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This screamin yellow 1932 Ford Roadster car presents quintessential hotrod features that cannot be missed. A Wescott fiberglass 1932 Ford roadster body was chosen to start. This was then laid on top of an Art Morrison frame, the name in hotrod frames, which was powder coated to match the paint. The brakes are a disc front/drum rear setup, and are sitting behind a set of dog-dish hubs for the classic hot rod look. Drop spindles on the front and adjustable coil overs on the rear allow the roadster to sit low, despite being a high-boy. Motivating the roadster is a 327 CID Chevy V-8 with “fuelie” heads, and a Holley carburetor, paired up with a TH350 transmission, and 9-inch rear end. The electrical ignition is controlled by a Painless Wiring system. The inside, though Spartan, is a great place to enjoy a spirited cruise. The brown vinyl bench is a fine place to spend an afternoon, and the column shifter saves the valuable floor space in the cabin. The three classic gauges keep the dash simple but functional. This roadster was built for the sole purpose of enjoying a drive.
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