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1932 Ford Roadster Flat Head with rare Baron High Flow Heads and 4 Carb Intake

Make: Ford
Model: Roadster
Type: Roadster
Year: 1932
Mileage: 4,369
VIN: AZ300263
Color: Horizon Blue
Engine: Ford Flathead 296 C.I.
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black Leather
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

1932 Ford Roadster Additional Info:

This 32 Roadster took over two years to complete at a cost of over 100K. It is an all steel Brookville car with the Stage III chassis with many stainless steel components. The body was fitted at the factory and its components were installed by a professional team of builders in Tucson, Arizona.

This car is titled as a 1932 Ford Roadster


47 block started its life as a 239 but is now a 296

Baron 1/8” domed 24 bolt High Flow cylinder heads, Rare

Baron Tattersfield 4 Carb Setup, Rare

4-97 Strombergs with K&N filters and finned bases, original Baron Venturi Scoops come with sale

Progressive carb linkage

4 1/8” steel stroker crank

3 3/8” bored and centered in casting

Arias Billet pistons 1/8” in head

Cast billet rods

Isky street cam

Ported and relieved

Valve seats narrowed

Stainless steel intake valves

1 piece guide and seals

Ceramic coated headers

Thickson Oil Filler Tube

ARP fasteners throughout

Aeromotive fuel pump and two fuel filters, one pre fuel pump, one post fuel pump, each with shut off

Vertex Magneto by Don Zig

Flat belt drive with tensioner

High torque starter

Automatic C4 three speed transmission

Custom flex plate and torque converter

Transmission cooler

Walker radiator

Speedway water pumps

Optima Red Top Gel battery with shut off

Stainless steel dual pipes and mufflers

No oil filter, oil changed at intervals of 500 miles since build


Brookville Stage III Boxed frame

Vega steering box

Four bar stainless front end with 4 inch drop I beam axle

Bilstein front shocks

Stainless steel rear triangulated, rear coil overs

9” Ford

Wilwood Disc brakes up front, aluminum backing plates

Drums in the rear

Wheels are Coker with Firestone Bias Ply 600/16 in the front and Firestone Bias Ply 700/16 in the rear making the perfect stance

1934 Ford Headlights with integral turn signals

39 Ford Blue Dot taillights


Fully adjustable bench on slider with adjustable back

Centre arm rest, foldable

Interior is finished in Porsche black leather

German square weave high quality carpet throughout

Six gauge aluminum gauge panel with stainless steel insert

Full array of Classic Instruments Moal Bomber round face series, Oil, Fuel, Speedo, Tach,Volts, Clock, 2 Temp Gauges, one per cylinder head

GPS enabled Speedometer

Dakota Digital Fan Controller

Lokar shifter

Lokar emergency brake

Period correct 2'' vintage lever/latch buckle seat belts

Stock steering column with 1940 Ford steering wheel

Push button start

Power lift trunk

Built in trunk edge protector for loading luggage


Finished in Mercedes Horizon Blue (2006)

3” chopped windshield

Mileage to Date from Build Date

4,369 Miles

Everything works as it should

Cruises great on the highway or street

There is no top and no hood, it was built to be an open air cruiser

Four Ford logo hubcaps included

I will be moving and unfortunately cannot take everything with me so this beauty needs to be sold.

If you have any questions or require any further details or pictures please don’t hesitate to contact me.