1932 Ford Custom "Fordor - Kopper Kandy" You have stumbled across one awesome custom that was very well done. In a true Westcoast style this classic will have you packing up and moving to the beach in no time. It is the type of car where you want to throw down the window and go for a cruise. Formerly owned by George Poteet, this 1932 Ford sedan is affectionately named "Kopper Kandy" and is referred to as the "Fordor." Many people won't go near a car with anymore than 2 doors but this one will have you wondering why. It is much easier to load up the backseat in this car and with rear suicide doors has a pretty cool look. The body hasn't been chopped but with a slightly lowered stance has a very sleek look. There is just something about the stance of the car that you really can't describe in words. The body is laser straight and is coated in a beautiful Copper metallic that really pops. Pinstriping has been laid down throughout the exterior and interior adding to that California Custom appearance. All of the chrome and trim is in great condition with a great shine. The side panels on the hood have been accented with side louvers which were put in with a staggered layout that is very cool. Each louver was then accented even more by some very quality striping. The electrical is all working as it should with the front headlights being painted to match the car and having a built on pod for the turn signals. Up top is a white vinyl panel that is very old school. Billet mirrors are in place on each side and work with the car well. Another old school component is the Moon tank up front that is cleanly mounted to the spreader bar. The car rides on a set of reverse smoothie wheels that are chromed out to a beautiful finish and wrapped in wide white wall tires. Roaring to life under the hood is a nicely built 350 V8 that has a great sound through polished dual exhaust. The motor is all chromed out with only billet and polished parts. The block, steering components, heads, and a few other pieces were all painted to match the car which creates a very clean look. This also backs up the fact that the motor was obviously built specifically for the car. It isn't just some crate motor bought online and thrown in place. The automatic transmission shifts nice and smoothly with no issues. The 9" rear end fits nicely in place and along with many other undercarriage parts were painted Copper to match. The I beam dropped and drilled front axle is all highly polished and makes up part of a very nicely done front end. Disc brakes are nicely mounted in place but have custom aftermarket SoCal Buick covers to make them look like polished nostalgic drums. The quality continues on the inside with all white ultra leather. Both bench seats are very comfortable and allow a good amount of leg room. Behind the front seat pockets have been added like you would find in your modern day driver. Chrome seatbelts are in place in both front and rear so cruising around with the young hot rodders in your family should be no problem. The dash is very nicely done with all polished knobs. Each is separated by a pinstriping accent that helps to add some color. It has all black faced Stewart warner gauges which are all mounted in a cool engine turned bezel. The AM/FM/CD player delivers a great sound and is hidden out of site so a remote control is used. An old school Ford steering wheel has been all custom painted a two tone White and Copper and tops off the white steering column. The AC blows nice and cold through under dash vents and inset vents in the dash. You won't find another custom out there done like this. Every component was thought out and planned individually only to all come together making a one of a kind classic. This is one cool custom that would make a great addition to any collection for only $69,000.00!
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