This 1932 Ford Roadster is the crown jewel for any Hot Rod collector and original Route 66 enthusiast!
The official, original, Mother Roadster was built in 2018 by the Mother Roadster Foundation located in the birthplace of Historic Route 66, Springfield, MO. It incorporates all the best features from historic hotrods with a few modern twists. This is a truly can’t miss opportunity for anyone interested in a custom-built roadster with true influences from the original Main Street of America.
Rolling chassis built by HotShoe Hot Rods, Chad Morley, www.hotshoehotrods.com, Mt. Vernon MO. Fabricated the 1932 Ford frame and sells nationwide using:
Pete and Jakes front axle, disc brakes and suspension components
Johns Industries 9” Ford 56” wide real axle housing, third member, axles with drum brakes
Posies rear buggy spring suspension
Custom fabricated brake, transmission, fuel and cooler lines
Roy Lanham with Ricks Automotive, www.ricksautomotive.com, Springfield MO, installed drive train, crate GM 350 engine with mild Competition Cam, transmission cooler and lines and brake components, and 350 turbo transmission with Lokar shifter and linkages.
GM 350 Crate engine donated by Kirk Wheeler with Mother Road Motorcycles and Wheeler Work Trucks, www.wheelerauto.com Springfield MO
The street rod is a custom crafted and fabricated 1932 hand-laid fiberglass body and components with a featured Duvall windshield frame. All crafted by Tony and Cindy Curry, of Show Me Rod and Custom, www.showmerodandcustom.com of Nixa MO. Show Me Rod and Custom was selected by the National Street Rod Association to build the 2020 give away car.
A custom black interior with vintage green stitching and the Mother Roadster Foundation emblem, carpet, and trunk panels was fabricated by Larry and Kenny White with Whites Auto Trim, www.whitesautotrim.com, Springfield MO.
Custom vintage green paint was supplied by O’Reilly Auto Parts and sprayed by Tony Curry on the frame, engine, transmission, and all body components
Mark Lewellen with Springfield Powder Coating LLC, www.springfieldpowdercoating.com, Ozark MO, provided the powder coating on all suspension components and ceramic coating on exhaust headers.
Coker tires and rims were supplied by Rob and Bill Hobbs, RandB Tire Pros, www.randbtirepros.com, and Kwik Kar Auto Services in Springfield MO.
Custom muffler and exhaust components were fabricated and installed by A-1 Custom Muffler in Nixa MO.