1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe Gasser
FEATURED IN CURRENT ISSUE OF HOT ROD DELUXE!
A true survivor. Raced in the late 50's and early 60's.
A true time capsule that had been stored in a North Georgia chicken coop since 1967. Featured in the Nov. 2011 issue of Hot Rod Deluxe the 32 was drag raced as an A/Gasser from 1957-1967.
Very complete un-chopped body. Roof and cowl vent have not been filled. There is just sheet metal screwed in place. Wood appears good and fairly complete and the floor sills are solid. Interior includes uncut dash and both door garnish moldings. It is missing molding for rear window. It could easily be put back on the street or the track.
Patch panels needed for lower quarters behind doors. Old repair from stress crack on belt line at rear of roof. Extensive lightening holes in running boards, inner door panels and even a few in the front fender braces. Integrity of the doors has not been hurt from lightening holes and they shut solid.
Front axle is a heavy 32 that has been drilled but not dropped. Rear end is a 9” Ford mounted w/ qtr. Elliptic springs. Frame has had lots of mods but plenty good enough to repair and use.
I have a complete original cowl vent assembly, new window glass and Brookeville floors, inner trunk panel and trunk gutter that I will sell for what I paid if buyer is interested. No title for this car but I will provide a bill of sale or I have an open North Carolina title for a 1932 Ford Coupe that can be purchased separately.
Open to Early Ford trades but I need a Minimum of $20,000 cash.