1932 FORD HI-BOY CUSTOM ROADSTER - 112792Sold* at Las Vegas 2011 - Lot #336.2 1932 FORD HI-BOY CUSTOM ROADSTER//cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/112792/112792_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
1932 FORD HI-BOY CUSTOM ROADSTER
Las Vegas 2011
*Includes Buyer Commission
Lot #336.2 - This car has many high-end items that add to its performance and durability. Being a unique, limited production version of the '32 Ford, you will not have everyone knocking on your car or asking if it is steel or glass. It is a work of art. It was completed 7 years ago and has been in Southern California all of its life, travelling less than 3,800 miles since completion. It has recently undergone a mechanical refurbishment including the addition of new Classic Instuments All American Nickel gauges. The steel-reinforced, fiberglass-composite, Zipper body is painted with a pearl orange metal flake and a clear coat that just pops in the sunlight. The doors are 10" longer than stock and it is set-up for open air cruising as it does not come with a top. The interior is custom made and covered in almond leather and German smooth weave carpet. There is a hidden Sony stereo with a 10 disc CD player. The motor is a 4-bolt main, 350cid Chevy with all the goodies and comes with a notebook full of the build data. The transmission is a Turbo 2004R mated to a Ford 8". The frame was customized by bobbing the front and rear rails and installing a special K member supplied by Zipper Motors. The front and rear suspensions have a 4-bar set-up with QA-1 coilovers and 4-wheel disc brakes by Aerospace Components. The Halibrand style 14" and 15" wheels are by Eric Vaughn with Dunlap tires for that old-school-meets-high-tech look.
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