614 E. Auto Center Dr.
We know you're checking out this 1932 Ford Highboy roadster because it looks like it could be that perfect one where a bold street machine has all the right upgrades. After all, there are cool design touches everywhere, right down to the removable hardtop. So when a low-mileage V8 custom is up for grabs, it's time to take notice.
You can just picture rolling down a fresh strip of blacktop in a bold yellow icon like this, can't you? This bright modern hue is going to look memorable out on the boulevard. This Highboy has less than 900 miles on the full build, and so the fiberglass body and steel hood show quality craftsmanship with zero interference from items like handles to get in the way of the smooth-flowing presentation. There's extra sleekness in the details, like the color-matched grille, lowered windshield, and flush-mounted taillights. In fact, just to show you how smooth the presentation is, you have purple, magenta and blue metallic stripes painted up the profile. And while the custom style doesn't carry as much brightwork as a more traditional build, we like how that draws added attention to the remaining pieces, like the polished suspension components and Boyds wheels.
The color-matched hardtop is such a well-done piece that it almost makes this car look like a coupe. But a car like this often looks its best when open to the world. That's why you have a tasteful tobacco brown interior. This has some nice comforts with a contoured seat, plush carpeting, and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input under the seat. It's built with nice driver's details, like the Lecarra sports steering wheel with matching brown grip. And not only is the dash full of crisp VDO gauges, but there's also a tach mounted to the steering column.
A motor this nice deserves to be on display for the world to see. That's why you have the option of taking out the side panels whenever you want. Just like the rest of this build, the engine bay is a very uniform presentation where nearly everything is either polished or an exterior-matching yellow. We especially like the color-matched engine block, and also the flame theme that starts on the air topper and moves to the valve covers. More than just look great, this is a hardy Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8 topped with a Carter competition-series four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock aluminum intake. You'll also spot good supporting components, including the steel braided lines, AN fitting, and an electric fan. The motor fires up nicely and makes a sweet rumble from the glasspack-style dual exhaust. But don't just listen to the pipes; take a look in the undercarriage photos. There you will see a fully painted underside, which really lets you know the full quality of this build. And don't forget to check out the custom reinforced frame, stout Ford 9-inch diff, and ladder bar rear end with Bilstein coilovers. But more than just an award-worthy total presentation, this is a good cruiser, too. With features like the three-speed automatic transmission and front disc brakes, we know you won't be able to resist adding miles to the low odometer.
This is an iconic classic with all the right standout touches. So if you like stealing the show just by showing up, this is the '32 Ford for you. Call today!!!
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