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  • Condition: New
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: HI BOY
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1932
  • Mileage: 1,000
  • Color: RED
  • Engine size: 350 CI CHEVROLET CRATE MOTOR
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 9" FORD REAR END
  • Interior color: WHITE W/RED
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Rockwall, Texas, United States


Construction on this Hot Rod was begun in 2011. I purchased it in 2012 and have just recently finished the project. It has approximately 1,000 miles on the car, which was mainly from breaking in motor and tranny and adjusting suspension, etc. Following is a simplified breakdown of description of car:
1932 Fiberglass Body - Removable hood top section only.1932 Tube chassis with 9" Ford rear end, with coil over shocks. Disc brakes on all four corners.Summit Racing chrome, drilled front axle with chrome shocks. Rack and pinion steering.350 CI SBC crate motor - Howard hydraulic roller cam - Has single 4 bbl. Edelbrock carburetor on Weiand tunnel ram intake. HEI distributor. Ceramic coated headers.TH350 Chevrolet automatic - 11" 2300RPM stall converter. Flaming River tilt steering column with column mounted transmission shifter.Dolphin billet 32 Ford gauge insert with 5 programmable gauges. Seats are Honda Civic, and interior is white with red (faux) alligator inserts. Power windows, billet door handles and bear claw latches on doors. Power rear deck w/red flamed travel tool box mounted to truck floor.Hot rod turned out nice, but still needs some finishing touches. There are some paint chips, the fuel gauge needs to be adjusted, and a few other items need to be handled to totally finish the car. I am selling for health reasons.
Would be happy to answer any additional questions, but please text first, or text and leave a call back number (214-534-2900). All questions directed through E-Bay will be answered as well.

On Jun-29-18 at 10:05:51 PDT, seller added the following information:

Sorry for the confusion on the picture showing the dual carb with tunnel ram intake. This was an early picture taken with the hood off. I decided, after previous experience with dual carb tunnel ram set ups for the street, to change over to the single Edlebrock carb on the tunnel ram. Please disregard this first picture, and the other 2 pics show the single carb and intake. I still have the 2 600 Holleys and dual carb tunnel ram that can be negotiated with the car if interested. The car does not have A/C.