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1930-1932 cars ford

Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: Roadster
Trim: Roadster
Year: 1932
Mileage: 20,368
VIN: 0000000000T204104
Color: Burgundy
Engine: 350 cu in
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 3 spd. Auto
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Fremont, Nebraska, United States

1932 Ford Other Roadster Additional Info:

Nicknamed the "Four Deuces", this street rod is a true old school classic 1950's build that was once featured at the Gilmore Car Museum as part of their "Old School Hot Rod" gallery. I have the original loan agreement and the Gilmore magazine featuring "Four Deuces" along with a description and info on Bonneville Salt Flats runs in 1949 and 1951 tagged #441. It was clocked at 115.6 MPH. I also have the March 2016 "Street Rodder" magazine in which it was featured. It was built in Texas in the 1950's, was moved into storage in Utah a decade later as part of a collection; it then moved to California in the 1990's, eventually making its way to Michigan and then Nebraska.
The car features a '32 grill shell and other parts and was titled as a 1932 in California, Michigan and Nebraska, but its sheet metal is from a 1931 Model A. Its nickname, "Four Deuces", comes from the prominently featured four Rochester carburetors. It is powered by a 350ci V8 engine paired with a 350 automatic transmission. It also features a boxed frame (Z'd and extended), chromed front with drilled axle, Offy intake, Vintage Guide headlights, Currie Ford 9" rear and posi with Morrison coil over and Coker "Silvertown" whitewall tires. The car is a lot of fun to drive and runs great! It has a great history to go along with being an awesome street rod to drive and show off.
Along with an "ah-oo-gah" horn, the car has new modern wiring and fuse panel, LED tail lights, transmission serviced and 2000 stall converter, exhaust dumps, Accel ignition, new Dyna-Mat heat shield, carpet pad and carpeting installed. New weather cover for interior. I have a lot of documentation dating back to previous owners and more than 20 years. The body is all Henry Ford steel. The old paint job has wear and tear (and I really like it like that) but could easily be painted.
Clear title.
I do not need help selling. Also for sale locally and I reserve the right to end the sale. Questions call 402-727-9906. SERIOUS INQUIRYS ONLY! Thanks