One, two, three oclock...four oclock rock! Thats the tune that comes to mind as I walk around this absolutely magnificent 1932 Ford Coupe. Theres not a car that screams pure "Hotrod" like a 32 Coupe or Highboy Roadster and when you hop in and take this baby for a cruise, youll definitely be the coolest thing on the road. Every head will turn in absolute awe and jealousy as you rumble on past as you relive the days of when hotrodding was created. The car was professionally built and finished in 2009 with only having 635 miles since completion. Shes now ready to take you and your loved on a blast back to the past! From every angle, this gorgeous 32 Ford Coupe is dressed to impress with its west coast beach/surfer style paint scheme that is made up of a 41 Ford color called Niles Green. With incredible multi-colored hand painted pin striping in all the right places and the period correct Yellow steel wheels that are wrapped in skinny 4-ply high-sided white wall staggered tires, this car screams early street rod cool. When you turn the key to this bad boy you get to hear the rumble of the 305CI V8 thats tucked up underneath its hood. Mounted up to a smooth shifting automatic transmission and with its 2 1/2" stainless steel dual exhaust that turns down right after the color matched GM 10-bolt rear end with 3.08 gears, getting those Mercury Baby Moon hub caps spinning and lighting the tires up is achieved with ease. Keeping her cool on those hot summer days is achieved by the Walker Radiator with a Chrome Overflow tube and an electric cooling fan. Slowing her down is done with confidence due to its front disc and rear drum brakes. One of my favorite touches is the White Vinyl Roof Topper that helps finish off the exterior of this Gibbons Fiberglass Body with its near perfect touches of chrome and its flawless stainless steel trim. Opening the suicide doors of this pristine 1932 Ford Coupe reveals an interior that is just as impressive and detailed as the exterior. Sporting a White and Green two-tone Vinyl interior with its tuck and roll style upholstery work which includes the headliner and roof mounted console that holds the upgraded Kenwood AM/FM/CD player with remote and the turn signal switches. New green carpeting covers the flooring and looks as if it has never had a foot stepped on it. Gripping the Leather wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel which is mounted on a chrome steering column, you quickly notice the black faced Stewart Warner Gauges that are surrounded by patterned brushed aluminum. A period correct looking Lokar style shifter stems up from the floor and the dual power windows work by lightly pressing the original style polished window cranks up or down--very trick. With the cold-blowing air conditioning, leaving the lightly tinted windows up is a preference on those hot and humid summer days. Even when you lift the trunk lid of this bad boy, you see the same highly detailed craftsmanship of the upholstery work as in the interior with its two tone vinyl work and matching carpet. So hurry on in to our huge climate controlled indoor showroom and grace your eyes upon this gorgeous and ultra-cool 1932 Ford Coupe and become the talk of the town when you take her back home to your stables. This car was constructed by a very reputable and professional local street rod builder, so its as quality as the pictures suggest. This is not a homemade or amateur built car in any way, buy with confidence! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
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