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#6
Henry steel from Spokane, Washington BIN 68,500.
You are viewing a very cool old school build. The car was finished 18 years ago with 2,500 miles driven since the build was done. Prior to the build you see the roadster was in the 1962 movie State Fair, which was partially shot at the fairgrounds in Puyallup, WA south of Seattle. Starring in the movie was Pat Boone, Ann Margaret, Pam Tiffin and Bobby Darrin. The car looked different and was red. I have a few pictures of the car in its original build. Also, this roadster was invited to Blackie’s show back in 2007, which was the 75th birthday of the 32 Ford and Blackie’s 48th show. Once the car arrived at the show Blackie himself requested to have the car parked at the entrance to the show. He loved the car and wanted it up front and center. This is a very special car, way cool and fun to drive.
Please read on for more particulars of the car:

Body/Paint:
Original Henry Ford body unaltered. Functional cowl vent, original firewall. When the car was rebuilt it was taken down to bare metal with any issues addressed. Floor pans are Brookville due to the original build being channeled. Modified taillight stands and along with custom made rear frame horn covers.

Interior: The interior is pretty much stock with a Glide seat covered in black leather along with the rest of the interior. Finished behind seat as well. The seat was done the old way with stuffed pleats giving it the original look and comfort. The seat is adjustable. Trunk pull behind the seat. E brake works, full gauges, no tach. Push button start with manual electric fan switch. Nice banjo wheel with the original feel and look of a roadster.

Running Gear: The engine is a 53 flattie hopped up with a Merc crank and Jr cam. Offy heads, B&M blower with Webber carbs. MSD electronic ignition, puller electric manual fan, fender chrome headers. Trans is a C4 with adaptor to flathead. Rear end is a 57 Ford 9 inch with highway gears.

Suspension: Original 32 frame boxed. Original 32 front split wish bones with 36 rear. Pete and Jakes dropped axle with buggy rear spring set up professionally done. Vega steering box.

Bright work: Aftermarket windshield frame with manual wiper arm.

Glass: Replaced

Exhaust: Brakes: Brakes are So Cal Buick drum hidden disc brake set up and very traditional looking. Rear drums.

Wheels/Tires: Early Ford truck wheels with rings and 50 Merc caps. Tires are bias 50/60 style. 560/15 front and L78 15 rear.

Summary: This car represents a 32 roadster like back in the day when Hot Rodding was in its prime. Great car to drive and enjoy. Always well maintained and needs nothing. I have over 130 pictures of the car so please contact me and provide your email address if you would like additional pictures. Reasonable price so why build when you can enjoy today. Great value and a quality build for the money.

Disclaimer: The car is for sale locally. The owner has the right to cancel the auction at any time for any reason. No warranties or guarantees are expressed or implied with the car being sold in "AS IS" condition.
Gary 509 993 6918
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#7
Dave Summers 5w coupe BIN 75,000
This famous magazine cover car was built by Dave Summers of Hot Rod Carburation. His tri-power set ups were well known in the Hot Rod community. This was his personal coupe that was built over an 8 year period. It is presently in hiboy form, but the fenders, running boards and frame horn covers are included. Choice of wheels, steel or original torq thrusts.
Engine is a 355 solid lifter with tri carbs, Muncie 4 speed, Halibrand quick change. Stereo and AC. Runs and drives beautifully. The 4 inch chop is great, louver work excellent, mandrel bent stainless exhaust. Call Chuck with questions 631-786-5353
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#8
Roadster All Original Rust Free Steel Survivor.BIN 135,000
This is an investment grade, steel 1932 Ford Roadster. It is a rust free surviving hot rod from Los Angeles in the 1940's. It has an original rust free; body, frame, floor pan, firewall, fenders, gas tank, grill and shell, fender braces, front splash shield, and more.


Until 1932 Ford's sales were declining against Chevrolet. Henry Ford decided a “poor mans V-8” was needed in the Ford lineup. The only automobiles with V-8 s in the early 1930s cost $3,500 and up and the Fords were under $500. This was Ford's first V-8 and the car has a substantially stronger frame, which is why it has been the first choice for a hot rods for decades to follow.


With the new Flathead V-8, Ford captured an astounding 60% of the market in 1932. It was also the first year Ford placed a grill over the radiator. Ford was back on the map. The 1932 Ford roadster was and is a very collectable and celebrated car.


  • Highly detailed Ford 351 Cleveland engine and the Ford AOD transmission both professionally rebuilt in 2018, completely ground smooth, and painted with Imron.
  • Complete MSD ignition system.
  • Chrome plated, modified Jaguar XKE four wheel independent suspension..
  • Polished Halibrand wheels.
  • Complete Wilwood brake system with new Jaguar rotors.
  • Polished stainless steel exhaust system.
  • English Leather interior and rumble seat with a 2” chopped folding Hartz cloth top with side curtains.
  • Professionally detailed paint by Seth Goss in June 2018.
  • Rare tri-power (three two barrels carbs) intake manifold.


There are 10 to 12 tri-power manifolds known to have survived Ford's 366 NASCAR program, according to three Ford tri-power experts, including a gentlemen who worked for Ford when these were cast. However, this manifold has a water passage in the rear, making it one of one.


I have owned the car since 1975, but have the history of it back into the 50's. Out of the 25 shows I officially attended, this '32' took awards from 23 of them, two of which were 'best of show'.


The car has about 12,000 miles on it and is well sorted. It looks great, rides fantastic, sounds fantastic, and always draws a crowd. Because of this car's rust free starting point and what it has become, it is a very rare and desirable car.


If you have serious interest, please contact me and I will send a complete 38 page PDF file detailing the car and it's history. Thank you for your interest.


