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Ad #12941 1932 Ford High-Boy – $95,000.00

Vehicle Specifics

Year:
1932
Mileage:
4,500
Transmission:
Automatic
Engine:
8 Cylinder
Make/Model:
Ford High-Boy
Doors:
N/A
Fuel Type:
N/A
Exterior Color:
BLACK
Drive Type:
N/A
Price:
$95,000.00

Vehicle Description

Featured build on "Rides" By Hollywood Hot Rods.
Hot Rod Fabrication and Assembly by Hollywood Hot Rods, Burbank, Ca.
Custom Leather Interior by Elegance Auto Interior, Upland, Ca.
Custom Paint & Body work by Santini, Westminster, Ca.
Engine Assembled by Bob Lamback, Northridge, Ca.
• So-Cal Step Boxed ‘32 frame.
• Chassis modifications by Hollywood Hot Rods.
• So-Cal drilled I-beam axle.
• Transverse leafspring suspension.
• Buick drum style disc brake covers.
• Custom one piece 7071 aluminum “real” knock-off hubs.
• PS Engineering cast 16X5.5 Pin Drive front kidney bean wheels.
• PS Engineering cast 16x7.0 Pin Drive rear kidney bean wheels.
• Firestone 500-16 ribbed dirt track front tires.
• Firestone 890-16 grooved dirt track rear tires.
Pontiac 400 block (.060 over), Eagle 400-4.250 cast steel crank,
SCAT H-Beam forged Rods, Bore/Stroke 4.181/4.250.
• 460 hp @ 5,500 rpm / 540 ft-lb torque @ 5,500 rpm.
• ‘66 aluminum tri-power intake manifold.
• Edelbrock heads.
• Troy Ladd Custom “Lakes” headers and polished stainless exhaust.
• Art Carr 200r4 transmission.
• Inland Empire Driveline polished aluminum driveshaft.
• Ford 9-inch rear end with Strange aluminum center section, 3.50:1 gearset.
• Brookville steel body.
• Brookville radiator shell with Dan Fink grill insert.
• Duval style windshield.
• Rear filler panels by Hollywood Hot Rods.
• Valspar basecoat / clearcoat paint by Santini Auto Werkes.
• 1940 Ford dash, Julianos ‘40 Ford column w/shift and steering wheel.
• Original ’40 Ford gauges redone by Redline Gauge Works.
• Custom seat by Mark Lopez.
• German Chatham leather interior, “Natural” with “Chestnut” by Mark Lopez.
• “Oatmeal” German square weave wool carpeting.
• Wiring by Hollywood Hot Rods.