614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You know when someone has spent serious extra time, money, and care creating an award-worthy 1932 Ford Roadster. So dig deep into all the details on this fuel-injected machine that prove this is a color-coordinated and quite thoughtful total build.
This is a quality hot rod with less than 5,400 miles on the build. So you know the car is a sleek body with tight tolerances. So it gets us extra excited to see detailed paintwork like the deep metallic blue that surrounds this entire car (even the undercarriage.) It makes this look like the body is bathing in the ocean at midnight. And the yellow top portion looks like the beginning of the moon rising over the water. That comparison might sound a little far-fetched, but when you see this car, you know it has the kind of luster that will stir your emotions. Another reason for all this excitement is the full custom pinstriping package. It provides a border for the two-tone and it also introduces a light blue that's used for the custom graphics on the hood and trunk lid. And because this is a true classic American, you also have brightwork in the right places, like all the chassis components, billet waterfall grille, dual exhaust tips, and classic American Racing Torq Thrust wheels that have the perfect front/rear stagger for the ideal hot rod stance.
While the black removable roof fits sung against the body, this one is absolutely meant to be open to the world. The yellow top paint of the exterior seamlessly flows into the custom-colored yellow interior. And the way the exterior-matching blue returns on details like the seat inserts, seatbelts, custom door panel inserts, and steering wheel surround remind you that someone really sweated the details on this one. You have modern takes on all the best cool classic features like the banjo-style steering wheel, bright Lokar shifter, and a full set of retro-style gauges. But there are also thoughtful upgrades, like the seat heaters, that make this an extra pleasure to drive with the top down.
Under the hood, it's great to see a Ford hot rod with big blue oval power. This 351 cubic-inch V8 is exceptionally tidy and has some nice flair with the alternator, air topper, and Ford racing valve covers nicely polished. More than just look good, this has been recently upgraded to fuel injection for better performance and delivery. It's mounted on an Edelbrock intake for ideal power. When you look at the undercarriage photos you'll see all the right supporting components for handling this performance like the four-link dropped axle front, Ford 9-inch rear w/no-spin Detroit Locker, and tubular arms with adjustable coilovers on the rear suspension. There's even a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. But it's not the drivability of this machine that has you hooked. Instead, you love all the full painted and polished presentation that will have you putting a mirror under this one at the car shows. Even the front disc brakes are disguised as finned drums for the correct old-school look.
They really put a lot of effort into this custom hot rod, and we even have the build receipts to prove it. So if you want a total award-worthy package, don't let this one slip away. Call today!!!
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