This build could go either way at this point. It could be restored back to an original 1932 Ford Roadster, or built as a traditional hot rod for a T.R.O.G. event. Either way, its up to you. Here are some of the details on the car. It started out as an amatuer restoration. *Original 1932 Ford frame * Really early production number frame clearly stamped in 3 spots *18-7xx* * Clear Matching title * Original front and rear crossmembers still riveted in *Original K-Member still riveted in, but legs have been bolted. Driver side notched for battery * Original Heavy 32 axel~ nice and straight~ and not dropped *Original front wishbone not bent *Original 1932 banjo rear with torque tube *All original mechanical brakes that work good * Original lever action shocks on all four corners *Car sits on 18″ wire spokes with Firestone 5.50×18’s with a spare tire on the back *Original re-cored 1932 radiator *1936 Ford flathead, all original, with rebuilt 97 carb and 38 ford distributor *3 speed trans *Original 1932 ford steering box, with working drop and key switch, and wheel *Original 1932 gauges mounted in the original cluster with 90mph speedo. *Near perfect Original firewall with small repair needed to front mounting hole on feet *Original grill shell with original insert and original bullnose with emblem *Original 20 louver hood *Original 32 gas tank~ Clean * Original bumpers, irons, rear tire mount, taillights, ect. * Body is a Brookville Roadster, Ordered with all the original features. Exposed hinges, Original style dash, wooden surround, cowl vent, recessed floor pan, fitted lower windshield stanchions, seat wood, original floor board.
Doylestown, Ohio, United States