Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No. 00222:

1932 Ford Highboy Roadster

1932 Ford Highboy Roadster

This very cool 1932 Highboy Roadster has an interesting provenance as it was built in Canada in the early 1990's, ownership changed to the late 90's and was totaled. The car changed hands twice over the next ten years and was completely rebuilt starting in 2008 and completed in 2009 with only 5,000 miles since the rebuild. The current owner has maintained and enjoyed this classic street rod for the last 4 years.


The high quality fiberglass body was built in Australia, has very
straight panels, no unsightly seams with uniform gaps throughout. The hood
has nicely louvered side panels. Smooth PPG DP Flat Black finish is
complemented with tan pin striping. The frame is Black powder coated with
all surfaces fresh and without chips or other blemishes. Black anodizing
was used throughout. The stylish and functional Rod Tops folding top is

Features a Black anodized dash with a full set of Stewart Warner
Track Force gauges, leather-wrapped billet Banjo steering wheel, tilt
steering column and Lokar shifter. The seats and door panels are
upholstered in supple Tan Leather.

Engine and Driveline
BBS Blown Chevy 427 w/450 h.p. at the wheels,
aluminum heads, two Holley 4 barrel carbs, MSD ignition system, both
mechanical and electric cooling fans, aluminum oil pan, backed by a built
TH-400 automatic transmission. TCI powder coated Frame, chromed Pete and
Jakes front suspension,
TCI Parallel 4-Link rear suspension with coilover shocks, 9" Ford rear end
with 3.55:1 gears; cruises at an easy 3100 RPM at 70 MPH. 4-wheel disc

Wheels and Tires
195/60 Front and 285/70 Rear; all on vintage 15" American
Racing Torque Thrust Wheels.

This is truly a "NO ISSUES" show quality driver street rod that needs nothing but to be driven, shown and enjoyed!


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