Up for sale is a beautiful 1932 Ford convertible show car. This car is amazing. It has all the industries best parts and pieces to make this car what it is. They started with a new Dearborn deuce steel convertible body. Yes the top folds down into the body like a real convertible. The Chassis is a Heidts chassis with independent suspension front and rear. Coil over shocks and Wilwood brakes at each corner. The chassis is fully painted and detailed. All suspension pieces are either chomed or polished. The rear end is an all aluminum Irs with a Ford 9" center section. The engine is a late model 5.7 Dodge Hemi with a custom Whipple supercharger on top. It uses the factory electronics and produces about 500 hp. It has been fully detailed with many one off parts. The block and trans are painted the same as the body and chassis. The transmission is a matching Dodge 5-speed automatic. It features push button shifting. The car rides on Billet Specialties wheels and BF Goodrich tires. The body is a new Dearborn deuce convertible body. Amazing fit and finish. The car has a custom stretched aluminum hood with full side panels. Painted in PPG Ferrari red. It has a full custom interior featuring bucket seats wrapped in leather with ostrich inserts. Custom dash and center console with Burlwood inserts. Creature comforts include heat and air, Pioneer cd, dvd, navigation head unit, back up camera, push button shifter, tilt column, and power windows. This car was built with the best parts around. Cost over 250,000.00 to build. Less than 3000 miles. Time to go to a new home. Any questions you may call 805-388-2858 and ask for Jim.