1932 Ford Roadster, Henry Ford steel with Brookfield steel rear fenders and Drake running boards. Other Drake parts used such as head lites and cowl lites, S/S grill insert, luggage rack, misc small items. 1956 Pontiac Bolero red paint. 1956 Chevy 265 c.i. with 1961 Corvette , intake, dual fours, air cleaners, valve covers and mechanical advance distributor. Carbs are WCFB “with tags”. 1939 Ford 3 speed with zephyr gears. 1940 Ford rear axle, 3.78 gears. 1953 Buick Skylark wire wheels, original 61/2” re-chromed, aligned, 1932 Henry Ford heavy front axle, dropped, filled and chromed. 1940 Ford brakes, new drake hub’s. 2’ custom HPC exhaust with Hush Power stainless steel mufflers, all polished. Optima battery. Enos wiring panel, 12V system. Hotronics turn signals. Beautiful custom dash with 1950 Ford gauges. Billet aluminum Banjos steering wheel with matching leather half wrap. New 4 row aluminum radiator. Stainless steel bolts used thru-out. New LeBarron Bonney top with stainless steel top irons and oak bows. Convertible top installed by Justin at JS Custom Interiors (Bitchin Rides) and adjusted to eliminate any pulling from the snaps. This ’32 is an outstanding example of a well-crafted street rod. The workmanship and attention to detail are excellent. The entire suspension is either painted or chrome plated. Every modification has been made with functionality and safety in mind. The body work and paint are outstanding. The quality of the interior parallels the rest of the vehicle. The bottom of the car is as nice as the top. I’ve been the same owner since 1960. The car has been redone twice over the years. I drove and showed this car for many years, then stored it to build my home. The car was redone in 2011-2014. I am getting older now and it’s time to sell so somebody else can enjoy it for many years to come. The work and parts used are all top of the line. I have been very dedicated to do this car right and be proud of my work. The car has won many shows and trophies. I know someone will enjoy the car as much as my family has. *NOTE* The car was featured in HOT Rod magazine in September of 1958, a two page layout on pages 60-61. I bought the car as it appears on the magazine. I stand by my description and statements made about the car, but the car is sold AS IS, no warranty. Interested buyers can contact Wink or Sherry at 801-876-2007 or 801-688-3715. Phone calls only, no texts. We will be happy to answer all questions, or make an appointment to show you the car. $72,500, reasonable offers will be considered.