West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely stunning 1932 'Deuce' Ford Model 'B' Highboy Chopped 5 Window Coupe Hot Rod which is titled as a 1932 Ford and which represents an outstanding example of a traditional Hot Rod conversion!
Deuce Customs Body TCI Chassis Ford 9" with 3.55 gears 350 Chevy crate motor/TCI TH350 GM Trans FiTech Fuel Injection Vintage Air Conditioning Gennie Shifter Wilwood Front Brakes SoCal Gauges Ididit Column SoCal 34 Ford Commercial Headlights & Mounts TANKS 14.5 gallon tank Mechanicals by "All Way Hotrods" Stitching by "Hotrod Interiors by Glenn"
While retaining the basic external looks and characteristics of this 90 year + old classic car, this highly desirable deuce '32 Highboy Chopped 5 Window Coupe looks just as if it were fabricated way back in the fifties or early sixties. Obviously always garaged, covered and with no accidents since the build, owned and driven since then by only obviously very careful and meticulous owners - never ever abused - babied all the way! The 'Custom Red' color paint is in absolutely beautiful and virtually flawless condition and the car still looks like it was just finished. The seats and interior are also in absolutely beautiful condition throughout with no signs of wear and this Hot Rod drives exactly like a newly built low mileage rod should, the rebuilt small block V8 engine is extremely strong with no oil leaks and the temperature always remains cool. The Vintage A/C blows cold and the rod has power windows and trunk release.
You will look long and hard to find a finer example of this genuine 1932 Ford and as we all know, only a deuce is a deuce! The 1932 Ford is regarded as being the definitive hot rod and has been since the birth of hot rodding as we know it back in the thirties. The Deuces popularity is easy to understand as in 1932 the Ford engineers developed a worthy successor to the obsolete Model A, a masterful new design with more power and more elegant lines and the timeless grille of the Deuce meant that no other car was as sought after for hot rodding into the forties and they remain as popular today as they were then! Stock '32 frames provide substantially greater torsional rigidity than the previous 1928-31 models and since 1932 was the first year of production for Ford's V8, installing a later V8 was easier than before. Also the Deuce was the only car Ford ever made that had the sides of the frame rails exposed.
This particular 1932 Ford Highboy 5 Window Coupe has a steel hood and grille and is as nicely done a custom Deuce as you can hope to find and a pure statement of individuality! It will undoubtedly continue to prove to be a very worthwhile investment for the Hot Rod or Deuce enthusiast or simply easily prove to be the most fun you ever had in a car!