This 1932 Ford 3-window coupe has the true look of a mean street machine inside and out. So you'll really love that it back up this appearance with the right hardware, like a dual-quad V8, racing transmission, and an upgraded suspension.
This one makes an intimidating first impression. The matte black looks like it absorbs the sunlight as it draws attention to all those inches chopped out of the roof on this desirable 3-window cab. But more than just an evil look, there's also a feeling of quality, too. You see it in how the frame is painted to match to deliver a seamless look. Plus, there's a nice shine on the tubular bumpers, waterfall grille, 15-inch Weld Racing wheels, and all the engine hardware (more on that in a moment.)
The interior keeps the classic hot rod style with extra fortification added in. For example, the red seat and dash stand out nicely from the rest of the black interior. And the bench even has some nice custom contouring for style and comfort. Plus, there are nice upgrades like power windows and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input. But then you start to see some interesting performance pieces. For example, the steering wheel has a classic banjo-style look, but it's a small diameter sports wheel. The gauges on the dash are all professional-grade AutoMeter units. And that B&M floor shifter means business.
They invested nicely to make sure that V8 shine brightly to display nicely. But what you'll really love is the substance behind the style. This 327 cubic-inch V8 has the dual velocity stacks feeding two Holley 450 CFM four-barrel carburetors. It sits on top of an Edelbrock Street Tunnel Ram high-rise aluminum intake. The full package exhales with thunderous authority as Sanderson long tube headers feed those side pipes. Plus, you have all the right supporting components, like fabricated valve covers, an MSD distributor, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. It's a big power package, and so you'll be glad to have a stout Abruzzi Racing four-speed automatic transmission w/trans cooler handling it all. They even made sure to upgrade the suspension to handle this big power. You have tubular A-arms up front, more tubular arms in the rear w/adjustable coilovers, and front disc brakes.
This is a true mean street machine, right down to the wide Hoosier tires in the rear. You know you love this total package, so don't let it slip away, call today!