1932 Ford Roadster

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    Rik Hoving
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    For Sale Only
    No Trades
    Located in Ontario, Canada
    Asking $65,000 US Funds, Negotiable

    This 32 Roadster took over two years to complete at a cost of over 100K. It is an all steel Brookville car with the Stage III chassis with many stainless steel components. The body was fitted at the factory and its components were installed by a professional team of builders in Tucson, Arizona.

    The 1947 engine started its life as a 239 but is now happily a 296. It has Baron High Flow cylinder heads, 24 bolt, domed 1/8”, these are rare to see. As well it has a Baron Tattersfield 4 carb setup with 4-97 Strombergs atop it, again, also rare to see. An Aeromotive fuel pump and two filters, one pre fuel pump, one post fuel pump, both with shut offs, keeps fuel running without a hitch. There are finned aluminum carb bases with K&N filters as shown but you will also receive the 4 original Baron Venturi stacks with the sale. The linkage for the carburetors is progressive. Internals and accessories on engine include a 4 1/8” stroker crank, 3 3/8” bore, centered in casting, Arias billet pistons-1/8” in head, Cast billet rods, Isky street cam, Ported and relieved, Valve seats narrowed, Stainless Steel intake valves, 1 piece guide and seals, Speedway water pumps, Ceramic coated headers, Thickson oil filler tube, ARP fasteners throughout, Vertex magneto by Don Zig, Flat belt drive with tensioner, Walker radiator, high torque starter, Automatic C4-3 speed transmission, Transmission cooler, Custom flex plate and torque converter, Optima Red Top Gel battery with disconnect, Stainless Steel dual pipes and mufflers.

    The chassis is a Brookville Stage III boxed frame with a 4” dropped front axle. It has a Vega steering box along with Bilstein front shocks. With a Four bar Stainless Steel front end and a Stainless Steel triangulated rear end with coil overs, a shortened Ford 9”, this car drives great on the highway or street. Wilwood disc brakes up front with aluminum backing plates and drum brakes in the rear ensure a steady and true stop every time. Wheels are from Coker and are covered by Firestone Bias Ply 600-16 in the front and Firestone Bias Ply 700-16 in the rear, giving the car a great stance but also very comfortable on varying road surfaces and conditions. It has 1934 Ford headlights up front with integral turn signals along with 1939 Ford Blue Dot taillights in the rear.

    The interior begins with a fully adjustable bench on a slider as well as an adjustable back. All of the interior including the trunk is finished in high grade Porsche black leather. There is high quality German square weave carpeting throughout the interior and trunk. A six gauge, aluminum panel with a stainless steel insert houses a full array of Classic Instruments Moal Bomber, round face, series gauges. These include an Oil, Fuel, Speedometer, Tachometer, Volts, Clock and 2 Temperature gauges mounted in their own aluminum panel-one per cylinder head. A Dakota digital fan controller ensures smooth operation of the electric fan. The Speedometer is controlled with the Classic Instruments GPS enabled option. There is a Lokar shifter along with a Lokar emergency brake . Period correct 2” vintage lever/latch buckle, seat belts add to the beautiful look of the interior. A stock Ford steering column topped off with a 1940 Ford steering wheel also add to the vintage look. Push button start, power lift trunk, center foldable arm rest, built in edge protector for loading luggage are some of the other small details added to this car.
    The body is finished in a stunning Mercedes Horizon Blue. A 3” chopped, tiltable windshield completes the package.

    Mileage to date from build date is currently 4,266 miles.
    There is no filter but the oil is changed at intervals of 500 miles since build, without exception.
    Everything works as it should.
    It cruises great on the highway or on the street.
    There is no top and no hood, this car was built to be an open air cruiser and to highlight the workmanship and detail in the engine bay.
    Four Ford logo hubcaps will be included with the sale.

    If you have any questions or require further details or pictures please feel free to email me at mymousehouse@rogers.com.

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