While the original 32 models were introduced as a standard compact sedan, automotive enthusiasts were quick to spot its potential as a hot rodder, and Ford couldn't agree more. The Ford Roadster, also known as the "Deuce Roadster," is an iconic car that played a significant role in the history of American automotive culture. It was introduced during the Great Depression, and despite the challenging economic conditions of the time, it became a symbol of freedom, individuality, and the American Dream on wheels. This time capsule of an example is a well-preserved piece from that era, and with such models becoming increasingly harder to find, we are proud to have it on our list for sale.
The 1932 Ford Roadster was the brainchild of Henry Ford and his team of designers, who aimed to create a lightweight, affordable, and customizable car that would appeal to the growing youth culture of the time. The car featured a sleek, aerodynamic design, and a low center of gravity, making it the ideal choice for those with a need for speed. As you can see from this beautiful piece, some parts of the car, including the fenders, hood, and in this case, the roof, has been removed because for a hot rod, every pound matters. The meaty set Good Years wrapped around the chrome wheels is guaranteed to give you more traction on the strip. A quick look over the door of this 1932 Ford Roadster will reveal a couple of aftermarket parts. The most obvious giveaway is the four-point harness bucket seats that have been installed in case the Hot-Rod were to hit the drag strip; there also seems to be a new infotainment system installed, along with Sony Xplod speakers.
Under the hood, (well, there isn't one, but you get the point) of this 1932 Ford Roadster is a reportedly new 350ci small block Chevrolet V8 engine driven via an automatic transmission. As for performance figures, we'll leave that as a surprise to the lucky person who gets their hands on this beast.
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