This 1932 Ford is a two-year old build with a hair over 2,400 road-proven miles. The car has slick black paint, a nicely detailed engine compartment, a comfortable interior and a mean hot-rod look. The body is a glass Show-Me Rod and Custom body and is titled as a 1932 Ford.
The heart and soul of the car is a full roller 496 CI BBC engine with a SCAT rotating assembly, J.E. pistons, H-beam rods, LS7 cast iron heads and a Weiand 871 blower with dual Holleys. The motor puts out serious power for a car this size and is certainly not for the faint of heart. The transmission is a wide-ratio Muncie 4-speed and the rear end is a Ford 9" with Moser axles, an over sized pinion support and 3.70 gears.
The front end is a Pete and Jake unit with hair pin radius rods, a uni-steer rack and pinion and a Flaming River column. The car has gobs of power and is a blast around town and has also a proven highway tourer. The Ford has 4-wheel disc brakes and Carrera coil overs on all four corners, offering a nice upgrade over stock components.
For the hot rod enthusiast looking for his or her latest fix, this ’32 Ford might just do the job.