213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Lightly driven and featuring a sturdy construction that makes it well positioned for plenty more fun filled miles, this 1932 Ford Tudor is one eye-catching streetrod. Its striking presence has impressed many a car show judge and it's propelled by a vital, eager engine that's in top form, so the good times can kick off right away as soon as you bring this beauty home.
This immediate successor to the Model A is equipped with an all steel exterior and the sturdiness that comes with it leaves this streetrod with a thoroughly precise alignment - circle the car to get a closer look at its workmanship and you'll notice those tight even gaps surrounding the folding, vented hood and doors. Its appealing form is draped in magnetic white paint that, despite having been applied a while ago, continues to impress with its smooth texture and deep gloss and the subtle pinstriping on display is a great finishing detail. Many streetrods of this vintage - maybe even a majority - venture into the customization shop to have their cabins chopped, but not this one, and the upside will become evident just as soon as you slide behind the wheel in the form of the abundant visibility you'll enjoy. Above, the black vinyl top is in top shape and contrasts nicely with its vibrant surroundings.
Inside, the theme is clearly all about detailed comfort. This '32 has a compelling and distinctive interior, anchored by a pair of plushly padded leather buckets with modern contours for plenty of support that loom over an expanse of matching carpet, with a pair of floormats on board in front for protection. A quintet of AutoMeter gauges take its place in front of the Classic V8 steering wheel mounted on the chrome tilt column to keep tabs on vital motoring functions, surrounded by a clean chrome panel. Streetrods aren't generally known for their comfort and convenience features but this one is well-equipped in that regard, offering an underdash Vintage Air climate control system to keep things comfortable, power windows and a Clarion stereo custom fitted in the roof that combines with kick panel speakers to provide a strong audio experience. You'll have no shortage of enthusiastic passengers while at the wheel of this ride and they'll ride in comfort - this Tudor has a very spacious interior and even provides some welcome storage space behind the rear seat.
Lift up a section of the folding hood and you'll find a 350 cubic inch V8 standing by, eager for action. The engine is fed via Tuned Port Injection to provide both adjustability and outstanding all-weather performance and has been dressed with quite an array of polished components to create quite a sight inside the compartment, including the valve covers, intake and alternator. The 350 is really running great and you can easily see the amount of attention that went into attaining its sterling appearance as it pairs with a 4-speed automatic 700r4 transmission whose overdrive gear makes for low RPM highway cruising. A sizable aluminum radiator is on board, teaming with an electric fan to keep operating temperatures under control and the note coming through the polished headers leading out to the dual exhaust must be heard to be appreciated. Power brakes that position discs up front bring low effort, fade resistant stops as this nicely configured streetrod cruises on its set of staggered mag wheels 14" in front and 15" in back wrapped with tires that still show plenty of tread.
With its combination of curb appeal and comfort, this 1932 Ford Tudor presents quite a compelling opportunity. Call today!
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