1932 Ford Roadster
302ci V-8 Bored and Stroked to 331ci
5.0 Roller Motor
Roller Cam, 544 Lift, 230s @ 0.50
Stud Girdle on Top, Main Cap Girdle on Bottom
650 HP Double Pumper Carb
Moroso 7 1/2 Quart Oil Pan
Dart Pro 1 Aluminum Heads
Aluminum Water Pump
Tremec TKO 600 Overdrive is 0.64
9 Inch Rear, 430 Gears, Polished Ring, Traction Lock
4 Bar Rear Suspension, Panhard Bar, Coilovers
Front Drop Axle, Stainless Hairpins, Disc Brakes
Wheelsmith Wheels 15" Front 16" Rear
BeBop Body w/Full Steel Reinforced Cowl, Door Jams, Sill Plates, Rear Bulkhead, and Trunk
Rootlieb Hood and Grille
NOS Speed Boat Steering Wheel
1952 International 2 Ton Truck Vacuum Gauge
Classic Heater - Working (Unknown Year and Brand)
This is an awesome 32. Built by a gentleman over a period of a few years, he did everything right. You will see in the following photos, his attention to detail is incredible. What's nice is, it's a Ford in a Ford. You don't often see that in street rods. The interior is simple but very well done. The doors open easily and when you close them they are very solid and sturdy. There is not a single rattle in this car. The VIN# is a reassigned North Carolina number.
The current owner found this great horn button which went perfectly with the speed boat steering wheel. These are the actual miles put on the car since the build was completed. The best we can figure by some of the paperwork, the car was completed around 2010. There is a little storage for your insurance and registration under the seats. You can see how clean and neat the interior is. This classic old heater actually works. No one is sure what it came out of, but it's really art deco looking . The doors are extremely solid and close very easily without having to slam them at all. There is a custom bug cover.
The builder of this beautiful roadster was an engine builder and car builder for years. He started this car at age 70 and finished it when he was 78. He said that he built this engine with all new parts including the 302 block. He claims it's almost indestructible. We don't know the exact horsepower, but this 331ci V-8 will set you back in the seat!
Notice how neat the undercarriage is. You don't see wires strung everywhere. Everything is hidden and very neatly done. The roadster has it's own custom cockpit cover from California Car Covers. The current owner had some custom graphic done. This is his painters version of Mr. Horsepower. As he painted on the dash, Horsepower's not dead. This is your opportunity to own a very nice 32 roadster. It is worthy of any show and can be taken on trips if you want to just cruise in it.