1932 FORD CUSTOM SEMA DEUCE ROADSTER - 161648 Sold* at Scottsdale 2014 - Lot #1124 1932 FORD CUSTOM SEMA DEUCE ROADSTER https://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/161648/161648_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1124

1932 FORD CUSTOM SEMA DEUCE ROADSTER

Auction Scottsdale 2014
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 1124
Year 1932
Make FORD
Model
Style CUSTOM SEMA DEUCE ROADSTER
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN DMV52553NV
Exterior Color BOYD RED/JET BLACK
Interior Color BLACK
Cylinders 8
Engine Size 302
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Description

Lot #1124 - This 1932 Ford Deuce roadster has the distinction of being the first and only car officially licensed by SEMA, the only vehicle ever authorized to use the SEMA name and logo. It was built to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the SEMA Show in 2006 and it was the prototype for the limited edition 75th Anniversary Dearborn Deuce cars that were officially sanctioned by Ford the next year. The car was designed by Eric Brockmeyer and built by Hot Rods & Horsepower of Branford, CT in collaboration with SEMA suppliers and equipment companies, many owned by Hall of Famers, Board Directors and New Product Award Winners. A rendering of the car graced the cover of SEMA Show Daily and it was revealed to the world in the flesh at the SEMA Awards Banquet at the Las Vegas Hilton with dignitaries, SEMA Hall of Famers, NHRA Champions, other motorsports personalities and a veritable who's who of the Hot Rod world looking on. Many of the attendees including Don Garlits, Bob Spar, Joe Amato, John Currie, Linda Vaughan, Roy Wirth and Vic Edelbrock, just to name a few, signed a plaque that is located in the trunk of the car. Fittingly, the SEMA Deuce was purchased in January, 2007 by Chuck Schwartz, the producer of the SEMA Show for over 30 years and it has remained a fixture in his personal collection in Las Vegas, NV since. The car features a steel body manufactured by Dearborn Deuce with totally new parts and equipment, nothing used, nothing rebuilt. The engine is a Ford BOSS 302/390hp V8 and was one of the first five engines off the line in 2006. The SEMA Deuce has been driven less than 300 miles since completion. **TITLED AS A 2007 ASVE 32FORD PRD**
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