1932 Ford Highboy Roadster:
This beautiful High Boy has a very interesting and highly documented history. You may recognize the vehicle from the BF Goodrich poster ad (see photo) for which they commissioned Chuck Lombardo, Dan Fink, and Boyd Coddington to build. Alex Borla himself was brought in to personally design and install the 3″ stainless exhaust. BF Goodrich spent over $200k on the project & the entire build was documented in Street Rodder magazines, “How to Build a Street Rod” by Chuck Lombardo. Magazine included with sale. The LT1 installed in the original build was swapped with a built 350 & the dated rims from the poster were upgraded to chrome A/Rs. This ’32 Ford was then purchased in 2003 by the most recent owner & treated the vehicle to over $15k in upgrades over the last 15 years. Documentation of every penny spent will accompany this sale. This one-of-a-kind, 4″ stretch High Boy has always been covered, garage kept, is ready to take 1st place at any show upon delivery. It features a removable Carson top that lets you enjoy the cruise when your sun tan is already perfected. A custom California Car Cover™ tonneau cover & car cover are included with the sale to keep the dust off in between shows. Additional features & upgrades include; Turbo 350 Auto, Black Leather Seating, White Face Ford Gauges, Banjo Steering Wheel, Chrome Steering Column, Chrome Steering & Suspension Components, Chrome Alternator, Chrome Air Cleaner, Edelbrock Carburetor, Electric Fan, Front Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Peter & Jakes™ Front Shocks, Aldana™ Rear Shocks, Kenwood™ AM/FM/CD Player, Custom Speakers (4), and Auxiliary Power Outlets (2), American Racing™ Chrome Rims, and Thick BF Goodrich™ (..of course!) Tires. The High Intensity Yellow Paint has been accented nicely with Red & Black Pinstriping by Jim Carnifax. As you can see from the photos, the underside is completely detailed and finished. The list goes on and on! I would be impossible to build a street rod this nice for even double our asking price. Please try and report back in a year when you have failed. If you take my challenge and succeed, there is still no comparison to owning a highly documented piece of Hot Rod history like this immaculate 1932 Ford High Boy for only $60k.