Featured as our AutoHunter Spotlight today is this 1932 Ford Highboy built by the seller over a 3-year period and finished in 2019. It’s powered by a performance-enhanced small-block 350cid Chevrolet V8 mated to a Tri-Power 5-speed manual transmission and has just over 1,ooo miles on it since the build was completed.
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The Highboy’s all-steel Brookville body is finished in black with a magenta cloth top and sits upon a new Ford frame.
Inside, the interior features red vinyl bench seats, matching red door panels, a Grant steering wheel with tilt, Lokar hood and trunk release kit and Billet gas pedal.
The Chevy V8 has a Comp Cams Thumper camshaft, hydraulic lifters and digital ignition from Summit Racing, as well as digital CD ignition, EZ wiring harness and custom aluminum oil pan. Also custom done were the transmission, radiator mounts and a hood hinge/hardware kit.
The auction for the 1932 Ford Highboy ends March 19 at 11:30 PDT.
Visit this vehicle’s AutoHunter listing to find further information and gallery of photos.
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