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  1. #1
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    Default 1932 Ford Roadster

    1932 Ford Roadster

    SOLD

    Chassis and Suspension:
    Fabricated square tube chassis with fiberglass Deuce roadster body channeled 6". Car can accommodate a 6' person. Dropped 6” spring-behind tube axle front. 10” Chevrolet rear end with posi unit. 4 wheel disc brakes. 15” Steelies painted bright red base coat/ Clear coat. New (0 miles) Coker Classic white wall tires on front and Diamond Back radial white wall tires on rear. 1965 mustang steering box with suicide steering.

    Engine and Drivetrain:
    350 Ci, 4 bolt main small block Chevy, aluminum Edelbrock intake with 4 barrel Holley carburetor and HEI distributor. Aluminum radiator and overflow canister mounted in the rear of car with electric fan. Car never overheats. Can drive all day in 100 degree weather. Custom exhaust, Lake style headers with glass packs. Power-glide 2 speed automatic transmission with B&M tall shifter with old chrome skull knob. 4 wheel disc brakes with Line Lock on front.

    Body and Interior:
    New Base Coat/ Flat Clear Coat paint with traditional Scallop paint scheme with red pin stripes. Old style traditional red and white pin striping. Original steel 32 ford passenger car dash. Large Autometer tachometer with recall, Vintage Stewart Warner SW gauges on fire wall. Genuine deuce headlights, converted to halogen bulbs. Aoooga horn. Chopped 1928 Plymouth windshield. Gasser bucket seats with black leather seat covers (Some of the stitching has started to separate, needs to be restitched or replaced), Custom Interior with raised flames incorporated into side panels.

    I have owned this car for over 5 years. Car runs, drives, and stops great. Car has been shown at the “Turkey Rod Run” in Daytona Florida several times and the “Run To The Sun” at Myrtle Beach South Carolina several times also. Car was purposely built to look dated and traditional. Car is currently registered and titled as a 1932 Ford Model B Roadster in South Carolina. I have tried to describe car honestly but if you have questions or concerns please feel free to contact me. Feel free to call me at 704-650-5586 with any questions. Thanks








    Last edited by Quick69; 10-25-2012 at 07:07 PM.


    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

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    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

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    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

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    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

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    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

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    I have another set of wheels and tires that I will let go with the car for $1200. They are 1935 Ford 32 spokes. I had the rear two wheels widened to 10". The tires are custom made DiamondBack radials with wide white walls. This is what my Roadster looks like with them mounted:






    Last edited by Quick69; 08-07-2012 at 08:41 PM.
    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

  7. #7
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    This is a very nice car guys. Good price to.

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    bump to the top
    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

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    New price $11K
    1930 Ford 5 window Coupe (project)
    1933 Chevy Master 2 door Sedan BBC(project)
    1936 Chevy Truck BBC
    1969 Camaro RS/SS BBC

    http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=17136

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    WOW! This car is still here?

 

 
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