1932 Ford Model A Roadster Street Rod
This Model A roadster is a great street-rod that has a great build quality. Good power, a tough sound and comfort to boot.
Why This Car Is Special
One look at the underside of this car lets you know that no expense was spared during the build. The frame and underside of the body are all nicely painted, along with the rear end and transmission pan. A lot of the suspension components are chrome to really make the underside pop.
A 350 cubic inches and has an Edelbrock Performer intake topped off with a Quadrajet carburetor. Headers lead out to dual exhaust with chrome tips exiting the rear and have a muscle car sound. A Turbo 350 backs up the engine and a Ford 9” with adjustable coil over shocks put the power to the ground. The front end has a chrome drop axle with chrome shocks and disc brakes.
A simple black vinyl bench seat with seat belts is accompanied by a tilt steering column and a very cool billet dash treatment that houses the VDO gauges. An AM/FM/Cassette radio is installed in the dash as well for your listening pleasure. The door panels are done in a matching black vinyl with a storage pocket on each door. The trunk is carpeted in black as well houses the battery and fuel tank.
This Roadster is painted a lovely Vintage Burgundy and is set off by aluminum alloy wheels. Chrome exhaust tips exit the rear and highlight the rear end from a distance. The iconic 32 Ford grill is paired with louvered hood sides and chrome headlights. This car has a great stance with big meats out back and the fenderless Wescott fiberglass body. The appearance are set off by an original 1932 Ford radiator and radiator surround. It doesn't get much cooler than that. This Roadster does come with a removable soft top in case of rain, or too much sun.
This is a great running 1932 Ford roadster, that was built with no expense spared. If you're looking for a turn key, ready to roll street rod you need to take a good hard look at this custom Ford.
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