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1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Sale price: $109,900.00 make an offer

Car location: Macedonia, Ohio, United States
Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Manufacturer: Ford
Model: 3-Window Coupe
Year: 1932
Type: Coupe
Color: Black
Mileage: 27
Engine: 5.3 liter V8 supercharged
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Interior Color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe 27 Miles Black Coupe 5.3 liter V8 supercharged Automat

Stock #:

117077

Exterior Color:

Black

Interior Color:

Black leather

Body Type:

Coupe

Transmission:

Automatic

Drivetrain:

Rear wheel drive

Fuel Type:

Gasoline

Engine:

5.3 liter V8 supercharged

Mileage:

27

Title Condition:

Clear

Fresh professional build by Wild Wes Coachwerks. Twin-supercharged LS V8, 4L60E, cold A/C, fully independent suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes. Gorgeous leather interior. Test and tune miles only. Spectacular!

The pros at Wild Wes Paintworks performed a long list of modifications to the Downs Fiberglass body, including radiusing all the corners, changing the angle of the firewall and smoothing it, and channeling it down over the frame a bit. It's all subtle, but that kind of attention to detail separates the garden-variety rods from the amazing ones. You don't know what's different, just that it looks better. On top, Wes Adkins added one of his trademark paint jobs, a slick black/red/silver combination that will always look and never go out of style. Custom graphics were laid out so the stripes wrap around the car, even on the firewall, and extend to the hand-built coil covers on the LS-based V8. Flush-mounted taillights, trick headlights with LED halo lights, and a power-actuated trunk lid add to the super-smooth look. Up close you'll note that every single bolt on the car is polished stainless without any markings—how many hours did that take?—and the gaps are even enough for NASA to calibrate their instruments. That's what you get from a pro-built rod.

Inside, Jeff Elwood's signature work shows extremely well, using black and red leather to tie into the exterior look. The bench seat has been re-shaped to look more like twin buckets and help hold you in place for the rather substantial cornering forces this rod can generate. A polished tilt column carries a custom steering wheel with a “Torq'd” horn button and a hand-built filler panel houses the A/C vents and controls, plus the power window switches. In the center of the dash, there's an array of Classic Instruments gauges that resemble vintage aircraft gauges and the JL Audio Bluetooth control head is in the center where it's easy to reach. Drilled pedals were polished to really sparkle and that shifter is a one-off piece built by Wild Wes himself, so you can slap the transmission through the gears without worries. The headliner is exquisitely stitched to continue the theme, as is the trunk, which also carries a polished stainless fuel cell and battery.

You undoubtedly noticed the trick shotgun scoop with integral blow-off valve being force-fed by a pair of Torqstorm centrifugal blowers via those gorgeous stainless pipes—all custom-built just for this car. Even the heavy-duty blower mounts were carved out of a single chunk of aluminum then mirror-polished. Those twin blowers feed pair of custom-built AEI 650 CFM blow-through blower carbs and a Holley Sniper sheet metal tunnel ram intake. It all feeds a 5.3 liter LS V8 outfitted with a set of Trick Flow aluminum heads, roller rockers, and a custom-grind roller camshaft. An MSD 6LS distributorless ignition system hides under the hand-made covers that were clearance for the blowers' air cleaners and installed using hidden fasteners so they look like they're just floating on top of the engine. Up front there's a giant Griffin aluminum radiator with electric fan so this stout V8 keeps its cool, and ceramic-coated headers handle the exhaust.

It sits on a custom-built Roadster Shop chassis that includes '32 frame rails and extensive reinforcements. The front suspension is fully independent with upper and lower A-arms and coil-over shocks, plus a rack-and-pinion steering setup that's so easy that power steering was completely unnecessary. Rear suspension is from Heidt's, a fully polished independent system that is reminiscent of a Jaguar rear with inboard disc brakes and a second set of coil-over shocks. A Cyclone Transmission F-5 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission manages the torque and sends it back to a set of 3.73 gears that make this thing feel insanely quick on the street. Giant disc brakes haul it down from speed and again, as is Wild Wes' style, everything underneath the car has been finished as if it was going to be the only thing people see, including the fully polished 3-inch stainless Magnaflow exhaust system and custom-finished driveshaft. Great-looking Billet Specialties wheels carry 245/45/17 and 305/35/20 Mickey Thompson radials, respectively.

Just an over-the-top build by one of the leading builders of recent years. Fully sorted yet still ready to show at the highest levels, this is an ideal example of the current state-of-the-art in rod building. It's docile, it idles nicely, the A/C is cold, yet it pulls like a rocket sled when you lean on it. With just test and tune miles, this rod is available for about seventy cents on the dollar compared to starting from scratch. That's pretty impressive. Call today!

This car is titled as a 1932 Ford.

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle Description

Fresh professional build by Wild Wes Coachwerks. Twin-supercharged LS V8, 4L60E, cold A/C, fully independent suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes. Gorgeous leather interior. Test and tune miles only. Spectacular!

The pros at Wild Wes Paintworks performed a long list of modifications to the Downs Fiberglass body, including radiusing all the corners, changing the angle of the firewall and smoothing it, and channeling it down over the frame a bit. It's all subtle, but that kind of attention to detail separates the garden-variety rods from the amazing ones. You don't know what's different, just that it looks better. On top, Wes Adkins added one of his trademark paint jobs, a slick black/red/silver combination that will always look and never go out of style. Custom graphics were laid out so the stripes wrap around the car, even on the firewall, and extend to the hand-built coil covers on the LS-based V8. Flush-mounted taillights, trick headlights with LED halo lights, and a power-actuated trunk lid add to the super-smooth look. Up close you'll note that every single bolt on the car is polished stainless without any markings—how many hours did that take?—and the gaps are even enough for NASA to calibrate their instruments. That's what you get from a pro-built rod.

