800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster is a super-slick custom car that has a ton of appeal that goes beyond the flame-kissed paint. So check out the upgraded suspension, overdrive transmission, powerful V8, and comfy interior that prove to you that this is a great all-around hot rod.
With less than 3,200 miles on the on the whole build, this one knows how to shine. The maroon paint has plenty of radiance, and so it highlights the curves of this crisp fiberglass body. Plus, this has even more flair with all the brightwork on the bumpers, headlight surrounds, waterfall grille, and windshield frame. But if you want more flare than flair, then you'll love the custom flames on the hood as well as the ones that consume the side of the car in one continuous blaze. When it comes to both brightness and aggression, nothing beats the 15-inch Rocket Racing wheels with seriously wide Hoosier rubber in the rear.
The interior is about both quality and comfort. The light tan looks great against the exterior burgundy, and the color-matched dash proves it. The seats have terrific bolstering, and there's even a fold-down arm rest for individual comfort. The chrome steering wheel looks stylish, and it's on a tilt column. This same idea of form and function goes for place like the Lokar shifter and full AutoMeter gauge package, too. While these are supposed to have a minimalist feel, they did install a Kenwood Bluetooth radio under the dash after all, it's great to have the best driving tunes.
The engine bay might just win you awards on your own. Not only do you have a color-matched block and intake, but there's also a ton of polished components like the valve covers, air topper, alternator, and upgraded pulleys. More than just look great, this small block V8 has awesome performance pieces like a Holley Street Avenger four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD ignition, and shorty headers feeding a rumbling dual exhaust. As you look at the undercarriage photos you're going to see a terrific color-matched presentation that proves the quality of this fresh build. Plus, you'll love that the power get to the ground with strong Ford 9-inch rear, four-link rear suspension w/coilovers, and those massive rear tires. But more than just the typical hot rod, this is built with comfortable cruising in mind, too. That's why you have a Heidts Mustang II-style independent front end, front disc brakes, and rack & pinion steering. There's even a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
This is the fresh build that you'll be proud to showcase, and it even has the right features to show it off near or far. So don't miss this all-around fine Ford. Call now!
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