1932 Ford 3 Window Hi-Boy Coupe

1932 Ford 3 Window Hi-Boy Coupe with Matching Mullins Trailer

The Body: Fiberglass composite by Superior Glass-works (Molalla, Oregon), steel Hood and engine skirts, and grill housing

The Frame: 1932 Ford, custom reinforced and boxed by Superior Glass-works

The Paint: Custom mix “Tropical Sea” pearl over “Obsidian” Black, Base/Coat, Clear/Coat

The Engine: Chevrolet 283 CID rebuilt and balanced with Weiand intake manifold, Edelbrock 4 bbl, and coated headers.

The Transmission: Smooth shifting Tremec 5 speed manual with Lakewood bell housing, and easy hydraulic clutch, Hurst shift linkage.

The Differential: Ford 9” with 3.73:1 with Yukon Posi-traction, and 31 spline axles

Electronic ignition

Power 4 wheel disc brakes with Wilwood calipers 

Suspension: Kugle polished stainless tubular A-arms with Q1A coil over shocks front and rear.
Triangulated rear 4-Bar suspension.

The Interior: Grey tuck and roll bench seat, matching door panels, and smooth headliner. Beautiful Grey tweed carpeting and floor mats, exterior color matched dash

Auto-meter gauges and shift light

Cold Vintage Air air conditioning/Heat/Defrost

Intermittent wiper

Tinted power windows

Ididit tilt steering column with a polished Le-Cara steering wheel

Trunk mounted battery and 16 gallon fuel tank

Black powder coated dual exhaust with 40 series Flow-master mufflers

Polished American Torq-thrust wheels 15” rears, and 14” Front with Coker American wide white wall radials. A 20" wheel and tire package can be swapped out instead of the existing package if that looks is more appealing to you. (Can be seen in the first thumbnail image above.)

The Trailer: Mullins 1937 Luggage trailer color matched to the Coupe with polished American Torq-thrust wheels and wide white wall radials. 

This is an exceptional 1932 Ford Coupe built during the years 2006-2015. Careful thought and consideration has gone into the build of this car that has traveled just 4,371 miles since it's completion. The paint is a beautiful custom pearl base/coat, clear/coat that morphs between a soft metallic blue and green above a deep reflective black that sets this coupe apart from the others. The set up of this 3-window is truly excellent as it has a subtle, and very sleek '34 style roof line. What that does is allow about 3 inches more room in the cab, so there's plenty of leg room no matter how tall you are. A very nice trait for this type of car. The doors are suicide and allow plenty of room to enter and exit the cabin.
The interior is very comfortable with it's nice fitting tuck and roll bench seat, complete with seat belts, including a shoulder harness attached to a hidden roll bar for added safety. The door panels match the seat and dynamat insulation was used throughout the interior.
All of the auto-meter gauges function properly mounted in the traditional space on the dash, and there's and vacuum gauge, tachometer, and a shift light as well.
The engine is a small block Chevy, 283 CID, bored to a 292 CID, 268 Comp hydraulic cam with roller rockers, balanced with 9:1 compression. It fires right up with electronic ignition, fast idles when cold, and throttles down to a smooth, yet slightly lopey performance idle. The transmission is a Tremec 5 speed manual with an easy push hydraulic clutch, and smooth shifting Hurst linkage. The differential is a Ford 9 inch loaded with 3.73:1 gears and Posi-traction. 
The suspension by Kugle up front is all stainless with tubular A-arms, QA1 coil over shocks. The rear suspension is a 4-bar, triangulated to minimize horizontal sway.
The power 4 wheel disc brakes utilize Wilwood calipers, and braided steel lines. 
Aside from the graceful looks and strong engine and drive train, this 3 window has some very nice creature comforts, such as Vintage Air and heat that works great, intermittent windshields wiper, and power windows.
Those are 1953 Pontiac tail lights that are LED, and a 3rd brake light integrated into the license plate frame. Incidentally, the license plate is easily removed to accommodate the hitch to pull the matching 1937 Mullins luggage trailer, complete with matching wheels and tires!
Once the license plate is removed and the trailer hitched, just place the license plate on the back of the trailer, and you are ready for a road trip anywhere in an amazing looking, very comfortable, high class 3 window coupe unlike any other!!!

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