614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1932 Chevrolet 5 Window Coupe is truly a unique build. It has its own style and even features a luxury interior (with everything from A/C to a sunroof!) And where most builds have a Chevy motor, this is a bow tie with fuel-injected Ford power. So dig into one of the most unique street machines you can get your hands on right now.
They built this one to look like a speed machine. Chopping inches out of the roof is a great way to get a lower and sleeker look. But this one also uses taller front fenders than most, and it creates a hunkered down look that you just don't see on many hot rods. And more than just look fast, there's ultra-wide rear Hoosier rubber hiding behind the rear fenders because this is a true street machine. There are more great performance details, like the racing-style front bumper, shaved door handles, Weld racing wheels, and quad exhaust tips boldly on display in the rear. And it's all wrapped in a modern orange pearl paint that loves to radiate every time the sunshine finds the body's sheetmetal.
Inside is a custom interior built for both comfort and performance. You see it first on the racing style bucket seats that are finished in a supple leather, and they even have textured orange inserts to match the exterior. This is loaded with features, like cold-blowing air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, power locks, cup holders, and a sunroof (when was the last time you saw a sunroof on a '32 coupe?!) And the stereo is an AM/FM/CD/XM unit with a touchscreen interface and amplified speakers. But while all this is out to keep you comfortable, the B&M shifter, AutoMeter gauges, the grippy sports steering wheel mounted on the polished tilt column are all there to remind you that there's something special under the hood.
The engine bay looks great with a mirrored firewall and polished valve covers that include color-matched detailing. This might be a classic Chevy, but that' a modern fuel-injected 5.0-liter Ford motor under the hood, and so the V8 alone will draw a crowd. The Spectre air element helps it breath in deeply, and the headers add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. There are also thoughtful all-around good driving upgrades, like power steering, an aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you're going to see more great upgrades, like the tubular A-arm front suspension, reinforced ladder bars in the rear w/adjustable coilivers, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes.
This is a great-looking street machine with the power and features to be fun for all occasions. A complete and distinct build like this doesn't come available too often, so don't miss you chance. Call today!!!
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