Pretty nice car for a new build, sure is clean. I like the blue on this 1932 hot rod ford roadster.
’32 Roadster, New Brookville Steel body and So-Cal Chassis painted GM light blue metallic (57 corvette color), Two tone leather interior, tan and beige, trunk is upholstered with the same leather.
Custom carpeting (blue) in cockpit and trunk.
New 350 Chevy engine with 3 2bbl Rochester carbs on an original Offenhauser Tri-power intake manifold.
Polished and painted Offenhauser finned aluminum Valve Covers.
Complete New So-Cal chassis with chrome & Stainless front end, drilled I-beam with Hairpins, mono leaf spring, Currie 9″ Rear 3:50 ratio w/ Strange axles using ladder bar suspension and buggy spring, TH350 transmission, Wilson Welding ’37 Lincoln front backing plates with Buick 90 finned drums, 11″ rear drum brakes, the car rolls on Solid Wheels with Diamondback Wide White Wall tires.
Has ’40 Ford Hubcaps and trim rings.
A custom folding convertible top with a glass zip out rear window was fabricated by Rod Tops, Inc.
Other features include a Walker Radiator, 25 louver hood, Vintage Air heater, Ididit column and drop, ’40 Ford Steering wheel, Auto-meter electronic gauges with polished aluminum insert.
Kwik Wire harness, Guide Headlights on So-Cal custom bar, ’57 Pontiac tail lights, Gennie Shifter w/ 8 Ball.
The first picture was taken at the 2011 NSRA Louisville Nationals while on display at Meguiar’s Booth.
This is a new car with just over 700 miles.