1932 Ford All Steel Highboy Roadster
The people that have been affiliated with building this car reads like an All Star team! Vern Tardell built the motor. He is considered by most people to be one of the top flathead engine builders in the world. It was built as a full house 59A bored and stroked to 284 cubic inches. It has an ISKY CAM with stainless valves and Johnson lifters plus it has been ported and relieved. It is equipped with a high volume oil pump and Orosco aluminum Eddie Meyer heads with original Eddie Meyer exhaust heated intake manifold carrying two Stromberg 97’s with Thickstum air cleaner.
This great Roadster also has chrome headers, Smitty mufflers and a Walker radiator. The flywheel has been lightened and carries a 1939 Zephyr transmission with torque tube matted to a 3:74 rear end. It has 1948 Ford brakes with polished Buick drums, solids, ’48 Ford hub caps, “Bigs” and “Littles”, ’56 Ford Steering, ’40 Ford Steering Wheel, engine turned dash panel with Moon gauges, ’50 Pontiac tail lights, King Bee headlights, Superbell forged dropped axle. This ’32 Roadster has been worked to an unbelievable high standard by people who knew what they were doing.
It is unbelievably FAST and the chassis is tuned to the
MAX. DO NOT confuse this great Roadster with the normal cars you see out there.
This car will truck down the road perfectly and does not have any bump steer.
The paint is dark red with ivory scallop to the front of the car.
The all steel body on this car is a # 35 Brookville and it also has an original
grille shell, firewall and gas tank with a 3 inch chopped windshield .
.Again another All Star Team for this job. Paint was by Bob Barber out of Philadelphia. He is very well known Ferrari painter. Obviously NOT cheap!!
The interior is rolled and pleated and was done by Ron Magnus, a very famous interior man with numerous awards over the years including awards at the 2013 Roadster Show. The interior finish was carried out in the same way completely through the rumble seat. The carpet is done in matching Carmel brown. The top was hand-made and done by Ron Magnus and it looks FANTANTIC! The seat is one of the very desirable Glide seat with infinite adjustments. This ‘32 is one of the nicest hot rods I have ever seen or driven. It would give you years of pleasure if it was yours. It is priced approximately $60,000 behind the other authentic super built cars being done currently. It would take approximately $130,000 to build a car today like this car was done.
I looked around yesterday at what was out there for sale now and was quite amazed. They were all what I call “Fluff Balls” with Chevrolet motors, disc brakes, power windows and most with fiberglass bodies. Some even have power windows! Very disturbing!! Evidently there are not many “REAL” authentic cars out there. Here is your chance to own the real McCoy at a fraction of what it would cost to build it plus no waiting time! It is ready to go. Call me with your questions.
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