Fans of old-school hot rods will appreciate this 1932 Ford Roaster that’s for sale with an asking price of $37,500. The car is beautiful, wearing a flat black paint job with a tan vinyl interior. The car is a real vehicle produced by Ford, not a kit. The 1929 Ford steel body rolls on a 1932 Ford Model B chassis.
The seller says the car has been modified with period correct speed parts, including Edelbrock cylinder heads, Fenton headers, Thicksten hi-rise intake, and upgraded 1940 Ford hydraulic brakes. The car has a bell-style steering wheel, Stuart Warner gauges, custom interior, and radio with a hidden speaker.
On the exterior is cool custom paint in a WWII bomber-inspired theme, and the vehicle has a custom multi-pane windshield. The whitewall tires are Commander and are 6.5/15-inch front and L78/15-inch in the rear. The car has a V-8 engine of some sort, but the exact type isn’t called out. The car has 1800 miles on the odometer, and presumably, that is since the restoration was completed.
The V-8 engine is backed up by a manual transmission, and the car is very cool. There is no indication of how much power the V-8 engine makes, but this is a car probably meant more for cruising than racing. We particularly like the brown leather hood straps that hold the hood down and the open sides so you can see the red engine covers under the hood. The car is available to purchase from a company called Vintage Motor Cars USA and the asking price is $37,500. This would make an excellent summer cruiser and is sure to win some car shows for the owner. Check out this 1932 Ford Roadster that features an original Ardun head V-8.