Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe Streetrod loves to have an old-school appearance of a patina body and triple-deuce setup on the V8. But the fresh interior with cold-blowing A/C reveals that this is a far more modern build. So it all makes for vintage fun with exceptional comfort.
The body is fiberglass, but you might have not known that from the first impression. This one revels in the rat rod personality so well that they made the body look like an aged patina machine. And the real thoughtfulness of this one is in the details. You see it up front where the drop axle is drilled for the classic lightweight style. The hood is steel, and it has a nice louvered style. There\'s plenty of classic pinstriping - including the \"Rust in Peace\" that helps drive home the added patina attitude. And while this one was made to look aged, there are some ways you can really tell this is a fresher and more detailed build. The way everything fits together and the doors close have a nice build quality. And the clean bright blue wheels with whitewall tires are a cool way to preview the two-tone inside.
The interior is quite handsome. The white vinyl on the upholstery, door panels, and headliner is contrasted by coordinated blue tuck-and-roll style inserts in the seats and side panels. The blue carpet has white piping. And the white dash has blue pinstriping. So it\'s a thoughtful and uniform two-tone. There\'s a nice hot rod style with the classic Ford dual-spoke steering wheel, a large So-Cal tach mounted on the column, and Stewart Warner gauges mounted in the machine-turned dash panel. This one is built to be luxurious, but it also doesn\'t want to get too showy. So the power windows are controlled by the classic-style cranks, there are USB ports well-integrated into the side panel, and the air conditioning vents are newly integrated into the dash. It makes for a classic style that\'s also quite comfortable.
The engine bay continues the worn-in look, and they specifically acid-dipped newer components to get the aged appearance. And of course, the look of a triple set of dual-barrel carbs is the ideal way to create some classic muscle. But this 350 cubic-inch V8 is also hiding some more modern and desirable upgrades. This includes an Edelbrock intake, a Mallory HEI distributor, and an electric fan. And a three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and a rear sway bar are all part of that deceptively easy cruising style that makes this coupe so much fun.
This is the Ford that looks like it\'s fresh from the barn, but in reality, it\'s going to be the most comfortable deuce coupe you\'ll likely find. Call today!!!
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