Dick
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#9
All steel body, filled top from hornet station wagon, shaved door handles, door jam seams filled, rain gutter seams shaved, complete SS fire wall, windshield frame removed and glass recessed into body, cowl vent filled, complete SS floor pan, 3 peice custom aluminium hood, molded and filled radiator shell, SS grille insert, splash apron sectioned, ss droped headlight bar, wind wing brackets machined with etched glass, machined aluminium mirror brackets, 1982 Cadillac taillights molded into body, frenched licence plate, frame horn seams shaved, smoothie steel running boards. paint is candied iron blue pearl essence lacquer, flames brilliant silver base with candy regal blue fade, flames and pinstriping are under 10 coats of acrylic lacquer. Engine. balanced and blue printed 355 SBC with 671blower, with 4 webber 48 DCOE carbs,engine block smoothed for paint, brodix aluminium heads, gear drive cam, vertex mag, crower rods and roller cam, lifters and high rev kit. custom machined billet carb box and valve covers, custom oil pan, cragar intake modified with external return water lines, complete polished ss exhaust system, 2 1/2 " row aluminium radiator, dual electric fans, turbo 350 with 2800 stall converter. Interior, leather and mohair,AUDI front seats, 1980 Thunderbird tilt column, air conditioning, digital gauges, custom alpine stereo, overhead console, front and rear power windows, on board fire system, Frame, boxed frame rails, Rabbit rack and pinion steering, brake lines, fuel lines and wiring routed inside frame rails, Power brakes, fabricated front and rear cross members, fabricated rear suspension and sway bar mounts, accented undercarriage with 24 KT gold. hand made center caps for calipers, Front suspension Indy style, hand made top and bottom A arms, hand made spindles, JFZ stock car front calipers, Carrera shocks, Rear suspension,corvette third member with S&S aluminum rear mount plate Audi inboard disc brakes, hand made tubular A frames, fabricated carriers, Carrera shocks, custom made rear sway bar, Zenith wire wheels chromed inside and out with chrome knock offs.
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#15
The Chemical City Coupe starting bid $69,900.00

This iconic hot rod was built in 2013 as joint effort between myself and JoKerr Fabrication of Brownsburg, Indiana.
This coupe was awarded a Street Rodder Magazine Top 100 award winner and a Hot Rod of the Year Finalist for 2013. It was also on the cover of Street Rodder Magazine in March of 2014. It won the prestigious Best Hot Rod Award at the 2nd annual Rodder’s Journal Revival in 2014. Since its debut the car has continued to win numerous awards and appeared in several magazines in the U.S., Canada and Europe. The coupe is also very well-known online. For more information and pictures, simply Google “Chemical City Coupe” or search #Chemicalcitycoupe on Instagram or Facebook.


A detailed build thread with many pictures is found here: HAMB
This car was built to be driven hard. It features an original Henry Ford Steel body that was chopped 5.5 inches and had the windshield laid back for a more aggressive appearance.


The body was place on a heavily modified 1932 Ford chassis featuring full torsion bar suspension on the front and rear. This offers adjustability and an improved ride while retaining traditional styling. The front of the chassis has been bobbed and pinched. It features an ultra-rare Ford V8/60 axle, 1940 ford brakes and 1934 Ford shocks.

The drivetrain consists of a 401 Buick Nailhead engine with an Offy dual quad intake and Edelbrock carbs. It has and big Iskenderian cam and is probably the best sounding Nailhead you will ever hear. The transmission is a World-class T5 5-speed manual with a hydraulic clutch. The rear end is an original aluminum Halibrand Champ quick-change with magnesium bells.

Terms of Sale:

I will do my best to answer questions or provide needed pictures in a timely manner. If you do have questions please ask before bidding. Call Dave at 989-615-7426 between 8 AM and 4 PM Eastern time. I WILL NOT DISCLOSE THE RESERVE – DO NOT CALL TO ASK THIS. Serious buyers only please.
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#16
The Chemical City Coupe starting bid $69,900.00

This iconic hot rod was built in 2013 as joint effort between myself and JoKerr Fabrication of Brownsburg, Indiana.
This coupe was awarded a Street Rodder Magazine Top 100 award winner and a Hot Rod of the Year Finalist for 2013. It was also on the cover of Street Rodder Magazine in March of 2014. It won the prestigious Best Hot Rod Award at the 2nd annual Rodder’s Journal Revival in 2014. Since its debut the car has continued to win numerous awards and appeared in several magazines in the U.S., Canada and Europe. The coupe is also very well-known online. For more information and pictures, simply Google “Chemical City Coupe” or search #Chemicalcitycoupe on Instagram or Facebook.


A detailed build thread with many pictures is found here: HAMB
This car was built to be driven hard. It features an original Henry Ford Steel body that was chopped 5.5 inches and had the windshield laid back for a more aggressive appearance.


The body was place on a heavily modified 1932 Ford chassis featuring full torsion bar suspension on the front and rear. This offers adjustability and an improved ride while retaining traditional styling. The front of the chassis has been bobbed and pinched. It features an ultra-rare Ford V8/60 axle, 1940 ford brakes and 1934 Ford shocks.

The drivetrain consists of a 401 Buick Nailhead engine with an Offy dual quad intake and Edelbrock carbs. It has and big Iskenderian cam and is probably the best sounding Nailhead you will ever hear. The transmission is a World-class T5 5-speed manual with a hydraulic clutch. The rear end is an original aluminum Halibrand Champ quick-change with magnesium bells.

Terms of Sale:

I will do my best to answer questions or provide needed pictures in a timely manner. If you do have questions please ask before bidding. Call Dave at 989-615-7426 between 8 AM and 4 PM Eastern time. I WILL NOT DISCLOSE THE RESERVE – DO NOT CALL TO ASK THIS. Serious buyers only please.
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