- $68,000 , best offers considered
- Item Location:
- Spring, TX
- Tan and Brown
- TKO 500 5 Speed
- Quick Change 348-411
- Seller: darrellc
- Phone: 2819145282
1932 Ford Roadster, all steel body, Rootlib 25 louver hood sides full open. Rootlib hood, custom built rear body corners. American stamping frame rails fully boxed custom built center section chassis stretch one and a half inch at front cross member, chassis is pinched in the front and lowered one inch, frame rails also pinched in rear to fit the two inch spreader bar. Spreader bars front and rear are 1/4 inch polished stainless.
GM Performance Chevy crate motor 300 HP roller camshaft, 4 bolt main block, once piece rear main seal Vortec heads.
TKO 500 Five Speed Transmission, aluminum bellhousing, McLeod clutch and pressure plate. McLeod heavy duty hydraulic throwout bearing.
2 Inch 4130 Custom built drive shaft, Winters Quick Change polished rear end mini V8 tapered side bells..348--411 gear.
Wilwood disc brakes all four corners, drilled vented rotors and polished calipers. Wilwood master cylinders.
Posies front spring, Super Bell oval drilled aluminum polished axle, Bilstein coilover rear shocks, Bilstein front shocks.
Budnick Maroc 3 wheels satin centers, polished rims-- 17x10 rears, 15x6 fronts.
2 1/2 inch stainless exhaust over rear axel.
Budnick steering wheel Ididit polished steering column.
32 dash custom-built recessed insert, auto meter gauges (Cruiser AD Series), electronic speedo.
Dark brown and tweed interior. Lebaron Bonney Carpet and floor mats.
Lift off top. Top frame 304 stainless, Hartz Stayfast cloth top.
3 inch chopped windshield post polished stainless.
Hagen Fatty mirrors
Custom mixed paint - paint code available (PPG Global)
Color: Cashmere, Biscuit racing stripes with orange pinstripe.
The Roadster was driven from Spring, Texas to LA for the 50th Anniversary Roadster Show. It was displayed throughout the show by Alan Budnik Wheels receiving a lot of attention due to acute precision and unique qualities, one of which was color.
The color of the 1932 Roadster was picked by many top professionals as one of the best looking color choices ever seen on a 1932.
As a professional street rod builder there were two things in mind when we built the 32'-- 1st: Build a dependable car that can be driven anywhere. 2nd: Prove its reliability by driving it 3600 miles from Texas to the LA Roadster Show. And I must say, "The Car proved to be no "trailer queen."
Driving at 70-80 MPH and averaging 22 MPG of gas we sailed through the rain, wind, heat, and cold...and let's not forget the pounding sands of the Mojave.
In conclusion: Our final goal was to offer the car to someone who would appreciate the craftsmanship and the quality of a "hand built" car.
This Roadster is a dependable piece of art - a jewel in the eye of any collector. And guaranteed---to turn the head of anyone in the automotive industry.
Changes to our 32 since it was last posted.
Mileage 8753 05/20/2019 got to drive them
New aluminum finned valve covers and breather added.
New atomic fuel injection added, new aeromotive in-tank pump added and new full return line.
Rear - Bilstein shocks have been replaced with new ridetech monotube coilovers with a longer stroke giving the car a better ride new springs we're also added
Front wheels - the 15"× 6" budnik wheels have been replaced with new
15" × 5"
Tires -new Michelin tires on all four corners.
Rear tires - 265 65 R17
Front tires 145 Sr 15
The interior is being restyled with a more modern pleated looking interior in a color that matches the body color. Stereo speakers have been moved from the interior and placed behind the seat with new mounts still sounds great at 75 miles per hour.Pictures will be posted as soon as the interior is complete and reinstalled. LeBaron bonney carpet will remain.
If become interested in our 32 and would like to have input on the interior prior to the stitch work give me a call. Thanks for looking.