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Old 03-01-2016, 11:48 AM   #1
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Default 1932 Ford Pickup "Hot Stuff"

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Price: $55,000


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"Hot Stuff" - 1932 Ford Pickup, all steel, rare 25 louver hood, L-79 350hp 327 Chevy engine, 700R4 Chevy transmission, Hughes converter, and 9" Ford 3:25 gear rear end. Edelbrock intake and carburetor with a Stellings air cleaner, MSD distributor and wires, Air Mobile aluminum radiator, chrome oil pan and valve covers. A March bracket holds a Tuff Stuff chrome alternator and chrome air compressor. The mandrel bent exhaust system is Jet Hot coated new 2 " Corvette manifolds and head pipes, Magnaflo mufflers, and chrome tailpipes.

The chassis was jig built by Premier Frame and Body using ASC rails, custom motor mounts and Vega steering box mount, Chassis Engineering tube axle, X member, brake pedal, boxing plates and Model A style front cross member. GM spindles and drum brakes, Corvette master cylinder, and Ford rear drum brakes stop it without fuss. Alden chrome rear coil over shocks carry the load.

A Locar shifter and e-brake, gray tinted glass, four interior courtesy lights, Speedway steering column and spoon throttle, and a 17" Speed and Chrome engine turned steering wheel are used. TPI Tech gray face gauges are in the Parr Automotive 6 hole insert. Heat and air conditioning controls and vents are in a custom panel below the dash. The stock gas tank under the seat was Reddistripped, sealed, and vented. An electric wiper, new custom ash interior wood, and both Lizard Skin and Dynamat were used inside the cab before Glenn Kramer at Hot Rod Interiors did the dove grey headliner, leather seats and square weave carpet.

We use it to haul our 1942 Indian Sport Scout race bike - see ad under Motorcycles. It's featured in "Cycle Source Magazine" Feb. 2016.

This is a very well built award winning '32 Ford truck. Can't be duplicated for the asking price of $55,000. Thanks.
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