800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Concord, North Carolina
We're going to give you a simple choice, spend years dreaming and scheming for your perfect '32 Ford Highboy...or you can realize that it's right in front of you and ready to go. With the right stance on the beautiful steel blue body, amazing detail work, and a rebuilt performance 350 V8 with less than 2K miles on it, your dream is a turnkey affair.
There is only one word you need to hear to make you fall in love/lust with this hot rod Brookville. As you already know they are the craftsmen standard in the industry that make steel bodies the way Henry Ford would. Fit and finish is spectacular, with beautiful gaps, super smooth body panels, and a gloss as deep as a blue ocean. All the details are right with a raked-backed roadster windshield, and shaved door handles with exposed hinges. The black folding roof latches into place and includes a glass window for a nearly coupe-like silhouette. Also, the whole fabric top and frame can be removed to enjoy a true roadster Saturday night. This one looks so good, it only needs chrome for the accent touches like the front/rear bar bumpers, oversize headlight surrounds, and on the classic Ford V8 logo hubcaps. In fact, take notice of the wheels. The full package has four colors (black, white, blue, and chrome) remember these as you slip inside.
The interior has the cool roll pleated appearance you want in a true vintage hot rod. The black and white pattern wraps around the seats, door panels, and even the kick plates for a very cool uniform appearance. Add this to the dash that has the exterior blue and the SW gauges that are inset in a chrome panel. So, you remember the colors used on the exterior, they're the only ones used for the interior, too. Yes, the judges are going to take notice of this hot rod. Comfort and durability are the keys to this custom build, and that's why the bench is leather, and you get an AM/FM stereo with auxiliary connection hidden under this seat. The tall 8-ball shifter for the three-speed automatic is a great hot rod touch, and the Impala steering wheel is a cool little nod to what's under the hood.
With such a lightweight body, the enhanced 327 cubic-inch V8 offers explosive power. It was rebuilt 1,915 miles ago, and now includes and Offenhauser intake and those cool triple-duce carburetors. But we already know you weren't thinking about just performance when you saw this motor. The block is painted to match the body, and nearly everything else has been polished to a mirror-like shine. We could go through the extra-long list of expensive components, but you know the kind of endless show-off potential this hot rod has. But more than just the engine bay, have you picked up yet on how the whole TCI chassis is painted? Now take a look at the undercarriage shots. The driveshaft and rear axle are the same slate blue, and the drop axle front, and the four-link coilover rear are completely chromed. So there's an argument the underside is the most beautiful area of the car. That's how amazing this build really is! Mirrors at a car show quality.
You know the time, money, and effort it would take to have an award-worthy build like this. So, you recognize that here's your shortcut to the good life at a price far less than it would cost you to build it. But you're not the only one who realizes this, and there's only one up for grabs. Call now!!