1932 Ford Five Window Coupe Hot RodThe build was completed in 2011. It is a high quailty, fiberglass 5 window coupe body mounted on a 1934 frame. The car was designed and built to resemble and traditional 1940s or 1950s “Deuce Highboy” with a reliable and modern drivetrain to allow it to perform like a new car. When you examine the construction and inspect the components, the quality becomes evident. It is done with reliability and safety in mind. The engine is a 1972” 350 4 bolt with a lumpy cam. It has an Edelbrock intake with 3 Rochester “dueces. Only the middle is functional. All linkage is in place to make the other two function if desired. There are headers connected to an exhaust system. Electric cut-outs allow for unrestricted flow out the side-pipes. The cooling is performed by an aluminum radiator. A thermostatically controlled electric fan will seldom run.There are two fuel tanks. A ten gallon trunk-mounted tank is backed up by a two gallon Moon tank. A manual valve opens the reserve.The clutch is hydraulic. It engages the Ford T176 4 speed transmission. This transmission has fourth being overdrive. The rear end is an 8.8 Ford Explorer with 3.73 gears. The gearing, OD and tall tires allow for 80mph cruising and quick in-town response. The suspension is well designed. Ladder bars and coil-over shocks on the rear. The front tube axle is dropped and has tube shocks and hairpin style stabilizers. The front brakes are Ford disc. The rears are drum.The builder chose to be unique and installed the steering to operate from the right hand side. Should that not suite you, a conversion would be rather straight forward. Being a right hand drive car certainly makes it desirable for export.The tires are near new. They are bias ply big/littles on steel wheels. The hubcaps are early V8.The interior is simple and attractive. It is a timeless design. The gauges are Dolphin. There is an AM/FM/CD mounted behind the seat. The switches are very simple. There are notes to explain everything.Should you decide to change up the look, there is a hood that is painted to match. It is all a matter of taste.Since the completion of the build, the car has been driven about 1,000 trouble free miles. It is very well sorted and ready to use. The quality is evident. Lots of thought, energy, effort and expense went into the safety and driveability of this car while making it traditional in appearance. The car is located in Jefferson, Wisconsin and the price is 28,000.00 USD which is significantly less than the built cost. It is being sold with a clear and current title and the car is titled as a 2011 Assembled 1932 Ford.Please call 734-730-4274 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule a viewing.