Precision Street Rods & Machines

Building Quality Cars Since 1982

Precision Street Rods & Machines

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Warren's personal Pearl White 1932 Ford Cabriolet

$60,000.00 OBO. Possible trade for Corvette of the same value.

See photos of the car in the "Photo Albums 1900-1932" and the "2014 Calendar Vehicles" sections.

I relocated the amp from the trunk (hiding it), added a cruise control, Unisteer steering, whole new cooling system and Willwood 4-piston disc brakes front & rear since the photos were taken last year. The battery is a new 5-year A/C Delco installed in Aug 2019.

This is a 70's vintage, hard to find fiberglass car. The body & fenders were made by Gibbon Industries and are No longer Available! They stopped producing this body well over 2 1/2-decades ago. You will not find a better example of a 70's Street Rod than this! I also have a full set of steel fenders available for the car if interested for an additional cost. The car is pearl white with burgundy interior. The car has a 350ci. engine, 350 th. transmission, 9" ford rear end with coil overs & parallel 4-bar suspension, dropped I-beam front axle, 4-bar suspension with a California leaf spring, Polished Vintage 15" Weld billet wheels wrapped in brand new (11-12-2020) Hankook rubber. The new folding top was replaced 11-20-2020. The bows & windshield has been chopped a few inches. The hood sides are off the car for now, but come with. This is a fully loaded / options car. Tilt column with shifter, cruise control, new tinted power windows and back glass with new rubber seals, remote entry with door solenoids, top has a boot cover, heater, killer sound system, inside trunk release, lighted trunk, interior lights, adjustable seat tracks with a folding back rest, lots of hidden storage behind the seat under the package tray, E-Brake system with handle on the floor, Autometer 6-gauge set in a custom one-off dash, electric fan can be controlled from inside the car or use the automatic setting & electric battery kill switch. I just added a solenoid to open the trunk in conjunction with the mechanical cable release.

For more details and ask for Warren.

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