1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe
1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe
- Top Class Build
- Over $45k in Components
- Ford Small Block
- C4 Transmission
- Complete Heidts Suspension
- Award Winning Show Car
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Our client enjoys a challenge every once in a while, and this beautiful Ford Hot Rod is one such challenge. Like a big LEGO kit when the “car” was purchased, our client started with a pile of top notch parts and got to work. Our client is well known for his other hot rod builds, and has magazine features and Hot Rod Magazine awards under his belt. The finish of this Hot Rod is awesome, this detail oriented builder does not cut corners.
This '32 has approximately 400 miles on it since it was built, and as you can see in our photos, only the best parts were used. The exterior of the car (top side, and underside) is finished in Burgundy with subtle purple and yellow pinstriping. The frame also has a buffed and painted finish. This impressive car has classic hot rod styling - that forward rake with polished wheels, exposed detailed engine, side exit exhaust, custom interior…..this beauty is easy on the eyes!
Mounted at the front of the car is a professionally built Ford small block, mated to a C4 transmission. Edelbrock intake manifold, Holley 4 barrel carburetor, custom headers and side exit exhaust, billet pulleys, and many polished pieces are some of the accessories on the powerplant. A complete Heidts suspension has been installed on both the front and the rear of this hot rod. Coilovers with polished springs, polished a-arms, stabilizer bars, differential cover, and inboard brakes with polished calipers all 'pop' and go right along with the overall custom look of the car. Billet Specialties wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich G-Force tires help get power to the pavement and look great doing it.
Suicide doors make getting in and out of the car easier, and are a gateway to the professionally built and installed custom interior. Although it is custom, the fit and finish is excellent in all areas of the interior. The light gray upholstery contrasts well with the burgundy exterior and the color combination gives this hot rod a luxury feel. White faced gauges are flanked by a polished surround at the center of the dashboard, a Billet Specialties steering wheel, and aluminum shift knob are just about the only decorative extras in this finely finished interior. The remainder of the interior including the trunk is finished in custom materials, which is a result of hundreds of hours of labor and planning invested.
“High Quality” can always be used to describe our client's builds, and this car is no exception to that rule. This vehicle is ready to drive - everything works, it's tuned and adjusted, and our client describes this car as being “built to drive, this thing handles like a slot car!” 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.