Specs

Engine b
Engine
283 V8
Transmission b
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Mileage b
Mileage
2,654
Exterior b
Exterior
Harvest Tan
Interior b
Interior
Oxblood
Stock b
Stock
109C

Highlights

  • New PeteJake Chrome Front Suspension
  • New Polished Edelbrock Intake
  • New Polished Water Pump
  • New Alternator
  • New Holley Sniper EFI
  • New Hoosier Tires
  • New Curtis Speed Equipped Wheels
  • Rebuilt 283 Small Block
  • American Stamping Frame
  • GM Detroit Locker

Description

This 1932 Ford Bebop Highboy Roadster has the right blend of vintage style and modern upgrades that instantly signal a top-quality build done with a mindful eye.

This is a careful custom build of an icon. You can see that the fiberglass body is a quality example that shows of the sleek curves that comes from enlisting a classic Ford for hot rod duty. The Harvest Tan paint does a gre...

This 1932 Ford Bebop Highboy Roadster has the right blend of vintage style and modern upgrades that instantly signal a top-quality build done with a mindful eye.

This is a careful custom build of an icon. You can see that the fiberglass body is a quality example that shows of the sleek curves that comes from enlisting a classic Ford for hot rod duty. The Harvest Tan paint does a great job of having a nice tone. It has all the right hot rod touches, like deleted fenders and engine side covers. That was done for weight savings back in the day, but now it's just so people can get a better look at the V8 and shining Curtis speed equipment alloy wheels. In fact, speaking of those wheels, it's great how the shine also draws attention to the aggressive 17/15-inch front/rear stance. And the Chrome Pete-Jake front suspension pieces show off more of this car's shine and performance attitude. It shows you this one is all about quality, speed, and style.

The interior has a classic tuck and roll style pattern. And it also has comfortable contouring and is finished in a supple leather. Custom door panels, nice carpeting, and a clean dash complete this well-done look. The leather and chrome steering wheel is on a tilt column, you have a nice Lokar shifter, and white face crisp Dolphin gauges with a large speedo and tach.

The 283 cubic inch V8 is dressed for show with plenty of shine on polished pieces like the ribbed valve covers, matching air grabber, and much more. Plus, it has been enhanced with Holley EFI Sniper four-barrel carburetor, performer intake, and Ceramic headers that feed the dual exhaust. It is equipped with electronic HEI distributor and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. You also have a better view of the hot rod-style four-link front end. And in the rear, this loves to show off the distinct upgrade of a Ford 8.8in Rear end. And as fresh as this one look, it was also built for driving. That's why you have great features many others don't have, like a strong modern frame, and four-wheel disc brakes.

Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta
770-738-7111
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta, GA 30067
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