1932 Ford Coupe
Nicknamed the 'Deuce,' the '32 Ford became the hot rod to have, a symbol of youthful automotive enthusiasm. The '32 offered the first mass-produced V8 engine – called the “flathead.” Public interest in the car seemed to be part and parcel to the 78-mph top speed. The '32 Ford's style and performance made it the foundation for vehicle personalization and the automotive aftermarket of the day.
For consignment an almost perfect 3-Window deuce, courtesy of a diligent builder, and an Outlaw body and chassis package. The 2 have come together to produce a stunning example of the 32 deuce coupe. Instead of using up painstaking hours trying to restore a steel body and dealing with all the pitfalls that come with it, we have fiberglass!
Laser straight panels, perfectly curving fenders, completely shaved, and chopped, then dipped in Cayenne (as in pepper) Red Pearl paint, it does not get much better than this. Also mounted bling, includes 2 LED light bars front and rear just to let the competition see you coming…and going…Added also are a stainless vertical bar radiator grille, and flanking this are two vintage style chromed headlights. As you walk around this beauty you can get a peek at the sparkling engine due to the side cowlings being left off. Salt Flat style American racing wheels compliment the look and are mounted on all 4 corners.
Swinging open the suicide doors via a keyless entry FOB, we are met with an amalgamation of pristine gray cloth panels, with red tuck and roll panels, and peppered by custom aluminum door handles and armrests. These have power window and power lock switches imbedded within them. Moving our eyes inward, we are met with 2 buckets covered in gray leather, and keeping in tune with the door panels, red suede tuck and roll inserts. Gray carpeting floods the floor and is in near newly installed condition. A chromed tilt steering column is topped by a modern take on the banjo style steering wheel with some curves and twists added to the center spokes just for fun. A Cayenne Red metal dash houses a gaggle of Maximum white-faced gauges and fronting them is a Lokar shifter. Noted also are Vintage air and a 10-disc CD AM/FM/stereo.
A 351ci Windsor V8 in all its shining glory sits in front, and sports an MSD ignition, Edelbrock aluminum heads, a 4-barrel carburetor and coated Sanderson Headers. This healthy mill is backed by an AOD 4-speed automatic transmission, which puts power to a 9-inch rear with 3.50 posi-traction. Fronting the engine to keep everything cool is a Griffin Radiator.
The Outlaw frame was powder coated just to go the extra mile. We see a 4-link rear suspension, and a tubular coiled front suspension, both in immaculate stainless. Also noted in stainless, and ceramic coating is the Sanderson exhaust system. Nearly as nice underneath as above.
A completed labor of love, and passionate finishing, topped with a love for stainless, this is awaiting its next owner so they can turn heads, and burn rubber with the best out there. A good vintage style hot rod is a hard find, especially a 3-Window, but in fiberglass! “She's my little deuce coupe, you don't know what she's got”