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1932 Brookville Roadster trade

Discussion in 'Cars For Sale' started by Jamoke, Aug 8, 2019.

  1. Jamoke
    Joined: Sep 1, 2011
    Posts: 549

    Jamoke
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    City: BARTLETT

    State: Illinois
    Price: $39,900
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    For sale or trade
    Im 66 years old been building hot rods and drag cars for over 40 years . I can say this is the best Street Rod I have ever owned The very best parts were used to build this Hot Rod no Junk Here I will try to list as much as I know about this car good or bad where I come from a mans word is gold and hand shake is a deal . This car is a true driver no trailer queen it does have some road rash body and paint is a 9 out of 10 no rust no bondo looks great turns heads where ever I go , stop for gas and you have conversation after conversation you can Fly in and drive it home .You can hop in this car and drive it any where it comes with a beautiful brown folding Top from Labaron Bonney to keep the sun out and wind down for long distance or take the top off and let it blow in the wind . You can change the look of the car in min. Take the hood off, take the top off keep the top on do what ever you like to change you feel for the day Here is a list of parts that were used to build this car, only High Quality parts were used
    Steel Brookville Body with Beautiful Butternut Color Paint
    Chrome Nostalgia Steering Column with turn signals
    Center Steer rack and Pinion Steering
    Juiliano's Banjo Wheel
    Juiliano's Shortened Floor Shifter
    All working Vintage Gauges
    1932 Ford Stainless Steel Commercial Head Lights
    1932 Ford Gas Tank with working sender
    1950 Glass Tail Lights
    Stainless Steel Spreader Bars Front and Rear
    Two Tone Professional Interior with carpet
    Pete and Jake's 1932 Ford Chassis with Chrome Suspension
    Tubeular K- Member
    All Polyurethane Bushings
    Dropped I beam axle
    Possie springs
    Front SSBC Performance Disc Brakes
    Walker Z Series Radiator
    Be Cool 3420 Electric Fan
    Unisteer Rack and Pinion Steering
    Jon Barret SBC Engine Pump Gas
    Turbo 350 Transmission
    Tubular K Member
    Currie 9" Ford Rear End 3.00 gears
    American Racing wheels
    285/70/15 Coker Radials
    155r/15 Firestone Fronts
    Secret Audio Stereo System with 10 cd pack
    Power Amp
    AM/FM Sirius Radio
    Lakes Headers
    Stainless Steel Exhaust and mufflers over axle and out the back
    Just got back from the 50th NSRA Street Rod Nationls .This car handles and rides great and is very quick. Highway Driven regularly Steering is manual and rolls back on turns like it should . Brakes are Manual and stops on a dime . Jon Barret SBC runs great never gets hot in any weather runs at 180 all day engine has a Comp Cam Upgrade with Roller Rockers and 650 Summit Holly Carb . 350 Turo Transmission has a nice firm shift and runs out like it should. Tires and wheels are 200 miles new . Leather Door Check Straps, Remote Hidden Stero that you can hear in a open car down the highway at 70 mph.
     
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2019 at 5:44 AM
  2. Jamoke
    Joined: Sep 1, 2011
    Posts: 549

    Jamoke
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    Be Bop to the Top
     
  3. Jamoke
    Joined: Sep 1, 2011
    Posts: 549

    Jamoke
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    Be Bop to the Top
    Come on guys you're not building a finished Steel Deuce for 39K
     
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2019 at 12:32 PM
  4. Jamoke
    Joined: Sep 1, 2011
    Posts: 549

    Jamoke
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