Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Road
1932 Ford Victoria
The Victoria model is possibly the most recognizable of all the 1932 line of Ford automobiles designed by Edsel Ford. The Victoria was not really a coupe and not really a sedan but somewhere in between. The Victoria became one of the prized 1932 Fords in years to come as it was, and is, extremely popular with "hot rodders" and "street rodders". Unfortunately, they were also extremely popular when converted to oval track race cars, jalopys and modifieds, throughout the 1950s and 1960s and many of these cars were destroyed in competition.
Offering an all steel California car with beautiful fit and finish. Razor straight gaps, steel panels, perfect fenders and running boards, and a custom leather interior. All very nicely done, buttoned up, and ready to go and show.
Covered with a pristine coating of Bronze Metallic, surrounded by awesome near perfect chrome, and brite-work this car is a work of art. Even the rear glass has been etched with some framing flourishes. Pin striping in light tan, snakes its way around the roofline where it meets the body, and extends through the belt line of the doors. Beautiful big chromed headlights flank a vertical rod center grille, and hover above a pristine chromed curved bumper. Bringing up the rear is a folding trunk/ extra cargo holder which is framed by 2 original style taillamps and another pristine curved chromed bumper. Wonderful contrasting powder coated wire wheels in cream are wrapped with wide tires.
Grabbing on to the perfectly preserved curved door handles and flipping open the door, we are met with 2 tone Coffee tuck and roll with buttons-leather heaven. All over the door panels, and in the two-tone seats, which are unspoiled buckets in front, and a rear bench in the same motif. This same Coffee Leather is utilized on the headliner, pillar covers, and window surrounds. An upper wood console has been added to house a digital clock/tachometer, AM/FM/Cassette and a few toggles with lights. Fronting all this leather is an exterior matching dash with a swirl pattern oval aluminum gauge cluster. Vintage Air and Heat have been installed, as has an Ididit tilt column, power steering and power brakes.
With one of the more interesting and nice engine bays you will see, a Chevy (WHAT??!) 350ci V8 4-barrel, with plenty of added chromed bling, and a 700R4 automatic transmission bolted on back is noted.
A superior blending of black frame and suspension, Bronze Metallic Metal, and a shiny stainless exhaust this underside is stunning to say the least. A 9" Ford 3:55 posi rear with parallel leaf springs, and a dropped front axle with post springs, this car will stay glued to any curve a road could throw at it.
I think the consigner sums it up the best as he states "This is a very solid, nice riding and handling Vicky, which needs nothing"...enough said.
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 300 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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