- $42,995 Get Financing
- Seller: StreetsideDallas
- Phone: 855-877-2707
We're going to give you a simple choice, spend years dreaming and scheming for your perfect 1932 Ford Highboy, or you can realize that this 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster is a low-mileage build that's right in front of you and ready to go. With dual-quad V8 power, the right stance, distinct details, and only about 3,600 miles on the whole build, your dream is a turn-key affair.
<br><br> The '32 Ford arguably looks best in black. It reminds you of the classic hot rod days when these were the best ways to build your dream street machine. And the vintage feeling is exactly what this one wants to give. The black wheels, dog dish hubcaps, and classic tires give this the stance of the first hot rods. And the raked two-piece windshield looks like what was showing up at the Bonneville Salt Flats right after WWII. More than just vintage style, this one shows its quality in the details. The waterfall grille has the bright look of flair; the larger headlights with integrated turn signals give this a clean front end; and the fiberglass body has the sleek look of a proper fit. There's even a removable soft top in a handsome black.
<br><br> The interior continues the look of vintage speed. That's why you have cool details like the classic Ford V8 dual-spoke steering wheels as well as tuck and roll style upholstery. But rather than a bench seat, you have two vintage-style wraparound buckets and proper lap belts. The dash not only has proper MoonEyes gauges, but also they are set in a machine-turned metal panel. The tach is even prominently mounted on the steering column. But little details like the rugged floor mats, sports side mirrors, and B&M floor shifter also remind you that this is a fresh build with the right additions for real usefulness.
<br><br> The engine bay is on display for everyone to see, and so it's just as clean and detailed as the rest of the build. You're looking at a tidy 350 cubic-inch crate V8 with a black block that nicely coordinates with the car. Sitting on top is a Weiand intake and a dual set of Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors. And this exhales with a powerful rumble as shorty headers feed the dual exhaust. You'll also spot good supporting components throughout the engine bay, like an MSD ignition, upgraded pulleys, and a large electric fan. This is a strong-runner, and so it's also built to be a solid cruiser. That's why you have desirable features like a reinforced frame, a four-link rear with adjustable coilovers, a three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes.
<br><br> This one has the stance, features, and quality you want in a classic Highboy. So don't let this total package slip away, call today!