1932 FORD HIGH-BOY HOT ROD ROADSTER. A Real 50's Hot Rod Ford! Real steel. Flathead 284 cu. in. engine with tri-power. Edelbrock fined heads. Offenhauser intake. 3 downdraft Stromberg's. 3 speed column shift transmission. Dropped axel front end with transverse leaf springs front and rear. Leather seats. Even has an old Ford steering wheel. Now has been updated to 12 volts with alternator and a cruise fan. Stewart Warner gauges. Instrument panel is fiberglass. It is my understanding that this '32 was built in the 50's. It is built the way it would have been done in the early '50's. Running a flathead engine. Another thing from the 50's it's running a magnito ignition. Still using transverse springs. Has drum brakes as disc brakes were not out yet. This is not a new high tech car. I'm not sure when it was restored but it was some time ago. I can tell by the underside wear and I can see some touch up in the paint. You can look and find lots of glass '32's, even find new steel bodied '32's but not very many real '32's. If you want a real '50's Hot Rod you need to come take a look. Don't forget to watch the video so you can see it run and drive. We took the exhaust caps off during part of the filming, it's fun to hear. It eyeballs great. Everyone comments on how nice it is. Cond. # 2-.