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1932 Ford Victoria in glass, 350, 700R4, 3x2, Vintage Air, Tilt, disc brks, NEW

Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: Fiberglass
Year: 1932
Mileage: 3
Color: Flat black
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 700R4
Drive type: Rear wheel drive
Interior color: Mint green and black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Kissimmee, Florida, United States

1932 Ford Other Additional Info:

This listing is for my custom built 1932 Ford Victoria(Vicky) replica. You can tell it's a rust free fiberglass car since it's not over $50,000. I'll list most of the goodies below, but since I've run out of money I'm forced to sell at my loss. This car needs only minor tweaks and interior completion of headliner and door panels. Runs and drives, as shown in the YouTube videos I have posted. I will try and link them here if able.Everything on this car is new or completely rebuilt;350 Chevrolet small block, bored, new pistons, rings, mild streetable cam, lifters, timing components, oil pump, etc.Aluminum heads. Crane Roller rockers, 1.6 ratio. Has high zinc 10w40 oil, oil change done after break in also.Aluminum water pump(short)Serpentine belt system3x2bbl carb and intake setup, offenhouser and 3, 2G carbs with chrome air cleanersVintage Air AC systemPainless wiring installedChrome tilt column and billet wheel with horn cap(not shown)Torque thrust wheels refinishedNew tires, road worthy, not outdated old DOT date numbers, ready to goLucky 7 dropped front end, 41 Ford spindles and disc brake kit, Mopar rotors(4.5" bolt circle), GM calipers8" Ford rear with 3.00 gear set, all new drum brakes, wheel cylinders, hardwareBraided brake hosesWilwood master cylinder32 Ford commercial headlight assemblies33-36 Ford tail lights on 32 standsLokar shifterStewart Warner classic gauge set, with billet dash insert in custom painted fiberglass dashBucket seats in mint green cloth with matching rear seat (and misc door panel and headliner sections from a different car to use for parts in custom interior when completed)Aluminum radiator with electric fanBillet serpentine belt pulleysFord hood emblemStainless frame spreader bars front and rearVintage Ford bumpers with good patina and Chrome bumper bracketsAlan coil overs in backClarke Hot Rods 32 frame, boxed with 34 crossmember built in a gig for square and true frameAGM battery, XS PowerHigh torque min starterBillet rear view mirror4" outside mirrorsPower windows all wired and working.Garnish moldings included, not completed, done with interior3rd brake lightSound deadening material installled thru outBillet brake pedal padBillet and chrome gas pedal, fully adjustableManual chokeLED turn signals inside headlamps for cleanliness, with correct flasherCarpet installed, needs only door sills and tunnel hump cover completed
$25,000 invested in parts and materials. 600 hours labor. At our shop rate the labor time has a value of $60,000, but that's on me. I'm not even looking to get my entire parts investment back.My sons hospital bill needs to be paid, so my dream car 3 year project will become someone else's dream car.
As with any major purchase, I strongly recommend coming to see the car in person before bidding. Even though the buy it now price would have you take over the build ahead of where I'm at now, it's still the best way to make the purchase and avoid buyers remorse. There are no refunds since the sale will go almost immediately towards bills.The car includes all receipts, a bill of sale and any photos of the build process I have, there are a lot! It has NOT been titled yet.
My loss, your gain....not a salesman talking. A 35 year master technician and father.
Thanks,JimKissimmee, Fl.