handle is mounted with a We're Only '32 bracket and, unlike many, is functional. Pedals as mentioned before as well are original '32 items. Headlights and headlight bar, along with lenses are original, but have halogen inserts for safety and better lighting. Tail lights are LED, once again, for brightness and safety. One thing you don't see pictured, but that is available to the purchaser of the car (if you want it) is a new Lebaron-Bonney top and frame, that even includes the side curtains. This is cloth in the correct, or what I know to be correct, tan color. It's never been mounted to the car, and if you're going to run a chopped windshield, you may not want it. Just thought we would throw that out there. DId I tell you the body is original Henry Ford?? The only part that isn't are the inner fender wells, preety common for those to be bad after all these years. Everything else is OEM, just as Henry designed it, and his emplyees made it. Well, there are a few mods, like the '39 taillights, but you get my drift. The body, doors, deck lid, all original steel. Just the inner fender patch panels, the only repro piece in the body. Even the top tack rail is original '32. Grill shell is filled and peaked, but original. Cowl vent is original, in place and functional - you will note it's open just a bit for the pictures. Firewall is original and nice. It closes down as it should and fits fine. The windshield looks a little tall, as we are used to seeing chopped ones I think. The frame IS stock, and unchopped, though it would be so tempting, and easy, to run a chopped one, tilt it back a little.....  This was a very solid body that came out of the midwest, and it had been an older hot rod back in the day, up into the 70's, with a groovy reddish brown color. The doors and deck lid all fit as the should, the trunk is a trunk, obviously, and not a rumble with a pull to unlatch it just under the seat. The paint is very nice, and is a more traditional single stage urethane, not lacquer, and not base clear. The license plate wasn't mounted, just in case you want it in between tailights, on the rear spreader bar, or wherever.
















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1932 Ford Brookville Steel Roadster

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New built 1932 Ford Roadster.  Car was just completed, everything is new.  Runs great, ready to drive, nothing else is needed.  Amazing low stance, draws tons of attention.  This car is low and has lots of appeal to nearly every type of car enthusiast.  




Body

Brookville steel body, Steel hood and grill shell.  Rodwell custom built windshield frame.  Optional top of any color.      




Interior

Brown distressed water buffalo upholstery.   Glide seat frame, Lifeworks column with shifter on the column.  Seat is very comfortable for driving long distance.  




Drive train

SBC , idles perfect, no cooling issues.  Has plenty of power for this light car.  700r4 OD Trans, rebuilt for this car and shifts perfectly.  9 inch Ford rear end with 3.25 gears.  Car flys down the freeway!  




Frame and Suspension

SoCal frame, brakes, and suspension.    Coil over adjustable suspension with rear drum brakes.  




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'32 roadster with Lincoln engine

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