Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No.
1932 Ford Tudor and Matching Trailer
This car has found a new home!
However, we'd be happy to locate another one just for you.
Steel body with Westcott front fiberglass fenders (hand laminated, built in reinforced molds to keep dimensional accuracy and fit correctly; made to fit like an original and retain the original look). The super straight and totally rust-free body of this Deuce was stripped to bare metal and refinished in mile deep DuPont black base/ clear coat. Body features include reinforced running boards from the V8 Shoppe, filled grille shell and cowl vent, absence of cowl lights, louvered hood (top and sides), custom Juliano's soft top roof insert, stainless steel grille insert, original style stainless head lights with halogen bulbs, polished aluminum third brake light with turn signal lights, and triple plated chrome front and rear bumpers. All glass was replaced with tinted safety glass.
Nicely placed over the suspension, the lengthy lines of the body tell of the spacious surroundings inside. Appointments include Teas design front bucket seats and rear bench seat richly upholstered in Gray tweed cloth with matching head liner, door, rear quarter, kick panels, and custom wool carpeting. An Ididit polished aluminum tilt steering column and drop is topped with a Wheel Shop banjo steering wheel. That cool dash consists of a Custom lower dash panel, Stewart Warner insert with vintage style winged gauges and Vintage Air AC, heating and defrost with a polished aluminum control panel. Ron Francis wiring. Cruisin' tunes come from a Panasonic overhead console unit controlling a 6 pack CD, satellite radio and 4 Panasonic speakers.
Engine and Driveline
Power comes from a tried and true GM Chevy 350 small block bored to 355 CID. Weiand polished aluminum intake manifold topped by a Holley 650 CFM carburetor. Four bolt mains, Comp Cams iron cylinder heads, roller tip rockers, steel crank, TRW pistons, balanced rods, HEI ignition components, Taylor plug wires, stainless Super Trap mufflers, GM Turbo 400 transmission with shift kit and polished cast aluminum pan. Lokar shifter. Block hugger ceramic coated headers, Walker 4-core Radiator with 16" Spal electric fan, and Power Master high-output chrome alternator. Lots of polished aluminum billet and chrome here - valve covers, chrome air cleaner, aluminum pulleys, aluminum A/C compressor and AC dryer, and polished aluminum oil pan. Front suspension features a dropped axle, Dodge Omni rack & pinion, GM Disc Brakes, Borgeson steering U-joints, four bar setup with reversed eye transverse leaf spring and chrome front shocks. Bring up the rear is a Ford 9' differential with a 3.55 gear ratio, triangulated four bar, Koni coilover shocks, Ford drum brakes, and a custom made trailer hitch.
'32 Sedan Trailer
Manufactured by BeBops Glass Works, (Athens, Tennessee), is one of the nation's leading fiberglass manufactures for Streetrod bodies and trailers.
Body - Gel coat finish, reinforced fiberglass hinged in front, with side telescoping prop rod and an automotive type gasket. (44 cubic feet, 64" long 42" wide, 29" tall)
Hood - Gel coat finish, reinforced fiberglass, opens from the side. (9 cubic feet, 25" long, 24" wide, 20" tall)
Frame - 2" by 2" square tube, fully welded, axles and hub couplers, safety chains, drop leg with pad and pins, 4 1/2" bolt circle hubs.
Wheels and Tires
Maintains the "Look" with a perfect stance created with Wheel Vintique chrome wire wheels mounted on big n' little Goodrich rubber.
Items included with the car are custom-fit covers for the car and trailer California Car Cover; a leather bra for both, a leather bumper cover, leather headlight cover, leather radiator shell cover, and bug screen. This gear will make certain you arrive at that local or cross-country car show rock chip and bug free.
This prestigious street rod and matching trailer has won over 40 awards; 30 of them Best of Show or Outstanding in Class; 8 People's Choice Awards in 2002 alone! "Best of Show" Boulder City, Nevada 2010 and Best of Show- Fremont St. Experience - Las Vegas, Nevada 2010.
Magazine Feature Articles and TV Appearances
In addition to the long list of show accolades are multiple magazine feature articles in US and Canadian publications: Custom & Rods Feb. 2006, Street Rodder Mar. 2007, Rodder's Digest Jun. 2007, Stock & Custom Summer 2007, Canadian Classics & Performance Aug. 2008. It doesn't stop there… the '32 had several TV appearances! It was featured on an episode of Chop Cut Rebuild with host Dan Woods on the Speed Channel and was a "drive up car" for the 2010 SEMA Show where it was autographed by legendary builder/designer Chip Foose!
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