This 1932 Ford Pickup Streetrod is one impressive hauler. It's beautifully finished, of course, but the longer you look, the more details you'll find to delight the eye. That's the true hallmark of a quality rod, and this one delivers in more than one way. And with Ford power running through its veins, you know right away that it was built right.
The body is steel, which is a rare find these days, and on this truck, that full-fendered look hits all the right notes. The overall execution has been completed very nicely, and you'll note how well it fits together, with doors that fit flush and no worries about previous repairs or damage coming back to haunt you. This sucker's about as close to a new 1932 Ford as you're going to get, and it sure looks great when it's cruising down Main Street. The deep burgundy paint lets the shape do most of the talking, working in harmony instead of as a solo. The top has a slight chop, the windshield is augmented with a visor just above it, and it retains original pieces like the big headlights and three-piece hood to keep the vintage look. Trick bumperettes offer a modicum of protection for the front fenders, and a custom rear bumper, two sets of dual taillights, and a bolt-on tailgate complement the rear end. In the bed you'll find gorgeous wood that's been covered in spray-in bedliner whose red color almost matches the bodywork, along with bright strips that provide nice contrast, putting a neat twist on an old favorite.
An ornately finished black vinyl bench seat works well inside, there are plush carpets on the floor and warm upholstery on the headliner and lining the inside the cab, and the combination of vinyl and fabrics makes the entire cab feel far more upscale than just one or the other would. All the soft parts were custom stitched for just this truck, including that headliner, kick panels, and floor coverings, all of which are dark and provide a welcomed contrast inside. A row of handsome aftermarket gauges sit inside vintage Ford bezels in a neat row in the finished dash, and they're centrally organized in front of the tall shifter that manages the C4 automatic transmission below. You'll also appreciate the three-spoke, woodrimmed steering wheel that sits atop a tall polished column, and an aftermarket AM/FM/CD player was discreetly hidden away under the seat. Built for comfort and easily capable of long-distance hauls, they didn't forget to also make this Deuce truck beautiful inside.
For reliability and performance, it's hard to beat a small-block Ford powerplant, and we love to see real Blue Oval hardware powering real Blue Oval steel. The 289 V8 fits nicely under the Ford's pointed hood and is dressed up with all the familiar gear like an Edelbrock 600CFM carburetor, detailed accessories tucked in tight to the block, and a few shiny bits that tie the whole truck together quite nicely. The firewall was custom fitted to accommodate the larger block, with form following function in a very trick way, and there's massive cooling available from the radiator and electric fan up front. Sticking with Ford hardware all the way, it's backed by a C4 3-speed automatic and a Ford 9-inch rear end, and although it rightfully shows a few signs of use underneath, who wouldn't take this one out on the road? The dual exhaust system has the right mellow hot rod tone but hushes on the highway, and the combination of big-n-little wire wheels with performance radials looks just right.
A beautifully finished hauler that's totally sorted and ready to cruise. Finding a steel '32 is rare enough as it is, but if you find one that is turnkey and ready to rock, don't hesitate because it won't last long. Call today!