This 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe is a low mileage machine with plenty of extras built right in. But what you\'ll love the best are all the performance-oriented components (including Pete & Jake\'s frame) built to help maximize the 375 hp triple-deuce V8 under the hood.
This has the ideal little deuce coupe look with a smooth BeBop fiberglass body that has a chopped cab look and plenty of fender flare. But what you might really love is the color. The black is not paint. Instead, it\'s actually the original gel coat. So there\'s less than 500 miles on this build, and it\'s an untouched canvas that\'s perfect for everything from wild flames to a metallic body warp. But honestly, the raw-type look it has today gives it true street machine attitude that gets backed up by all the performance components within (more on that in a moment.) And this tough black is also a nice backdrop for all the polished pieces, like the new bumpers, headlight bracket, and waterfall grille. Plus, the Billet Specialties alloys with an aggressive 15/17-inch front/rear stagger tie together a package that\'s about both style and performance.
The interior is a long list of high-dollar components. This includes Dakota Digital gauges, Lokar lock-out shifter, Ididit tilt steering column, American Autowire wiring harness, Wiseguys seat w/belts, and Billet Specialties handles and steering wheel. While this looks like a classic Ford, you have the most modern infotainment system around. It\'s a Pyle touchscreen that includes the stereo, Bluetooth, GPS, USB input, and a backup camera.
This one loves to impress under the hood with plenty of Billet Specialties polished components giving this 355 cubic-inch V8 a show-worthy shine. Of course, true enthusiasts will really gravitate to the three air toppers that signal this has a triple set of dual-barrel carbs. In fact, the motor is a true performance build. It comes from the masters of stout performance at Blue Print Engines. It includes an Edelbrock intake and shorty headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. The estimated power of the full package is a street-eating 375 hp. Plus, this mighty motor has all the right supporting components, including a MSD ignition, 100-amp alternator, Walker radiator, and a large Spal electric fan. Not only is the engine impressive, but the whole car was built to handle the power. The transmission is a 700R4 four-speed automatic built by Phoenix Transmissions and includes a separate cooler. So it\'s both stout enough for performance driving and nice for overdrive cruising. This feeds a 9-inch Ford rear with Truetrac limited-slip and versatile 3.70 gears. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you\'ll see a strong frame from Pete & Jake\'s. This has a tubular A-arm front suspension, four-link rear, and adjustable coilovers all-around. Plus, there\'s rack & pinion steering, modern sport tires, and Wilwood drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes.
So you\'ve got a low mileage built with a ton of great features for comfort, presentation, and all-out power. In fact, there are so many features, we don\'t have space to go over the long list of value-added upgrades. But give us a call, and we\'ll be happy to give you all the details on this impressive \'32 Ford. Call now!
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