What;s better than a 1932 Ford streetrod, but an all steel 1932 Ford streetrod. This well sorted streetrod is just that. An all steel 1932 Ford 2 door sedan. Not only is it all steel, but it is also unchopped. This Ford is a very well built streetrod that was completed around 1980. Powered by a 327 Cu In V8 with 202 heads, vintage WInters intake manifold, and block hugger headers. Backed by a 400 Turbohydromatic transmission with Lokar shifter. Finished off by stainless steel exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers, which gives this strong running streetrod the sound it deserves. The front suspension is a chrome Super Bell dropped tube axle with 4 link and disc brakes. The 9" rear has a single leaf spring with trailing arms and disc brakes. It rolls on Centerline wheels that are 17" front and 18" rear. The two tone, black and copper, velour interior is in excellent condition. It includes options like tilt steering column with cruise control, wood steering wheel and dash, classic instrument gauges, push out windsheild and working cowl vent, and Vintage heat and air conditoning. The exterior finish is still very presentable with a high gloss red/orange paint. The body, floors, and frame are in excellent condition. The doors close very well on this unmodified all steel body. It still retains the factory style fabric top. It sports working cowl lights and original 1932 headlights. Chrome is in excellent condition which includes the door handles, and the bumpers and bumper brackets. This very well sorted out streetrod runs and drives very well, and is ready for a cruise of any length. Turn key and enjoy a iconic 1932 Ford streetrod.