1932 Ford Roadster Kugel "Muroc" tribute, built off of a Thom Taylor rendering. This one of a kind roadster features a Kugel built full chassis with polished stainless front and rear suspension, One off Muroc style windshield with curved glass, Muroc grill shell, Dan Fink grill, Headwinds headlights, Billet Specialities wheels, custom paint with airbrushing, and more. The Schober custom interior, one off gauge cluster, Billet Specialities steering column and steering wheel, Lokar shifter and pedals really let you know you're sitting in something special. The custom fiberglass body sits on an absolutely stunning Kugel frame. Underneath is as nice as the top, painted in the same yellow with plenty of polished suspension parts, a custom Ford 9" rear end with 3.73 gears with inboard mounted disc brakes and coil over shocks, and full stainless exhaust. Only 10 Kugel "Muroc" Roadsters were built and each one is a true work of art.
For almost 30 years, Jerry Kugel provided the means for rodders to ride in comfort. Now, with hot rods like the Muroc Roadsters, he helps them ride in style. Chip Foose also helped design the frames. Kugel Kompo�nents builds each 112-inch-wheelbase frame from a set of SAC Hot Rod Products rails. Kugel parts can be found throughout each car. Kugel independent front and rear suspensions provide a smooth ride, and the DuVall-style windshield frames were developed in-house. These cars were $75,000 and the customer still had to add their own interior, paint, and drivetrain components!" - HowStuffWorks.com
This Roadster all has a custom treatment under the side tilt hood for a nice smooth show quality look that brings the airbrushing to the engine bay as well. Located in our Chicago Showroom, which can be reached for additional information at 708-444-4488.
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