The 1932 Ford is widely recognized as being the most predominate hot rod and has been the case since the first days of hot rodding in the early 30’s
In 1931, the Model A was the model Henry Ford felt most passionate about and although sales were slipping, Mr. Ford thought this was more caused by those at the dealers and not due to the product. After time, some of his staff was finally able to convince him that the market had shifted and demanded more luxury but the next project hadn’t even started and the new market year was coming quick. The Model A production was stopped in the United States and Ford started the first designs for their new model and new engine. Although comfort was the primary reason for redesign, they also focused on increasing the power and refined the ride feel which turned out to be an essential reason for their success. What reached the showrooms was a milestone in a number of ways. It was faster, more comfortable, more refined, a masterpiece of industrial design, and yet still affordable.
Sticking to its roots, this fine example of a 1932 Model B Pickup is dressed in Brewster Green with Black fenders. This truck is excellent in every aspect and is a solid runner as well. The truck is believed to be all original steel as well. It is powered by its 4 cylinder that purrs like a kitten. The brakes have been upgraded to 1940 Ford Hydraulic brakes and function well. The truck rides on Firestone tires with 18 inch wire wheels.
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Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States