1932 Ford 5 Window Highboy Coupe
Special Features and Modifications
Engine: 1992 Chevy Corvette 350 cu in with Tune Port Injection, Fastchip computer upgrade
Transmission: 700r4 automatic with shift kit
Front End: Pete & Jakes Chrome 4 Bar with Superbell drilled and dropped axle and steering stablizer
Rear End: 8" Ford 3:55 gears with Pete & Jakes 4 bar kit and coilover shocks
Wheels & Tires:
Front: 4” American Racing Torq Thrust II , Klber C1 145 SR 15
Rear: 10” American Racing Torq Thrust II, BF Goodrich Sport Truck, LT 285/70R15
Body: Fiberglass Downs Body #001540
(Any Body Modifications, if so elplain) Chopped and filled top, filled cowl vent & rain gutters removed.
Paint: ( Color & Type of Paint) PPG Base Coat/Clear Coat Tuxedo Black with old school pinstripping
Glass: All new tinted glass
Exhaust: Air Bore Ceramic coated block hugger headers with cutouts, 2 1/4" Flowmaster dual mufflers out the back
Interior: Bucket seats and full interior in drak gray leather. Trunk fully trimed with panels and carpet. Electrical power shut off valve
Gauges: So- Cal gauge cluster kit with VDO gauges and column mount VDO tacometer odometer reads 24,000 miles
Heater: Vintage Air combination air/heater behind the seat mounted.
Radio: Pioneer am/fm cd with front and rear mounted speakers
Optional Euipment: Power windows, electric wiper, electric radiator fan, inside trunk release, Power radio antenna, IDIDIT tilt steering column, Lokar floor shifter, Lokar Emergency Brake, P&J polished alunimun disc brake covers, American Torque Thrust II wheels, Bob Drake commercial 32 headlights, front turn signals, electric horns, LED taillights, lighted licence plate frame
Other features: Louvered 4 piece steel hood, Cornhusker boxed frame and cross members, inner body lined with Dynomat sound deadner, Painless wiring kit & Painless wiring kit for computerized TPI, Tanks Inc. steel gas tank.
This 32 Ford Coupe was originally built by a street rod shop in the Springfield, Missouri area for a retired gentleman in or around 2006. He showed it for a couple years in that area at the World of Wheels Show, Good guys and a few others, winning several awards before driving it. He sold it to a gentleman in Oklahoma at the Kansas City World of Wheels after winning a first & second. This gentleman had bought it for his wife but she wouldn't drive it and he was too tall to fit in. He sold it from a classified ad going to Minnesota. The new owner drove it putting on about 2500 miles then up-graded the front end to the Pete & Jake’s system in 2009. He put another 2000 miles on it before selling to a broker in Minnesota. Crane Cams used it for a promotion flier in 2010. From there it came to Idaho Falls, Id and there was a wheel & tires change to the Torque Thrusts as it has now. It was driven to local car events and the Logan, UT run winning more awards. Two weeks later he passed from cancer and his wife held on to it for a couple years before selling it to me in 2015. I have driven it to several local shows in the Boise area, winning a few more awards and The Boise Roadster Show taking second in class in 2017. The car has always been stored in dry storage and never smoked in. This car was built to travel. It is a kick in the pants to drive and runs and drives very well and draws a lot of attention. There are no major issues with the paint and has never been wrecked.
|Total Price Change:||-$6,000|
Excluding price changes of less than $100.