The Thirty-Two Ford was a completely new vehicle launched for the 1932 model year. Available in a versatile array of body styles that included coupes, sedans, roadsters, and even a pickup, it was designed by Edsel Ford and produced on every continent save for Africa. This 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster is a tribute to the original, in what's known as the Highboy style. The Highboy style refers to a 32 Roadster that remains at stock ride height but has been stripped of components such as the hood, fenders, and other superfluous ancillaries. Let's see what this 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster brings.
Dressed in a fabulously shiny red paint job, this 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster is a new Highboy-assembled fiberglass reproduction of the original. The current owner says that there are just 3,000 miles on the new body kit. Note the exposed engine, the podded headlamps, the lack of fenders, and the hotrod stance. Adding to the allure is a set of wire wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Silvertown whitewall radial tires. Inside, it's a red leather-trimmed interior for four occupants who will be exposed to all the sunshine and fresh air they desire. There's a tilt wheel steering column, two cupholders alongside the gear shifter, a modern three-spoke red and black steering wheel with the Ford logo, and lap belts for all four occupants. We also spot an aftermarket head unit with USB and AUX connectivity, firmly bringing your tunes into the 21st century. Performance monitoring is done via five Auto Meter gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, speed, water temperature, and battery voltage. There's also a decently spacious and upholstered trunk behind the seats that contains the battery in a separate box.
This 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster comes with a Chevrolet 350ci (5.7L) V8 that's exposed for all to see via the sides of the vehicle's engine compartment. We are told that the engine also has less than 3,000 miles on it. Power is channeled to the rear wheels via a new 350 Turbo automatic transmission and a 9-inch Ford 3.55 rear end. The current owner also reports a recent oil change, making this car ready to hit the road running.
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