1932 Ford Roadster
1932 Ford Roadster -
351ci V8 w/C4 Transmission - Awesome Paint and Body - Front Disc Brakes - Gorgeous Interior - 1932 Title -
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Our client gave the green light to sell this gorgeous '32 Ford Roadster, and with a great asking price that doesn't require too many greenbacks. This particular Roadster is finished in a mint green hue with a very nicely finished tan interior. From top to bottom this has been meticulously restored with great attention to detail.
The build was tackled by Gas Axe Garage of Grand Rapids Michigan, a shop specializing in custom hot rod builds. Thanks to their knowledge and experience, many of their builds have been featured in a number of different publications, so to say that they're up with the times on hot rod builds, and styling would be accurate.
This car has a straight, solid body, which was accomplished by using new metal from Denver Deuce. The body styling was left very simple, bar a few exterior parts that have been chromed or polished. Paint finish is excellent both on the topside and bottom side of the car. Lots of time and prep went into the finish of this hot rod.
The dashboard has a simple and symmetrical gauge setup consisting of speedometer, 8k RPM tachometer, temperature, voltmeter, fuel, and oil pressure gauges. Some very nice matching pinstriping adorns the blank spots on dashboard. The bench seat, door panels, and lower kick panels are finished in tan leather that has been pillow-stitched, and has a slightly weathered finish. Tan carpeting rounds out the trim, while a real wood steering wheel and aluminum shift knob add a little bit of visual interest.
A color matched 351ci Ford V8 is planted in the engine bay, and is connected to a C4 automatic transmission. The engine was dyno-ed at 225 horsepower, which is plenty of power for this mint green roadster. We're sure you can break those Excelsior rear tires loose with that kind of power going through the 9” Ford rear end! Disc brakes in the front help give this Ford a little more stopping power than the standard drums. The wheels are white steel wheels that have been livened up with mint green pinstripes and chrome Ford caps.
This roadster has an awesome finish, a great stance, and an eye-catching color combination. Make everyone green with envy when you park this '32 in your garage! Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.