Inside, Jeff Elwood's signature work shows extremely well, using black and red leather to tie into the exterior look. The bench seat has been re-shaped to look more like twin buckets and help hold you in place for the rather substantial cornering forces this rod can generate. A polished tilt column carries a custom steering wheel with a “Torq'd” horn button and a hand-built filler panel houses the A/C vents and controls, plus the power window switches. In the center of the dash, there's an array of Classic Instruments gauges that resemble vintage aircraft gauges and the JL Audio Bluetooth control head is in the center where it's easy to reach. Drilled pedals were polished to really sparkle and that shifter is a one-off piece built by Wild Wes himself, so you can slap the transmission through the gears without worries. The headliner is exquisitely stitched to continue the theme, as is the trunk, which also carries a polished stainless fuel cell and battery.

You undoubtedly noticed the trick shotgun scoop with integral blow-off valve being force-fed by a pair of Torqstorm centrifugal blowers via those gorgeous stainless pipes—all custom-built just for this car. Even the heavy-duty blower mounts were carved out of a single chunk of aluminum then mirror-polished. Those twin blowers feed pair of custom-built AEI 650 CFM blow-through blower carbs and a Holley Sniper sheet metal tunnel ram intake. It all feeds a 5.3 liter LS V8 outfitted with a set of Trick Flow aluminum heads, roller rockers, and a custom-grind roller camshaft. An MSD 6LS distributorless ignition system hides under the hand-made covers that were clearance for the blowers' air cleaners and installed using hidden fasteners so they look like they're just floating on top of the engine. Up front there's a giant Griffin aluminum radiator with electric fan so this stout V8 keeps its cool, and ceramic-coated headers handle the exhaust.

It sits on a custom-built Roadster Shop chassis that includes '32 frame rails and extensive reinforcements. The front suspension is fully independent with upper and lower A-arms and coil-over shocks, plus a rack-and-pinion steering setup that's so easy that power steering was completely unnecessary. Rear suspension is from Heidt's, a fully polished independent system that is reminiscent of a Jaguar rear with inboard disc brakes and a second set of coil-over shocks. A Cyclone Transmission F-5 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission manages the torque and sends it back to a set of 3.73 gears that make this thing feel insanely quick on the street. Giant disc brakes haul it down from speed and again, as is Wild Wes' style, everything underneath the car has been finished as if it was going to be the only thing people see, including the fully polished 3-inch stainless Magnaflow exhaust system and custom-finished driveshaft. Great-looking Billet Specialties wheels carry 245/45/17 and 305/35/20 Mickey Thompson radials, respectively.

Just an over-the-top build by one of the leading builders of recent years. Fully sorted yet still ready to show at the highest levels, this is an ideal example of the current state-of-the-art in rod building. It's docile, it idles nicely, the A/C is cold, yet it pulls like a rocket sled when you lean on it. With just test and tune miles, this rod is available for about seventy cents on the dollar compared to starting from scratch. That's pretty impressive. Call today!

This car is titled as a 1932 Ford.

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle Warranty

WARRANTY

ALL VEHICLES ARE SOLD "AS-IS, WHERE-IS", and Harwood does not in any way, expressed or implied, give any warranties to Buyer. Harwood expressly disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. No statements in Harwood's advertising whether in print or online shall be deemed to create a representation of a warranty.

About Harwood Motors

ABOUT HARWOOD MOTORS

Harwood Motorsoffers enthusiasts an effortless way to buy and sell collector vehicles. Matt and Melanie have years of experience buying, selling, and collecting vintage automobiles. We are a family business with close ties to the hobby itself and we like to think of ourselves as matchmakers rather than a mere car dealership. There's a right car for you out there, and we can help you find it, even if you don't particularly know where to start. What Harwood Motors does isn't new, but the way we do it will make you a client for life, whether you're a buyer or a seller. Call us any time to talk cars, trucks, or even just about the hobby in general; you'll be surprised to find you already have a friend.

If you have a special car that you would like to market, Harwood Motors can put it in front of real buyers. We have an extensive network of clients who are always looking for their next special vehicle.  Please contact us for more information on any of our programs.

Feel free to contact us at any time using WeLoveGreatCars@HarwoodMotors.com or by phone at 440-565-5335.

ABOUT HARWOOD MOTORS

Harwood Motorsoffers enthusiasts an effortless way to buy and sell collector vehicles. Matt and Melanie have years of experience buying, selling, and collecting vintage automobiles. We are a family business with close ties to the hobby itself and we like to think of ourselves as matchmakers rather than a mere car dealership. There's a right car for you out there, and we can help you find it, even if you don't particularly know where to start. What Harwood Motors does isn't new, but the way we do it will make you a client for life, whether you're a buyer or a seller. Call us any time to talk cars, trucks, or even just about the hobby in general; you'll be surprised to find you already have a friend.

If you have a special car that you would like to market, Harwood Motors can put it in front of real buyers. We have an extensive network of clients who are always looking for their next special vehicle.  Please contact us for more information on any of our programs.

Feel free to contact us at any time using WeLoveGreatCars@HarwoodMotors.com or by phone at 440-565-5335.

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The Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping of the vehicle. If you wish to have it shipped we will gladly assist you in making arrangements and work with several large shipping companies to deliver cars all over the world. Please contact us for details.

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The buyer is responsible for all local state, county, and city tax fees, as well as title and registration fees and any other costs that may apply, and Harwood Motors charges a $150 document preparation fee on each transaction.

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