1932 Ford Roadster



Lone Star Body 


Traditional Black with Flames


Cornhusker Frame


Bop Top Softtop with Glass Rear Window


Full cockpit cover


Chromed Four Link Suspension Setup


Pete & Jakes Front End - Chromed Shocks - Custom Bumpers - LED Lights 


Ford 9" Rear End


350 cubic inch GM ZZ4 Crate V8 "SuperCharged" - Edelbrock Performance RPM aluminum heads - Roller Valvetrain


Weiand 141 Polished Supercharger & Holley Double Pumper Carb


Phoenix High Performance TH350 Automatic Transmission


Custom Chromed Coy Offset Alloy Wheels - 255/45ZR20 Rear & 205/40ZR17 Front B.F. Goodrich KDW2s


Custom Tri-Tone Interior - Dove Gray - Dark Gray - Red


Custom Upholstered Truck, Carpeted & Pressed Vinyl Lid // Rear Mounted Fire Extinguisher


Custom JL CD Audio System with Amplifier & CD Changer, Alpine Head Unit


Tilt Steering Column - Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel


Custom VDO Gauges - 140 Speedometer, Water Temperature, Voltage, Fuel, Oil Pressure // Digital Tachoemter // Boost Gauge


Four Wheel Disc Braking System - Stainless Steel Brake Lines


Classic "Guide" Stoplight Mirror


Custom Fuel Tank


Dual Exhaust with Chromed Tips




This car is amazing. Built in 2002, it has undergone some changes over the years, but all for the best. The ZZ4 crate small block was installed and several other mods. The interior was done by Larry at Village Upholstery in Highland Village, TX. The original wheels were changed to these Coy beauties.   ZZ4 engines alone were not known for their performance. However, with the combination of the Holley double pumper and the Weiand blower and roller rockers, and more, this engine is now much stronger and runs great.  It's the perfect engine for this great roadster.  

The base of the seat is on a slider, so it can be adjusted. Done over 10 years ago, the interior speaks volumes for the quality work done by Village Upholstery.  There is this one little crack in the paint just above the trunk lid on the passenger side.  Another feature of this great roadster is the Sid Chaver's Bop Top. Sid is another legend in the hot rod culture. Having been in the hot rod business for over 30 years, he has done interiors for some of the best rods out there. 

You can see the craftsmanship in this 32. There is no doubt it was built to last and enjoy for many years.  The frame is by Cornhusker Rod And Custom who have also been building hot rods for over 30 years.  This is a great frame for the 32 pared with the Pete and Jake's front end, you have a great combination.  

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