1932 FORD MUROC II ROADSTER - 178655Sold* at Scottsdale 2015 - Lot #2037 1932 FORD MUROC II ROADSTERhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/178655/178655_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
1932 FORD MUROC II ROADSTER
*Includes Buyer Commission
Lot #2037 - Built in 2001, this Muroc II roadster is one of 10 all-metal limited production Deuce Street-Rods envisioned by Jerry Kugel with design input from Hot Rod legends Chip Foose and Thom Taylor. It features an aluminum hood and hand-hammered body by Marcel's Custom Metal (LaHabra, CA). Riding on a Kugel chassis with Corvette-inspired independent front and rear suspension and Wilwood 11" disc brake rotors, the show-quality build includes numerous upgrades like stainless steel control arms, chromed coilover springs, a Flaming River steering column, a Kugel rack & pinion steering unit and a Ford-based 9" center section. Originally sold as a completely built rolling chassis, final assembly of this Muroc II was handled by Mike's Street Rods, which installed a Corvette-sourced LS6 feeding an overdrive-equipped 4L60E transmission. Kugel created the DuVall-inspired 2-piece windscreen, while the leather upholstery was handled by Gabe's Custom Interiors. The instrument cluster consists of Gaffrig 4-in-1 gauges including a GPS-fed speedometer. This car's unique quality was verified in a full color feature story in the January 2002 issue of Super Rod magazine (included).
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