FORD IN A FORD W/ FUEL INJECTION! READY 2 GO W/ A/C, RACK & PINION, DISC BRAKES!
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|Model:||3 Window Coupe|
1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe
Hot-rodding is all about individuality, so you should think of this 1932 Ford 3-window coupe as your ticket to all the big events. With an old-school look and big horsepower, it delivers the thrills you want from your hot rod without being so uncomfortable you're afraid to drive it.
At this price, you already know the body is fiberglass, but it's rather accurately done, including an unchopped top that's an unusual find. The body is painted a vivid magenta metallic and the paint looks the way you'd expect a hot rod to look: shiny, deep, and ready to attract attention. They skipped the graphics, the pinstripes, and other nonsense like that because this build was about tradition. Check out the original-style door handles, the rumble seat handles on the rear deck, and the mini fenders that were just enough to keep it legal in some states. It has a proper '32 Ford grille and the low-set headlights look fantastic. The gas tank is flanked by a set of original-style taillights with LEDs inside, as well as a painted spreader bar protecting the rear-mounted gas tank. If you want a traditional look, this cool coupe totally nails it.
The interior is nicely styled and unlike original '32 coupes, has plenty of room even for taller drivers. The contoured bench seat is done in two tone burgundy and tan vinyl that'll look good practically forever, and custom door panels offer cool door pulls that are the essence of simplicity. Gray floor mats are a nice contrast and fit rather well and the dash has been finished to match the interior and features a full array of Auto Meter gauges. But this is no stripped-down model, because it features nicely integrated A/C, power windows (including the rear window!), power locks, and an AM/FM/CD stereo that sounds great thanks to lots of insulation. We love the 3-spoke wheel that looks a lot like the dirt track steering wheels used in the 1950s and the shifter for the 4-speed automatic transmission fits neatly in the custom center console. The rumble seat actually isn't a rumble seat, but actually a rather spacious trunk, making this coupe a great choice for a road trip.
Finally a Ford in a Ford! Up front there's a 302 cubic inch Ford V8 that runs great and makes all the usual hot rod sounds. That's not a carburetor on top, but rather a Go EFI carb-style fuel injection system, so this car has incredible street manners without losing the vintage look. There's also plenty of shiny parts to look at (after all, it's out there for everyone to see), and an MSD ignition to light it up. Check out the big radiator up front, the polished alternator, and the block-hugging headers that eliminate interference issues. The front suspension is a dropped I-beam axle with rack-and-pinion steering, so handling is surprisingly agile, while the rear is a custom Ford 9-inch on a 4-link setup. Flowmaster mufflers give it an awesome hot rod sound and there's a disc brake at all four corners. Rounding it out are a set of shiny aluminum wheels that really look racy, plus those staggered 195/75/14 front and 255/70/15 rear tires for a period-perfect vibe.
Finished and ready to rock, this is a heck of a lot of car for not a lot of cash. A way-cool traditional rod ready to enjoy or go to the next level. Call today!