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1932 Ford



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Engine Size
350 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Automatic

1932 Ford 5-Window

1932 Ford 5-Window

They've been building cars for 71 years since Henry Ford introduced the body style that followed the Model T's 19-year run and the Model A's 4-year stretch. It was in production for barely a year, and yet to this day, no other car has been as popular among hot rodders as it has. It is the car that appears more than any other in hot rod enthusiast magazines. It is the car that has been treated to literally every conceivable form of performance and appearance modification. It is the car that appeared on the very first cover of ROD & CUSTOM. It is the car that has appeared at least once in every issue of Hot Rod Network going back as far as anyone can remember. It is the car practically everybody immediately thinks of when they hear the term “hot rod.” We're talking about the '32 Ford, known to you and me simply as the Deuce.

For consignment, the iconic hot rod Deuce in 5 window form. This one is a Downs fiberglass body, with a steel louvered hood, steel grille shell, and a Speedway frame. With the fiberglass kit, one can go hog wild on the customization and this one is no exception. oink!

With a chopped top and well minded gaps for the mixture of steel and fiberglass it's all showing up for the ball in tuxedo black. A chromed front glass frame adds some highlighting to the front of the car, as do side view mirrors, headlight bezels and the open front suspension. An open cowl does the trick for this car to show off that beautiful mill. On the back a nicely curved downward rear deck has teardrop taillights with a gas tank below protected by a chromed bar running across the back roll pan. Fenders have been shaved for weight and now we can see 15-inch torque thrust 5 spokes that have satin gray coating on them and a shiny chromed crossed flag central hub and a chromed dish trim ring. Like new 165/80R15's are in front and own back for the track are 235/70R15's. Which way to the salt flats?

Custom to say the least with conveniences added. Noted upfront is a wooden oak framed dash front with a honeycomb pattern machined insert. In the center is a horizontal ribbed cast oval that houses all the gauges which are black faced VDO gauges with shiny bezels. Fronting this work of art is a tilt column topped with a 59 Chevy steering wheel in tan. A sun tachometer hangs off the left side of the column. There are power toggles for the tinted glass in the doors, and an AM/FM/CD/Phone jack radio and Vintage Air has been added. The chairs and door panels use tuck and roll pleated saddle colored vinyl and are looking fine and dandy. Tan carpeting floods the floors, and in the middle Lokar shifter reaches for the sky. Overall, a nice presentation right down to the stainless steel cup holder.

Peering under the louvered hood and into the absent cowl area is a totally chromed and detailed 350ci V8 circa 1969-1979. It has Edelbrock aluminum heads, a modified cam and roller rockers. On top are dual Edelbrock 4 barrels and just behind this mill is a 700R4 transmission 4-speed automatic. On the back is a Ford Equilock 8-inch rear with 3.55 gears inside. Lakes style headers all chromed are on, and big side pipes are diverted to the undercarriage for a rear exit.

Speedway provides the frame and attached to it are Pete and Jakes 4 bar front with Posies super slider spring and in back are Pete and Jakes 4 bar with coilover suspension. Loaded with quality parts, notable Wilwood front power disc brakes and power drum brakes for the rear. A glass pack style exhaust steals the exhale from the Lakes headers and throws it to the rear of the car.

Starts right up and begins growling immediately. Move that long Lokar to D and let the horses begin to release as you put your riding boots into it. It handles nicely, is a great cruiser, and all the conveniences added work flawlessly. Seats are “ultra” comfortable, and this car can make some nice noise.

Meticulous build attention, some of the finest parts, great paint, many conveniences and we have one of the nicest turnkey deuce coupes that has graced our halls in a while. Hard to find many faults on this build, and hard to resist making a solid buy that will yield years of enjoyment. This car comes with plenty of awards, and the front cycle fenders and bobbed rear fenders will come with the car.

Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.