Here's a well configured street machine that's sure to make a strong impression on the asphalt. This 1932 Ford Coupe Streetrod is one undeniably sharp looking ride. With its exterior dressed in a high impact shade and harboring a strong powerplant beneath its hood, it also features an array of chrome components on its undercarriage, so should you choose to unveil its awesomeness on the local car show circuit, a lot of the aesthetic work has already been done.
The deep red hue worn by this '32 definitely grabs your attention while it's still off in the distance, and as it draws nearer its vintage form will keep your focus. With its compact cabin topping an exterior that's sporting just the right amount of incline and all kinds of curvature, this is a real standout. Come around to the side to see its profile and you'll get the full visual impact of the sweeping front fenders merging with the broad running boards before continuing to the back. The ornate front grille, a pivotal styling cue on the Fords of this era, is in solid shape - as with the paint, a polishing session will bring out its best - and all of the exterior lighting is fully functional and sits inside chrome casings that present well. In back, the humped deck lid area conceals a very cool rumble seat that's in top-notch condition and opens and closes without issue, so your backseat passengers will have a story-worthy vantage point while you're out on the road.
There's a well-detailed interior beyond the doors, featuring a bench seat wearing an embroidered “32” to commemorate this classic's model year at its center that's covered in crushed burgundy velour and matched by the door panels to each side. This is a compelling vintage driving environment in its present state and, with a little focused effort it would become downright stellar. Beyond the color matched steering wheel on its tilting column, the dash area is in great shape, featuring a brushed aluminum instrument panel housing a collection of VDO gauges - all of which function just as intended. A pair of vents take their place at each outside edge of the dash to cool or warm the cabin as needed and a compressor is on board beneath the hood, but the air conditioning will need a bit of attention to get back online. In most cars, riding shotgun is the preferred position, but in this streetrod, that honor likely goes to the rumble seat in back due to its sheer visual novelty and well-appointed configuration.
Raise a side of the folding hood and you'll find a 327 cubic inch V8 below. Dressed with a pair of chrome Chevy-branded valve covers over its aftermarket heads, with a chrome alternator perched in front, the engine is in great form, starting right up with the turn of a key and running smoothly. It exhales into a pair of aftermarket headers to minimize back pressure and teams with a 3-speed automatic transmission to make for a very pleasing driving experience - this is a road ready car in all respects. Power steering makes for easy navigation, while front disc brakes provide fade resistant, dependable stopping power. Below, the undercarriage looks really clean, with an array of chromed components on board to provide plenty of eye candy - there's no doubt this foundation is well positioned for plenty more miles of future driving enjoyment. This eye-catching coupe cruises on a set of 15” custom wire wheels that feature wide, asphalt gripping rubber in back.
The streetrod niche is all about visual impact and abundant power and this 1932 Ford Coupe Streetrod has plenty of both. Call today!