This 1932 Ford Cabriolet is one of those amazing shining custom builds that always commands attention. When the paint is fully coordinated everywhere from the exterior, to the interior, to the V8's engine bay, to even undercarriage – you realize that it takes more than just a huge investment to pull off a fully coordinated package like this.
The '32 Ford is an icon on the custom car scene, and this one will even standout in a crowd of those. Everywhere you look on this custom build there is the expert merging of green and white. That's why there are even full whitewall tires. Because there is barely 200 miles on the whole build, it all looks bright and fantastic. Even under the car it is a full sea of white! Building a vehicle to look like this means spending some serious money, and taking the time to plan the painting of every detail. This kind of thoughtfulness rarely leaves its creator. But more than just the colors, there has been a lot invested everywhere. For example, getting this aggressively low stance means channeling the fiberglass body over the frame. The bright work is great on the fender-mounted headlights, studs in the grille, and even the 15-inch full chrome wheels.
The interior has been just as carefully crafted to continue the color scheme without betraying the minimalist attitude. It starts with the new pristine white bench. This is exceptionally comfortable, and the stitching pattern is continued on the side panels for a nice uniform look. The steering wheel is all white and chrome, and beyond that, the large BWD tach reminds you this is a performance machine. The rest of the full gauge package can be found on the bright green dash. Whenever you want added distinction for cruising, there is a pristine white top that can be installed.
A motor this nice deserves to be on display for the whole world to see. You know the car show judges will be won over the moment they look through all those bright components and see that even the engine block was painted white to match this uniform presentation. More than just stylish, this is a strong performer. The 305 cubic-inch V8 was built with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and beautiful side pipes. It's an unbeatable combination that gets you power, reliability, and a thunderous sound. Don't forget to look at the undercarriage photos. Not only do we love the full painted presentation, but you'll also spot the three-link drop axle front suspension, trailing arm rear, three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes.
This is the kind of complete and custom build where you'll be glad they carpeted the trunk, because it's needed to take home all the trophies. Don't let this unique machine slip away. Call now!