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1932 Ford Vicky

Stk#144 1932 Ford Vicky This Fiberglass body is painted Gold with Red Pinstripe. The hood top with Louvers is steel. There are chrome door handles, steel tank, chrome peep mirrors, small head lamps, stainless spreader bar in front, rear spreader bar with LED Brake lamps,... via OldCarOnline

1932 Buick Roadmaster

The body is all original and all glass is intact (passenger compartment; headlamps; running lamps; turn signals; brake lamps). She sits on a customized chassis with a posi-traction Corvette rear end and a 1984 Buick V6 3.8L fuel-injected engine. Fully modernized features... via Listing Basket

1932 Ford

NO SALES TAX! This is a Bitchin hotrod with all of the right parts. Fresh car that is sorted out and runs and drives well. It will cruise down the interstate at 80 mph all day long with the A-C on and never overheat. Heated up 406 CI small block Chevy putting out 480... via Carziki

1932 Pontiac

For sale is a 1932 Pontiac 302 Oakland located in our Indianapolis showroom. This ??32 302 Oakland is powered by a 251 Cubic inch V8 engine backed by a three gear manual transmission. Options on this 1932 Pontiac 302 Oakland include: Hub Caps, Cloth Interior, White Walls... via OldCarOnline

1932 Ford Model A

Electric windows - Remote Controlled Power Rear Hatch - Hidden Switch Driver Door mechanical remote release latch Interior - Brown Leather Bench Seat Door Panels Headliner - High Detail Stitching Small Leather Covered Console w/Backup Camera Trunk - Brown Leather Detailed... via Listing Basket

1932 Ford

1932 Ford Hi Boy, 2000mis, Exterior: Orange, Interior: Gray, Am fm radio 8 in rear end, rack and pinion mustang two front end, c4 transmission, five star torque thrust wheels custom glass custom frame Asking $34000, For Sale By Owner in COOS BAY OR 97420, Contact Nelson... via CarSellersUSA.com

1932 Ford Roadster

The classic 1932 Ford, better known as "the Deuce," has been, and always will be, the quintessential hot rod. Almost immediately, it was modified and quickly gained fame on America's dry lakes, the Bonneville salt and early drag strips. Popular culture only added to its... via Listing Basket