This 1932 Ford Tudor hot rod is a complete build with a performance V8, slick paint, awesome upgrades, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a leather-lined A/C interior. So you know it’s the show-stopping package that you can enjoy driving near or far.
The body is everything you want on a hot rod. This is the iconic shape of the Model A but it’s a professional build with inches chopped out of the roofline of this steel body to give you a street machine look. The black paint has been laid down with a professional hand, and so its clearcoat shine does a terrific job highlighting all the curves in the body. This goes perfectly with the sleek feature, like the fiberglass fenders, shaved door handles, integrated third brake lights, and expertly fitted panels. And nicely contrasting the black are the brightwork elements, like the waterfall grille, Adjure headlights, tubular bumpers, and Billet Specialties wheels. And speaking of those alloys, they have been staggered 17/20 inches front/rear to give an even more intimidating look to this coupe’s forward-leaning stance.
Pop the remote door openers to reveal a very modern and custom interior in this classic Model A. The white leather interior is a bold contrast to the back exterior, and the black dash proves it. The front seats are modern buckets with terrific bolstering for all-day comfort. And everyone stays comfortable with features like AM/FM/CD stereo, power windows, and R-134A air conditioning. This one is built with the driver in mind, that’s why you get a Billet Specialties steering wheel on a polished tilt column, Lokar shifter, and a dash dominated by Classic Instruments gauges – including a large speedo and tach.
The engine bay will have you grabbing your sunglasses before you open the cool side tilt hood to fully reveal this motor. You can tell there was a small fortune spent on the polished components alone just to give you a show-worthy shine. And beneath the full chrome kit lies some serious substance. It’s the Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8 upgraded with performance features such as a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD distributor, and shorty headers.
The engine is about nice power and a sweet sound from the exhaust, but there is much more to the build. The tidy undercarriage with polished components shows you can even put a mirror under this one. And the 700R4 four-speed overdrive transmission means overdrive for easy highway trips.
Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States
See listing: 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan, Classic Vintage Collector Steel Custom (from April 20, 2020)