614 E. Auto Center Dr.
We seldom get to see a 1932 DeSoto SC, but you're going to love this one for far more than rarity. It's a custom street machine with a fuel-injected stroker V8, four-on-the-floor, a custom leather interior, and performance suspension with full air ride controls. Of course, this custom build also retains all the best pieces to make it a true classic, like a steel body and rumble seat. And there's less than 100 miles on the whole build!
While 1932 may have been a great year to make a custom Ford, some of us know that the DeSoto is an even more interesting choice. They debuted a new race-inspired style in '32 that gave you a sleek and distinct rounded grille. And the custom two-piece front bumper makes sure everyone gets to really see this special piece. It kicks off the full custom treatment of this all-steel car. Vintage elements like the suicide doors and slotted hood sides meet with well-integrated upgrades like the crystal-clear headlights, frenched license plate, and LED taillights. The Billet Specialties alloys are staggered 18/20 inches front/rear for an aggressive stance. The full package shows a car that's vintage, sporty, and absolutely custom. So it seems only fitting that it borrows a shade of Champagne Gold metallic made famous by Chip Foose.
Inside, this fresh build has a detailed leather interior. Supple and supportive bucket seats kick off a comfortable package that includes power seats, billet handles, an AM/FM stereo, alarm system, and a push-button start. The custom center console houses the controls for the full air ride suspension. There are even power windows and a removable soft top if you want to keep the weather out. But really, this one was meant to be open to the world. After all, even the iconic rumble seat is finished in leather to match the interior. And no matter how you chose to present this custom DeSoto, we know you're going to love driving it. The leather-wrapped steering wheel is on a tilt column, and the Hurst shifter is where you want your right hand to be. The Classic Industries gauges have a jewel-like quality, and these readouts dominate the dash so well that they are angled towards you.
Under the hood is a terrific powerhouse. The bow tie logo on the valve covers and Heartbeat motto on the air topper are dead gateways to stout small block power. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 that has been upgraded with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, and shorty headers. It's topped off with an MSD fuel-injection system that you control from the panel on the interior. You'll also spot the right supporting components, like the MSD ignition and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. Make sure you check out the undercarriage photos, too. Not only will you see a tidy presentation and a painted frame, but also great driver-oriented details. There's a Heidts tubular A-arm front end, four-link rear, and the full Accuair suspension that lets you dial-in your ideal stance. Plus, there's true control over it all with the four-speed manual transmission and four-wheel disc brakes.
Here's a complete and stunning show car that's also a solid driver. But no matter if you want to win awards or enjoy the backroads, you know you need to hurry to take home something this unique. Call today!!!
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