1932 Ford Roadster
350 c.i.d. 4bbl. V8 - Show Quality Detailed
TH350 3-Speed Automatic
Huntsman Red Exterior Base/Clearcoat
Tan Ultra-Leather Interior & Glide Seat
Ididit Polished Tilt Steering Column & Leather-Wrapped Billet Steering Wheel
Swing-Out Windshield / Wing Windows / Chromed Mirrors
American Racing Torque Thrust Polished Wheels & Goodyear Eagle RSA Radials (195/60R15 Front & 275/60R17 Rear)
9-Inch Ford Rear End - Color-Keyed
Billet Rear Coil-Over Shocks & Chromed Front Shocks
Custom Dual Exhaust & Polished Block-Hugger Ceramic-Coated Headers
Show Detailed Custom Chassis & Chromed Front Tubular I-Beam
Aluminum Radiator & Polished Billet Overflow Tank / Chromed Electric Fan
Wardlow Kustom Masks Bug Screen For Front Grille Assembly
Power Operated Trunk Lid
This is an all fiberglass custom built Roadster sitting on a show detailed square-tube chassis. The drivetrain consists of a stout Chevrolet 350 cubic inch V8 paired with a TH350 automatic transmission and 9-inch Ford rear end. Fly Low or Fly High, the majority of our photography was done at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to check out the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The wheels of choice are machine-polished American Racing rims fitted with 195/60R15s up front & 275/60R17s out back.
The engine compartment is beautifully detailed. The firewall is polished a quality done. HCC Performance here in Dallas, Texas just completed a thorough detail job and installed several show quality pieces. The block is painted to match the body. There are several key elements including the polished aluminum valve covers & matching billet wire looms. The fuel line is braided steel. The fuel pump is chrome as is the fuel filter. A Holley Hi-Tek air cleaner has been installed. The water pump and pullies are chromed. The oil pan and oil filter are chromed. Cooling duties are handled via a high capacity aluminum radiator & polished billet overflow tank. The electric cooling fan is chromed. Induction is courtesy of a polished Quick Fuel 750 cfm carburetor atop a polished aluminum intake.
The block-hugger headers are ceramic-coated and polished, paired with a beautiful sounding dual exhaust system. Be sure to play the video. The interior is quality done. Completed in December 2013, over $7,000 was spent on the interior work alone. The low profile glide seat is upholstered in tan ultra-leather with matching door panels. The shifter is by Lokar. The white-face gauges are by Dolphin. The polished-tilt steering column is by Ididit. The seating is well done and comfortable, complete with seat belts for two. I am 6 foot 2 and fit comfortably in this Roadster.
The windshield will swing-out and is paired with clear wing window vent glass & dual chromed side mirrors along with a rear view mirror. This is a Roadster that can be driven and shown. The undercarriage is a major indicator of the build quality. This particular car shows extremely well. The chassis and suspension is highly detailed throughout. The 9-inch Ford differential is paired with coil-over shocks & rear disc brakes. The engine and transmission pans are chromed. The front suspension is chromed as well. The brake calipers are color-keyed. The trunk lid is power-operated with a momentary toggle switch mounted under the dash. The headlamps are also operated with a billet knob under the dash. There is also a hidden kill switch.