1932 Ford 3 Window
If you plan to build a top-shelf street rod, you must begin with a vision. You must then execute every detail carefully with the best components available. When done correctly, the result will be in a class with this 1932 Ford 'Deuce Coupe'. The Model B 'replica' utilizes a 3-window fiberglass body, Ford/Heidts drivetrain and custom Heidts suspension. The professional Burgundy finish is exceptional and fits the build perfectly. There is no hood, no engine side covers, no fenders and a pair of suicide doors – pure. The Billet Specialty alloys (16"f/18"r) mount BFGoodrich G-Force T/A radials and a pair of low, shock-mount headlight assemblies flank the deuce grill. The interior is upholstered in 2-tone tan vinyl with matching door cards and headliner - it is stunning. The classic dash contains a polished insert and full set of AutoMeter white-faced gauges. A Billet Specialties alloy/wood-accented wheel is mounted on an tilt column and tunes are provided by a SecretAudio AM/FM sound system w/Bluetooth/remote that is tucked carefully under the seat. Other convenience features include power windows, power trunk and a Dash Cam. A Ron Francis wiring harness takes the guesswork out of the electrics. Horsepower is furnished by a high-performance Ford 289ci crate motor that is fitted with an Edelbrock intake and Holley 4V carburetor. Tube headers and side pipes are ceramic coated and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan manages cooling. Behind this 'Windsor' sits a Ford C-4 automatic transmission w/Lokar shifter. The painted/detailed chassis is fitted with Heidts suspension components front and rear. A power rack/pinion steering system is integrated into the front coil-over suspension package and the polished independent rear suspension is a multi-link design w/radius rods, half-shafts and coil-overs.