FOR SALE: 1932 FORD ROADSTER STREET ROD ORIGINAL ALL STEEL!
This car was first built as a street rod 45 years ago in Selma, California. The 1932 Ford Roadster is the most popular street rod and hot rod of them all. This one is extremely rare being an original all steel body and fenders.
Most all of the 1932 Ford Roadsters you see are repro bodies and fenders. This 1932 is a great buy with an estimated value range of $48,000 to a high of over $100,000 for show cars that are 1932 Ford original all steel bodied Street Rods.
This car is a GREAT DRIVER with front & rear 4-Bar suspensions, dropped axle, vega steering, disc brakes, boxed original frame, 10 Bolt Chevy rear end, and a modern motor (cast iron Buick V6 high reving, bullit proof, GREAT MPG!) and a 250R Automatic Trans with Overdrive, dual exhaust, etc..
Cruises at 70-85 mph getting over 30 mpg. The owner drove cross country and claims up to 50 mpg at just the right speed. This 1932 Ford Roadster besides being an original all steel 1932 sits just right!
Also it has a great 2 inch chop top and windshield. It is finished in a PPG Red primer colored enamel for protection. You could leave the car the way it is or redo the paint easily and re-upholster the car where there is plenty of money left on the table.
You now have the opportunity to own the real deal in a 1932 Ford Roadster at a price where you would be less than repro parts.
CALL Chris for more info at 858-866-4661 or offers to email@example.com Also available is a great 1951 Mercury Flathead V8 in a running dune buggy if you want Flathead old school. SOLD
LocationSan Diego, California Mileage: Engine: cast iron Buick V6 high reving Body Type: Hot Rod Roadster Interior: Red Exterior: Red / Tan