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1932 Ford Phaeton

383 CID V-8 Fuel Injected 4 Speed Automatic

$62,000

383 CID V-8 Fuel Injected 4 Speed Automatic

$62,000


Stock #895-TPA
Price: $62,000
Year Make Model: 1932 Ford Phaeton
Engine: 383 CID V-8 Fuel Injected
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
Mileage: 960 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Coupe
Exterior Color: Planet Green/Black H
Interior Color: Black

  • Aluminum Wheels
  • Leather Interior
  • Performance Tires
  • Radial Tires
  • Seatbelts
  • Tilt Wheel

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Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is excited to offer this AWESOME one of a kind 1932 Ford Phaeton! This one-owner badboy features a House of Kolor Planet Green/Black custom paint job, a 383 cubic-inch motor paired with a 700R4 transmission, and a 3.55 Ford 9” rear-end – with only 960 miles since completion!!

The Body

The custom bodywork was done by Zipper Motors of Farmington, Utah and features a seamless integrated French Tail/Turn light bar, inset fuel door, & retractable rear tag. Other mods are color-matching left/right mirrors, ’32 polished grill, Walker color matched radiator, & tinted glass.

The Chassis

The tubular chassis has been color matched in Planet Green and features chromed front upper & lower tubular “A” arms, chromed 4-corner adjustable coil overs, chromed four-link, chromed outer tie rods, billet polished spindles, and manual rack and pinion steering. This hotrod also features a complete Willwood break setup that includes the master cylinder, brake pedal, and chromed brake calipers on all 4 corners, as well as steel-braided brake lines & fittings.

The Engine

At the heart of this monster is a powerful General Motors 383. Bolted to the color-matched Planet Green block are a set of Dart Pro 1 aluminum heads, a complete Kinsler polished aluminum fuel injection system and manifold, Scat rotating assembly, billet aluminum timing cover, billet valve covers – breather – and air cleaner, chrome pully assembly, Jesel rockers, ARP fasteners, fluid damper, comp can hydraulic roller, & Manley push rods. The motor also features a Fuelab electric fuel pump, regulator and filter, as well as a Mallory ignition system. Managing all this performance is a Haltech F10X engine management system. Always firing up on the first crank – it sounds incredible with the custom ceramic coated block-huger headers & Flowmaster exhaust!

The Wheels & Drive-Train

In the center of the drive train is a GM 700R4 automatic transmission that has also been color-matched in Planet Greet and features a billet aluminum oil pan. A 2500 RPM stall converter is also been added. Inside the cab is a Lokar floor shifter with the Van Chase Joker shift knob mounted on the end! In the back is a Ford 9” rear end with posi-traction with a 3.55 gear ratio – and color-matched, of course! Keeping this sticking to the ground is a set of Budnik T6061 polished aluminum five-spoke wheels wrapped in Yokohama S Drive radial tires (215/40R-17(Fronts) | 275/40R-20 (Rears).

The Interior

Inside the cab is an a completely customized black interior with both bucket and rear seats finished in black ultra-leather. The door panels are finished in black ultra-leather as well with carbon fiber vinyl armrests with matching billet/carbon-fiber vinyl steering wheel (with tilt). The dashboard features six gauges by Classic Instruments, along with carbon fiber instrument panel with custom that’s been outlined with red & green pin-striping.

This hotrod truly is one of a kind – hurry before its gone!

To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.

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