This hot rod is ready to win awards!
Custom hot rods are still one of the ultimate expressions of automotive attitude and personalization, and this 1932 Ford five window is a perfect example. This beautiful custom Ford hot rod is ready for cruising or showing, and it is sure to get attention anywhere it go with a style that is as loud as the car's tuned small-block Chevy V8. If you're looking for a turn-key custom that will turn heads, then contact Lost and Found Classic Car Company for more info on this $65,000 show car.
Created by B&C Auto Restoration of Ontario, New York, this fiberglass-bodied '32 Ford retains elements of the Ford's original look (like the unchopped roof, big headlights and the whitewall tires) while also adding custom touches on every inch of the car. In true hot rod style, the more you look at this Ford, the more amazing details you'll find. The two-tone green with heavy flake and incredible pinstriping details draws the eyes in, and you just don't know where to stop looking. This same paint color is found on the engine block, valve covers, transmission and rear axle. Pretty much every piece of this car is painted, striped or triple chrome plated! Likewise, the inside of this car is just as detailed, and the custom interior hides a full tube cage for added safety.
Peering out of the finished engine compartment is a 350 CID V-8 laying down 350 horsepower to the crank along with 475 lb-ft of torque. This engine is seriously built, too, with a SCAT crank, Keith Black piston and rods and Dart pro 1 heads ported to match intake. The intake manifold is out of a 1965 Corvette, and the large port carbs are out of a 1964 GTO. The engine lays down power through a Turbo 350 transmission with a 3,000 stall that is set up to take up to 500-600 horsepower, and at the back, a Ford eight-inch rear end with 3.55 posi gears.
Bottom line, if this car doesn't win some serious awards, it's not being taken to shows!
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