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The old adage is still true, and you can definitely buy this 1932 Ford Hi-Boy Roadster for less than the cost of building your own. And don't worry, it's got all the good stuff inside, ranging from a rumbling 350 V8 to a fully finished leather interior that's ready to cruise. The only thing that matters is whether you're tired of sitting on the sidelines or if you're ready to get in the game wi...
Original 32 roadster body only. No chassis no title. $8600 What you get for $8600 is Roadster body Brookville cowl top Brookville below deck panel Rough 32 dash but fixable Old 32 firewall Odd gas tank It s an original 32 body that s had a lot of changes over the past 89 years but would still be a great roadster to build. It was a channeled drag roadster at one time. Trunk opening has been narr...
Original 1932 Ford Roadster project with an original frame, vin number and Tx title that matches. Would sell body only $8,600 with brookville cowl top, below deck panel, rough 32 dash, old 32 firewall and odd ball gas tank. No chassis or title. Original 32 frame with k-member, stock 32 rear crossmember. Model A front crossmember. This was an old hot rod frame. The k-member is just bolted in. 32...
Ever since actor Norm Grabowsky departed from the armed services in the early '50s and began transforming Model T's into aggressive street machines, T-Bucket roadsters have been a perennial favorite among street rodders. Supercool specimens like this 1927 Ford T-Bucket roadster continue on that storied tradition featuring a bespoke paint combination, custom interior, and a spirited 327 small bl...
Ever since actor Norm Grabowsky departed from the armed services in the early '50s and began transforming Model T's into aggressive street machines, T-Bucket roadsters have been a perennial favorite among street rodders. Supercool specimens like this 1927 Ford T-Bucket roadster continue on that storied tradition " featuring a bespoke paint combination, custom interior, and a spirited 327 small ...
Putting a modern spin on traditional hotrods is en vogue at the moment and it seems that everything old is new again. Streetrods like this fiery yellow 1932 Ford Roadster definitely have the right look, and thanks to decades of development, you can have the vintage look without the vintage headaches, because this one runs practically like a new car. With plenty of pop under the hood via a built...
Putting a modern spin on traditional hotrods is en vogue at the moment and it seems that everything old is new again. Streetrods like this fiery yellow 1932 Ford Roadster definitely have the right look, and thanks to decades of development, you can have the vintage look without the vintage headaches, because this one runs practically like a new car. With plenty of pop under the hood via a built...
Putting a modern spin on traditional hotrods is en vogue at the moment and it seems that everything old is new again. Streetrods like this fiery yellow 1932 Ford Roadster definitely have the right look, and thanks to decades of development, you can have the vintage look without the vintage headaches, because this one runs practically like a new car. With plenty of pop under the hood via a built...
Putting a modern spin on traditional hotrods is en vogue at the moment and it seems that everything old is new again. Streetrods like this fiery yellow 1932 Ford Roadster definitely have the right look, and thanks to decades of development, you can have the vintage look without the vintage headaches, because this one runs practically like a new car. With plenty of pop under the hood via a built...
1936 Ford Custom Roadster There are a lot of different styles of 36 Fords on the road but something about this one really stands out. We have listed a few of these over the years and this one is just extremely unique. Park it next to other 36's and with its subtle customizations they don't even look like the same year/make of car. The car was originally restored a few years back but during the ...
The car is finished in tan over a two-tone white and red interior, and power is provided by a 390ci Cadillac V8 linked with a Turbo 350 three-speed automatic transmission and a Ford 8 rear axle. The steel body is finished in Buckskin tan and features a 1932 grille and grille shell along with Wagner headlamps, windscreen-mounted rear view mirrors, and custom chrome nerf bars. The truck bed house...
1932 Ford Custom Roadster You just stumbled across an extremely cool 1932 Ford Roadster that has a ton going for it. The car has been very well built in a 50's style but also incorporates modern comforts to make it an old school custom that you can comfortably cruise in anywhere. The body is from Gibbons who is regarded as one of the nicer glass bodies available. It has a 2 inch chopped front w...
1932 Ford Dearborn Deuce Perfect! What else can we say? This 1932 Ford Dearborn Deuce is one of those top of the line cars that makes just writing this ad a bit daunting. There is no doubt we will leave some features out because everywhere you look there is something new to discover. The car combines modern features with traditional styling to create a 1 of a kind Hot Rod that is unmatched by m...
1926 Ford Model T Touring Also known as the "Tin Lizzie", the Model T is widely referred to as an automobile that changed history. With the introduction of the assembly line, suddenly a vehicle was created that had a lower production cost thus transferring the savings on to the consumer. This meant that travel via automobile could be something your average American could afford to do. These car...
