When you think about traditional street rods, there aren't much better examples out there than the three-window '32 Ford Coupe. The story begins back in the mid-1920s when Henry Ford decided that it was time for the iconic model T to be replaced. The newer car had to be modern and appealing, which is why Henry Ford's son, Edsel, took the project under his wing and decided to go all or nothing on Ford's new face. The 1932 model was a sensation, with up to 50,000 pre-orders before the car ever touched soil outside the factory. The Coupe, such as the one in discussion, aged like fine wine, and was the reason behind the 'Hot-Rod' culture that emerged even during the 1960s. This 1932 Ford coupe is up for sale in Florida with barely over 1000 miles on the build.
The car is painted black and silver for a two-toned finish with subtle red outlines upon closer inspection. Upfront is a custom flame-inspired chrome grille. Moving back is a chopped roof and suicide doors with shaved door handles and electric door openers. This specific model is known as a Pro Street version. It houses Weld wheels connected to rear four-link adjustable coil-overs, Curely axles, and a 9-inch rear end with 4:11 gears. The care is fully tubbed, and has dual exhaust glass packs to round off the rear end. The interior of this reportedly garage kept example is a beige custom leather trim that also includes leather seats, power windows, a Lokar shifter, A/C with an aluminum compressor, a Grant tilt steering wheel, and a stereo system Bluetooth and USB.
Under the long hood of this vintage street demon is a 5.7L 350ci Chevy small block V8 engine paired with a 600 Holley carburetor and runs via a 4L60 Transmission with electronic shift overdrive.