The 1932 Ford debuted as an all-new model to take over from the Model A. The Thirty-Two Ford is most popular in hot-rodding culture as what's known as the Deuce Coupe. This 1932 Ford Five Window Coupe is an example of a Deuce Coupe that's been restored and tastefully enhanced with some updated componentry. It's got just 14,166 miles since its rebirth and is waiting for you to take it as your own.
Deuce Coupes make their style statement with bold colors, and that's precisely what this 1932 Ford Five Window Coupe does in its eye-catching bright red paint job. Once your eyes have been suitably captivated, other details spring to view. These include the Cragar knockoff-style wheels, chromed headlamp rings and taillamp surrounds, twin tailpipes that are the result of a custom exhaust, and the overall stance of this hot rod. Inside, you'll find a two-seat cabin in a black and gray theme. The original dash remains but has tastefully gained air conditioning and new gauges from Auto Meter. The door cards sport metal window winders, and there are metal pedal covers too. A pair of red fuzzy dice dangle from the rear-view mirror as a final touch. We can't see an infotainment system, so that avenue is entirely up to you to explore.
Pop the side-opening engine covers and gaze at a totally refreshed and updated powertrain on this 1932 Ford Five Window Coupe. Gone is its original Flathead V8; a 350ci Chevy unit has taken its place. It's fed by a 4-barrel carb with a Street Rod air cleaner, and we are told that the engine has received a mild cam for some extra pep. Drive goes to the rear wheels via a three-speed automatic transmission and a Posi rear end, ensuring that burnouts come easy to this Deuce Coupe. Don't worry, though, as braking has received an upgrade, too, courtesy of a Wilwood brake kit. Finally, the engine bay sees new polished chrome engine accessories as a visual statement of this hot rod's wild and free spirit.
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