1932 FORD CUSTOM SHOW ROADSTER - 81088Sold* at Scottsdale 2010 - Lot #1310 1932 FORD CUSTOM SHOW ROADSTERhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/81088/81088_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1310 - Following the theme of a 60's drag/show roadster, this awesome '32 Ford roadster was an America's Most Beautiful Roadster contender and a multi award winner at the Grand National Roadster Show and Detroit Autorama including best paint, best undercarriage, best engine and outstanding detail. Engine details included in this custom build by Chas Rose of Rose Motorsports are Moldex billet crank, Cunningham H-beam rods, Ross forged pistons, Isky billet roller cam shaft with titanium valves, Blower Shop 671 billet blower, CNC rocker arm assembly, complete engine assembly including block is polished and chrome plated Edelbrock carburetors. This beautiful engine starts instantly, runs cool and is very streetable with awesome power. Included in its documentation are dyno sheets showing it dyno'd 456hp. The Tremec 5-speed transmission is operated with a custom shift stick and knob. Other notable features are custom fabricated stainless steel headers, complete polished stainless exhaust system, striking red plexiglas dash and firewall cover with period correct Stewart Warner Instruments. Chassis details include a chrome Halibrand Quick Change rear end with custom control links. Flawless Candy Apple Red paint with gold leaf detail, a stunning show rod style interior, countless custom details throughout its two-year build were done in house at the Hot Rod Garage in Sand Springs, OK which was placed on the cover of "Rod and Custom" Magazine along with being a feature car shown at SEMA and other media coverage.
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