Here is a sought after 1932 Ford steel bodied full fender roadster. This car was built in the late 1950's to early 1960's. It was built as a show car, and still is a very attractive roadster. Body modifications include, 3" chop, 7" channeled, front fenders extened 2", bobbed rear fenders, Frenched hinges, rolled rear pan, and 1948 Pontiac tail lights. Powered by a Chevy 283 Cu In V8 and backed by a turbo 400 automatic transmission. The 283 is out of a 1958 Corvette and is bored to 301. Other modifications to engine are ported heads, Duntou cam, solid lifters, dual 4 barrel carburetors, and Mallory ignition. Interior is a very nice custom leather in a two tone cream and tan. As you will see in the pictures many suspension and engine parts were chromed. Some of the chromed parts include, starter, oil pan, transmission pan, transmission lower bell housing cover, original style oil filter cover, front axle, front brake and backing plates. This car has been very well preserved and still retains the great history of the original build.