1932 Ford Custom Roadster You just stumbled across an extremely cool 1932 Ford Roadster that has a ton going for it. The car has been very well built in a 50's style but also incorporates modern comforts to make it an old school custom that you can comfortably cruise in anywhere. The body is from Gibbons who is regarded as one of the nicer glass bodies available. It has a 2 inch chopped front w...
One glance at this 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster and you can instantly tell it is a full custom build. In fact, as you dig into the details, you are going to find features that you may never thought of adding but are absolutely awesome on a hot rod (like the Harley-Davidson headlights.) It all makes for a V8 street machine that ensures people will remember it long after you leave the stoplight. Th...
One glance at this 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster and you can instantly tell it is a full custom build. In fact, as you dig into the details, you are going to find features that you may never thought of adding but are absolutely awesome on a hot rod (like the Harley-Davidson headlights.) It all makes for a V8 street machine that ensures people will remember it long after you leave the stoplight. Th...
1936 Ford Custom Roadster There are a lot of different styles of 36 Fords on the road but something about this one really stands out. We have listed a few of these over the years and this one is just extremely unique. Park it next to other 36's and with its subtle customizations they don't even look like the same year/make of car. The car was originally restored a few years back but during the ...
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The old adage is still true, and you can definitely buy this 1932 Ford Hi-Boy Roadster for less than the cost of building your own. And don't worry, it's got all the good stuff inside, ranging from a rumbling 350 V8 to a fully finished leather interior that's ready to cruise. The only thing that matters is whether you're tired of sitting on the sidelines or if you're ready to get in the game wi...
Ever since actor Norm Grabowsky departed from the armed services in the early '50s and began transforming Model T's into aggressive street machines, T-Bucket roadsters have been a perennial favorite among street rodders. Supercool specimens like this 1927 Ford T-Bucket roadster continue on that storied tradition - featuring a bespoke paint combination, custom interior, and a spirited 327 small ...
Ever since actor Norm Grabowsky departed from the armed services in the early '50s and began transforming Model T's into aggressive street machines, T-Bucket roadsters have been a perennial favorite among street rodders. Supercool specimens like this 1927 Ford T-Bucket roadster continue on that storied tradition featuring a bespoke paint combination, custom interior, and a spirited 327 small bl...
Carroll Shelby's AC Cobra is arguably the most revered sports car in the world, loved by millions of adoring fans. But with only 528 official Cobras ever built on the original English AC chassis, it's almost impossible to own a real one. The free market response to scarcity is usually duplication of the next-best-thing, and with that axiom in mind the Cobra replica industry was born. Many compa...
Ford T-buckets are all about wretched excess, and this recently completed 1923 roadster pulls no punches. With stout small block power, a competent suspension, and a cool bronze-on-black color combination, it's over-the-top in a very measured yet exciting way. This is the T-bucket to own if you're seeking the spotlight. Visibility is the T-bucket's claim to fame, and with that in mind this vint...
Ford T-buckets are all about wretched excess, and this recently completed 1923 roadster pulls no punches. With stout small block power, a competent suspension, and a cool bronze-on-black color combination, it's over-the-top in a very measured yet exciting way. This is the T-bucket to own if you're seeking the spotlight. Visibility is the T-bucket's claim to fame, and with that in mind this vint...
Ford T-buckets are all about wretched excess, and this recently completed 1923 roadster pulls no punches. With stout small block power, a competent suspension, and a cool bronze-on-black color combination, it's over-the-top in a very measured yet exciting way. This is the T-bucket to own if you're seeking the spotlight. Visibility is the T-bucket's claim to fame, and with that in mind this vint...
Pro Street fans, take note: this is how you build a vintage resto-mod that stands up to the test of time. There are so many hacked-up mid-year Corvettes out there with misguided attempts at modernization that this track-ready 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Pro Street roadster stands out simply by virtue of its insane curb appeal and attention to detail. Of course, the thundering 496 cubic inch big blo...
Pro Street fans, take note: this is how you build a vintage resto-mod that stands up to the test of time. There are so many hacked-up mid-year Corvettes out there with misguided attempts at modernization that this track-ready 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Pro Street roadster stands out simply by virtue of its insane curb appeal and attention to detail. Of course, the thundering 496 cubic inch big blo...
1939 Ford - Coast to Coast Custom There are a lot of custom cars out there but the quality ones are few and far between. This 1939 Ford Coast to Coast Custom is one of those that clearly sits above the rest. Checking it out in person will easily show you that this wasn't some garage built kit car. The fit and finish is of the highest level which is a big part of why it does so well at car shows...
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