1932 Ford School Bus Will Get To Class On Time

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Riding the bus to school is probably not the best of memories for any of us. It would have been a much better, and faster trip if our school bus looked like this 1932 Ford School Bus. One glance at this 1932 Ford School Bus and you can see it’s very far from stock. The wild custom paint features black, orange, and a flame motif with a mural on the giant rear door celebrating the Ford V8.

Inside the 1932 Ford School Bus has a bunch of custom seats. The two back seats are bench units with three buckets all in almond and hot sauce ultra-leather featuring embroidered Ford 75th anniversary logos. The custom 1932 Ford School Bus has plenty of chrome and billet that has been etched in some cases with flames.

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All seven windows of the bus are power with the array of switches near the driver being for controlling the windows. The bus also has a remotely controlled, working cowl vent. Stopping the big bus are 14-inch Wilwood brakes all around. The bus rolls on 20 x 16 rear wheels and 18 x 4.5 front wheels fitted with 33×22 R20LT Mickey Thompson rear tires and 26 x 6 R18LT tires in front.

On the power front the bus has a 30 over 454 big block with an 871 Blower show blower and a pair of 750cfm Edelbrock carbs, 4-bolt main block, comp roller cam and rockers, steel crank, Speed Pro pistons, and a March Serpentine system. The suspension features Air Lift Air Ride with extra compressors and digital controls. The crazy 1932 Ford School Bus has been displayed at SEMA and other major shows and is for sale with an asking price of $200,000. This bus might be the perfect hot rod for a big family who wants to cruise together. If you want something of the same vintage that is smaller, check out this 1932 Ford pickup.

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Source: Hemmings

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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