1932 FORD CUSTOM ROADSTER - 157376Sold* at Las Vegas 2013 - Lot #683 1932 FORD CUSTOM ROADSTERhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/157376/157376_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
1932 FORD CUSTOM ROADSTER
Las Vegas 2013
*Includes Buyer Commission
Lot #683 - The SEMA Deuce was built to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the SEMA Show and was revealed at the 2006 SEMA Show Awards Banquet at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, NV on November 2, 2006. Dignitaries, SEMA Hall of Famers, NHRA Champions and many other motorsports personalities were in attendance that night and many of them signed a plaque that is located in the trunk of the car. The vehicle was purchased in January, 2007 by Chuck Schwartz, the Producer of the SEMA Show for over 30 years and it has been in Las Vegas, NV since then in his personal garage. The SEMA Deuce is constructed on a steel body manufactured by Dearborn Deuce, and all parts and equipment are brand new, nothing used, nothing rebuilt. The engine is a Ford BOSS 302/390hp and was one of the first five engines off the line in 2006. It has an automatic transmission. The Deuce has been driven less than 300 miles and is in great condition. The suppliers of all parts and equipment are SEMA companies, many owned by Hall of Famers, Board Directors and New Product Award Winners. The assembly was performed by Hot Rods & Horsepower of Branford, CT. The Deuce was designed by Eric Brockmeyer, world-famous car designer. The SEMA Deuce is the only vehicle ever authorized to use the SEMA name and logo. There is special recognition of the SEMA Councils on the dashboard gauges.
**TITLED AS A 2007 ASVE 32FORD PRD**
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