1932 Ford Roadster

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ZZ4 350 CID V-8 crate motor ... TH 350 automatic ... Downs body ... TCI chassis ... Dual quads ... Dual exhaust ... Heated seats ... 2,300 miles ...








350 CID V-8


TH350 Automatic


2,300 Since Completed


Classic Car Facts

If you’re looking for an attention-grabbing street rod that was built for driving, look no further than this stunning custom-built 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster.

Finished in eye-catching Red, this gorgeous Roadster will get the looks this summer.  Its finish has a beautiful luster that is further enhanced by its contrasting Tan Rod Tops convertible top, affording you the option of open or closed cabin touring.  Its Billet Specialties Fast Lane polished wheels and QTB chrome guide style tribar headlights provide additional distinction.  Hagan Street Rods Fatties side mirrors and a tinted windshield complete the package.

The interior of this street rod is just as stunning as the exterior, featuring a coordinating Tan Ultraleather bench seat and Brown carpeting.  Other features include an Ididit tilt steering column, a matching Billet Specialties steering wheel, and Lokar shifter, emergency brake, and interior door handles.  You’ll also appreciate comfort and convenience of this roadster’s heated seats, electric trunk lift, and AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo.  A full complement of Classic Instruments gauges will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood.

Powered by a GMZZ4 350 CID crate motor mated to a TH350 automatic transmission, this beauty generates plenty of power.  Fuel is supplied by an old-style Edelbrock polished dual quad manifold with 450 AFB carburetors.  Other technical and mechanical specs include the following:

  • Downs Industries body
  • Rootleib Inc. steel hood
  • TCI straight axle chassis
  • Chrome front shocks
  • 4-link rear end
  • Coilover rear
  • Power front disc brakes
  • Comp Cams Thumpr roller cam
  • Aluminum heads
  • Cooling Components radiator/fan/shroud combo
  • Chrome water pump
  • Petronix electronic ignition
  • Painless wiring
  • 100-amp polished alternator
  • Powermaster high torque mini-starter
  • Billet pullies
  • Billet connecting rod hangers
  • Finned valve covers
  • Chrome oil & transmission pans
  • Ceramic coated Block Hugger Headers

Having just 2,300 miles since built, this Roadster runs and drives as well as it looks, having been driven on several long-distance trips with ease.

A few items of note are that the emergency brake, neutral safety switch, and gear selector indicator are not currently connected.

If an absolutely gorgeous street rod ready for the road is what you desire, this 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster is the one for you!