- $30,995 Get Financing
- Niles Blue Green
- Dark Carmine Red
- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
This 1932 Ford Sedan Fordor Streetrod is a high-quality build made for pure vintage fun. And as you look at the full package, you're going to see a ton invested to create something that feels authentic that's also made to maximize enjoyment.
The build is a full Henry Ford steel sedan, and even the smooth green paint is said to be an original Ford color. Skinny Firestone tires, deleted bumpers, deleted fenders, and big dual exhaust tips give this plenty of attitude. And of course, four inches were expertly chopped out of the roofline so that everyone knows this is one is on its way to the track. A build like this takes planning and money (we're told the investment in this one was around $80k.) But the results are absolutely worth it. You can almost feel the birth of auto racing just by looking at the curves. It looks so ready for the dirt track that we're told on this was on display at the Hall of Fame at the Daytona Beach Speedway.
The deep red interior looks distinctive against the exterior green. It has a terrific fit and finish that's another reminder of the total investment in this build. And it has all the best classic details, like the pop-out windshield, dual-spoke steering wheel, tall shifter, and race gauges. A real dirt track race wouldn't have seats this plush, thick full carpeting, or be this clean and complete. But that's where this one really shines. It has just the right amount of comfort added so that driving it around town is fun and not a chore. So people will want to go for a raid and car show judges will spend some extra time here.
Under the hood is what makes this a true hot rod street machine. The motor is a 332 cubic-inch nailhead V8, and we're told this motor was fully rebuilt and bored .30 over. It also has a tall Edmunds intake that holds the dual set of Stromberg 97 carbs. Pieces like the 12-volt electrical system, alternator, and electric fan are all part of that package that keeps this a better driver. The same goes for the five-speed manual transmission. So while there's a proper old-school feel in everything from the growl of the V8 to the way the suspension rides, there's still a total impression of ready-to-run fun.
We don't have documentation to fully verify the investments in the build, where it was done, and where it has been displayed. However, you can already recognize the level of time, effort, and money it takes to create such a build of this caliber. This is a streetrod sedan where they sweated the details so that you have one of the most authentic feeling cars you'll ever get your hands on. It's the kind of time capsule that's fun to drive, and you just know people are going to crowd around because it's the only one like it at the car show. So if you already know how cool this Ford is, then you also know that you can't let a unique opportunity like this get away. Call today!!!