1978 Chevrolet Malibu Wagon
1927 Ford Model T RatRod
1932 Ford Hi Boy Roadster
1968 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova
1932 Ford Hi Boy Roadster
1932 Ford Hi Boy Roadster. It has the Downs Fiberglass Body ( One of the best ). No short cuts were taken on this build. It has beautiful Forest Green Paint with a Black canvas top and Green leather interior with Arm Rest and Seat Belts.Trunk is detailed to match the interior. the Battery is nicely hidden in the trunk area. Trunk release in inside car behind seat. It has right at 10,000 miles since the build. Here is a list all that was put on:
351 Windsor Engine with Ford Motorsports Valve Covers ( Detailed Nice )
Electric Fan to keep it running cool
Ford C-4 Automatic Transmission with Trans Cool
Heidts Superide IFS Frontend with Rack & Pinion Steering
Inboard Disc Brake Rear End out of a 1980 - 1986 Jaguar
Double Coil Over Shocks in Rear
Disc Brakes in Front
Coilover Shocks in Front and Chrome A Arms
Headers with Dual Exhaust Exiting out the Rear
Ididit Chrome Tilt Column with Lecarra Steering Wheel
Billet Brake and Gas Pedal
VDO Gauge Package and all work
JVC Stereo/CD Player System
BF Goodrich Tires 285/70R15 Rear 205/60R15 Front
American Racing Wheels
This Roadster drives great and has plenty of power. It was and is detailed very nicely. It''s just a beautiful car with NO EXPENSE SPARED!!
|Exterior Color||Forest Green|
Here is a very nice 1932 Ford Roadster Fiberglass bodied car. It was built right. It has a 350 Chevy Engine with two 4''s and to throw people off it has Ford Valve Covers. ( No Leaks around valve covers ) The engine runs great!! The transmission is a 400 Turbo 3 Speed that shifts out great. This car has power disc brakes on the front with rack steering. It has a Ford 9" rear with 3:08 gears so it geared for hwy cruising. This car handles the road great. The Pro Star wheels looks great and has near new tires all around. The trunk has an electric switch to open and close it. The interior is a red tuck seat cover and door panels with a Lokar shifter. The top is in great shape and can be taken on and off with ease. The battery has been placed neatly in trunk as well as fire extinguisher. This is a really nice car built to drive and enjoy.
Here is a very unique 1927 Ford T Model that was built in Tennessee and FEATURED IN GREASE MONKEY MAGAZINE. One of the first things that pops out at you is the Iron Duke 4 Cylinder Engine. The engine is bored 030 over Making it 153 Cubic Inches and has a 2 barrel Carb connected to a 350 Turbo Transmission. The megaphone has white heat tape wrapped around it and a Harley Davidson oil filter cover to dress up te passenger side of the engine.
This Ford T is unique and surprisingly perfectly proportioned. Another pleasing part of this car are the custom bult friction shocks that hook directly to the bottom side of the solid, straight front axle that came out of a Model A Ford. The deck lid had to be re-sheeted and when this was done, the sheet metal was louvered before being welded back in.
The chassis is custom fabricated out of 2X3 rectangular tubing. The rear is Z''d up 9 inches and has 4 link connecting the 1946 Ford rear end to the frame. When you look at the connection of the front axle to the frame you will find about 12 inches of leaf spring on each side that comes straight out of the front of the frame, connecting the frame to the axle. The top is chopped 8 inches in th back and 9 inches in the front, giving this Ford T a nice stance that prowls forward while in motion or sitting still.
One of the most intricate parts of this build has to be the steel dash that came out of a 1953 Chevy Truck. The center portion of the dash was sectioned out at least 12 inches in order to get it narrow enough to fit into the interior of this car. The interior is Gun Metal Gray, Octagon patterned with marine vinyl upholstery. The seat bottoms sit right on the floorboards and the same material was used for the exterior of the roof. The blue wheels were painted with super high dollar, custom mixed paint that really compliments the look.
|Interior Color||Gunmetal Gray|
|Exterior Color||Black and Gray|
This 1932 Ford Roadster is a really nice car. It has ALOT OF PAPERWORK AND RECEIPTS from the build. This car was a 3 year build with the Fiberglass Be Bop Body being ordered from THE ROD FACTORY out of Pheonix, Arizona. According to paperwork it has a great running 302 Ford Engine with a Tremec TKO 5 Speed Transmission. The Radiator is a Walker Radiator. The frame is a TCI frame with a Ford 9 Inch Rear with Richmond Gears with a 3:80 Ratio. It has Coilovers on all 4 corners. The Steering Column is Chrome with tilt Grant steering wheel. It has Billet hood and trunk release. The seat is really nicely covered in a Buckskin color as well as the door panels. It has Black Carpet and the trunk area is done in black carpet as well. It has like new Red Line tires with steelie wheels and Ford Caps. This Roadster has a Black Hartz Top as well. There are a folder full of receipts showing alot of money being spent on the build of this 32 using only the best. It is a really fun car to drive and very road worthy.
|Transmission||5 Speed Manuel|
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