1932 Ford Pre-war Roadster

This is a very special hot rod that replicates some of the earliest examples of hot rods built in the late 30’s/early 40’s by the real pioneers of American speed. It’s motivated by a hopped up 1937 Ford flathead engine, 1935 Hexagon Tools intake manifold made for 1935 Indy cars, two Stromberg carburetors, 1939 Ford 3-speed transmission, and a 1939 Ford rear-end. The wheel covers are extremely rare accessory wheel covers made in the 1930’s by Stewart Warner. The list goes on and on. If you have the chance to see this car in person, you will get it immediately. This car truly represents how it was done “back-in-the-day”.