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1932 Ford Model B for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1932 Ford Model B $199,500 USD
Morgantown, PA

Interior Color:
Bordeaux Red

Exterior Color:

1932 Ford Model B 400 Convertible Sedan In 1932, the top of the line Ford B 400 convertible sedan would set you back a whopping $650, ($14,723 in today\'s money). That\'s if you could find one as only 842 were produced and some of those were exported. They were two door cabriolet coaches with rear window frames and were originally powered by a 221ci flathead V8. They were rare in 1932 and as a result, are one of the most sought after models from that year. For consignment, a spectacular build of an ultra rare car for the discerning enthusiast. This 1932 Ford leaves no nut or bolt untouched in a modern interpretation of an antique car. With just 275 miles since completion of the build, this amazing car has many handmade parts and 21st century conveniences. The seats are restyled from a Corvette, the steering wheel was custom machined, and there\'s even a back-up camera to help avoid damage to the incredible paint. But that\'s not all, as this car was featured in the May 2021 issue of Modern Rodder magazine as well as being a calendar car for Classic Instruments in 2022. Read on and prepare to be amazed... Exterior Inky black paint coats the smooth panels of this car in flawless coverage. The headlights are mounted via stalks to the steel fenders and the grille is on full display as the lightbar has been deleted. The hood, in a bit of clever engineering, opens like a modern hood as one piece and the cowl vent doesn\'t open at all. A flush mounted windshield, when you notice it, is such a simple yet impactful modification. With the framed rear seat windows and canvas top, the profile of the car is unique especially with the top down. It also has a raked stance with 16-inch wheels in the front and 18-inch wheels in the back where you\'ll also find larger tires. With the risk of overusing a word, the chrome bumpers and metal work including door handles, light housings, trim, and the gas cap are spectacular. The top and its small glass rear window are in excellent condition. Interior Open the door to be greeted by Bordeaux Red leather affixed perfectly to the door panels in varying patterns and sections. The armrest is a flowing sculpture and even the storage pouch is carefully crafted. This fine leather is repeated on the custom redone Corvette front bucket seats that are modern and supportive and controlled by electrical switches at the base. Similar bucket seats are in the back where the swooping armrests make another appearance, all in stunning red leather. The custom steering wheel is a more robust tribute to the banjo wheels of the era and per the consignor, the column is also custom fabricated. The gauge surround looks like a sterling silver crudité platter and the gauges are set in rectangle framed bezels. This cluster is part of the dash which is glossy black. The center console where the red river of leather continues, houses a modern automatic shifter and a hidden storage compartment accessible between the seat bolsters. Even the footwells are show worthy with panels of red leather and areas of shiny black paint. The floor is covered with black low pile carpet sections and are protected from above by black carpeted mats. Drivetrain Under the hood, we have a spotless 383ci stroker engine with aluminum heads and eight throttle bodies each with a velocity stack and individual air cleaner, in glossy black housings that match the valve covers. A 4-speed automatic 700R4 transmission is behind the picturesque power plant, and power is sent to the back where a Ford 9 rear resides. Buick finned drums with consignor stated disc brakes hidden inside are supplied at each wheel. Undercarriage As dear old dad would say, this undercarriage is so clean, you could eat off of it!. And he\'d be right, it\'s an impeccable showpiece with polished metal parts, gloss black belly pans, and virtually zero evidence of road dirt or an overambitious grease gun. The dual exhaust flows from headers to


  • Price$199,500 USD
  • Odometer387
  • Body Styleconvertible
  • Stock #6259

Price History

Original Price$199,500
Listed Price$199,500

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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