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1932 Ford 5W Coupe ~PRICE REDUCED~ Ad Number: 49319  

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  • Seller:
  •    DanFMcCue <<-- CLICK USER NAME to send Dan a message
  • Price:
  • $74,500.00 Reasonable offer
  • Year
  • 1932
  • Make
  • Ford
  • Model
  • Coupe
  • City:
  • Santa Barbara
  • State:
  • CA
  • Zip Code:
  • 93111
  • Country:
  • United States
  • Phone:
  • (805) 967-0919
  • Second phone:
  • (805) 680-3172


• Beautiful Henry Ford steel body with steel Rootlieb hood. It is chopped 3” and channeled about 6 1/2”.
• The sheet metal on this car is very straight and painted PPG black with clearcoat.
• The pin striping is maroon (to match the interior) with a thin white outline.
• Custom “nerf” bars and the rear bumper are made of polished stainless steel.
• The body sits on a 1932 Ford frame that is modified to accept a 1988 Mustang rear end and suspension as well as engine and transmission from an ’88 Mustang.
• The engine is a modified 302 small block Ford bored and stroked to 331 ci. It runs a quarter inch stroked Scat 4130 forged steel crank, forged I-beam rods, SRP Forged Pistons, ported aluminum Edelbrock heads, 90 mm. throttle body, BBK Fuel Regulator and a Comp Cams camshaft with roller rockers. The engine has a liberal amount of chrome plating on it’s accessories.
• The Ford AOD transmission is rebuilt for economy and a comfortable cruise. The coupe gets 20+ MPG on premium fuel.
• The fuel is contained in two custom aluminum saddle tanks mounted inside the frame rails with redundant fuel pumps (in the event of a pump failure). The two tanks are connected together and hold a total of about 17 gallons of fuel.
• The brakes are non-assisted disks on the front and drums on the rear. They are quite adequate to stop this car.
• The front end components (dropped axle, spring, radius rods, tie rods, brake components, etc) are chrome plated or polished stainless steel.
• The tires are big and little Firestone 500 radials with wide whites from Diamond Back Classics mounted on steel wheels.
• This car was completely and professionally rewired.
• The exhaust system is jet hot coated (silver) and has mellow mufflers for a comfortable interior sound level.
• The comfortable burgundy interior features adjustable bucket seats with wool carpet. The headliner is formed to the contour of the top without seams.
• The dash incorporates Stewart Warner “winged” instruments mounted in an original Auburn dash insert. It also has custom machined knobs and escutcheons.
• The steering wheel is a downsized ’40 Ford unit with a tilt column .
• Dependable small block Ford engine with computer controlled engine management system.
• Automatic overdrive transmission.
• AM/FM/CD sound system.
• Comfortable and adjustable bucket seats with retractable seat belts.
• Disk brakes on the front and drum brakes on the rear.
• Air conditioning and dual electric two speed wipers.
• Cruise control and tilt steering column.
• Large trunk for long distance travel.
• Fully insulated for temperature and sound control.
This (approximately 16,000 mile) car has been driven from my home in Santa Barbara to Victoria, BC. (Deuce Days), Pigeon Forge, Tn. (Shades of the Past) and Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks for car shows. It is tried and true. It has dual electric wipers, LED tail/brake lights, emergency brake, Quartz/Halogen headlights, door and trunk locks, etc. When presented at the GoodGuys West Coast Nationals in Pleasanton it was awarded the “One Fine Deuce” and the “Magnum Axle/Real Hot Rod” trophies. It was built to clone (in looks only) the car I owned and raced from 1955 thru 1958 (although this car is much nicer and has not been raced). It is a joy to own and drive. Though it is chopped and channeled it’s design allows it to comfortably accommodate persons 6 foot tall. It is equipped with a bra, bug screen and car cover.

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