Recently Sold! This is an absolutely beautifully built “STEEL” 1932 Ford roadster which obviously no expense was sparred to create this magnificent piece of automotive nostalgic art, it is licensed and titled as a 1932 Ford. The all steel Brookville Roadster body and the custom Roadster Shop chassis are painted the same flawless coating of DuPont Chroma single stage black paint. To get the perfect old Hot Rod stance it comes with a 3” dropped chrome tubular front axle with Wilwood disc brakes, American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with just the right combination big and littles. The Roadster Shop built a beautiful chassis with lots of chrome and bling, the rear end is a Ford 9” with all of the good stuff; including an Auburn posi with 3.90 gears, 31 spline billet axles and 11” Lincoln drum brakes. The 385hp/385torq 350cubic inch “Fast Burn” small block Chevy engine was built to have more than enough power while being dependable with just the right rumble thanks to the polished Sanderson headers and Flowmaster mufflers while able to run on 92 octane gasoline. To get the full experience of enjoying such a fantastic Hot Rod you would definitely want to be shifting gears while comfortably driving in the custom red interior, it has a Hurst shifter controlling an M-21 four speed transmission.