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1932 Ford Roadster

Auction: 2023 Spring Carlisle Auction

Year: 1932

Make: Ford

Model: Roadster

Style: Convertible

Exterior Color: Red

Interior Color: Tan/Red


Engine Size: 350c.i.

Transmission: Automatic

Titled as a 2002 ASVE 2 door sedan.
High-end, professionally built.
Super straight, perfect fit, fiberglass body.
Smooth and painted to match chassis and frame.
Show quality 2 stage red base/clear paint.
"BE-BOP" folding convertible top with a rear glass window.
Fold-out chrome windshield.
Complete custom designed leather bucket seat interior.
Complete custom finished trunk.
GMPP ZZ4 350c.i. - 355h.p small block engine.
4x44 IDF Weber Carb set-up.
TH-350 Automatic transmission.
9" Ford Positraction rear w/ 3:00 gears.

Features Include:
"Ididit" chrome tilt steering column
remote door openers
Classic Vintage gauges
remote stereo w/amp.
vintage air conditioning
chrome independent front suspension
rack-n-pinion steering
"Wilwood" front disc brakes w/ polished calipers & backing plates.
chrome 4 bar rear suspension
chrome adjustable coil-over shocks
stainless steel gas tank and fuel system
remote trunk opener
electric folding rear license plate
halogen headlights
led tail lights and turn signals

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