Just in is a RARE ALL HENRY FORD STEEL 1932 Ford 5 window open wheel coupe. There is some history on this car and alot of paperwork. This car sit on the Delta Queen for 17 years as an original 4 cylinder B Coupe. It is pictured in the June 2000 edition of Street Rodder magazine on page 66 ( See Picture ). Also was in Good Guys Gazette as Wild Card pick winner in Charlotte in 2002. It was driven into a Beach Boys concert at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Oho while the Beach Boys were singing Lil Deuce Coupe. This car over the years has won 46 trophies for 40 shows. It now has a 248 CI Flathead engine that was built by Joe Reath Automotive in California. Here are some specs on the engine: 2842 Clay Smith Cam 252 Degrees Intake and 248 Degrees Exhaust Valve Adjustment .012 Intake - .013 Exhaust 1/4 Stroke with Mercury Crank, 0.155 Overbore = 281 CI Ported, Polished and Relieved using Stock Valve Diameter 400 Offenhauser Heads Johnson Adjustable Lifters, Block Drilled for Lifter Adjustment Mallory Electronic Ignition with 1956 Ford 12 Volt Generator Red's Nickle Plated Headers Super Cool Radiator from New York Here is a breakdown now of other stuff used on this car during the build: New 10 Clutch - Flywheel Lightened to 23 LBS 1939 Ford Pickup Trans Case with 46 - 48 gears, Double Detent Shifter 1932 Ford B Rear with 3:78 Gears 1940 Ford Brakes - Buick Finned Drums on Front Ford Falcon 2 Bolt Master Cylinder 1937 Ford Horn Button The car is painted Black Base Coat Clear Coat with the Chassis painted Dark Cherry T - 43 with Clear Coat. The original paint is still the seat cushion. There are hood sides that are painted already that come with the car but has not been put on as the previous owner liked the open look to better show off the impressive engine. The interior is also impressive done in Red & White. The windshield still lets out and the back glass rolls down. It has had a blinker system added as well as new SW gauges that work. It has been driven 5294 miles since restored. There is a toggle switch to the right under that turns on all electrical other than the ignition. The ignition is thru the rebuilt original steering column switch lock. You still crank it with the push button on dash. It is a 3 speed manual transmission. It has a work windshield wiper. The wide whitewall tires really set it off. Don't Miss It!! Call Ken at 404-512-1295 with any questions or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Go to our website to see alot more pictures at www.bigostreetrods.com
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