Zoom Classic Cars presents this 1932 Ford Cabriolet Highboy. Custom build completed in 1997 with 7,400 miles since. Car still presents as new today. Built on a Stage III Chassis and featuring 350CI Chevy 4 Bolt Block and Muncie 4 Speed with Hurst Shifter. Situated in an immaculate engine compartment, the chromed out 350 is rated at 370HP @5600 RPM with Torque 380 @ 4300 RPM and was built by Reid's Automotive in Whitman MA. Build included AFR Aluminum Heads, Edelbrock Performer RPM, a Holley 750 Double Pumper, MSD 6 AL ignition and coated stainless Sanderson Headers. The chassis is a Stage III by the Roadster Shop and features Heidt's IFS, triangulated 4 Bar rear Suspension, American Coli-overs, sway bar, full boxed chassis with new Wilwood Front Disc Brakes and Master Cylinder. Underneath you'll find Dual Polished stainless Flowmaster exhaust and a narrowed 9 inch Ford rearend with 3.70 Posi. Beautiful fiberglass Gibbon Body that has a 2.5 inch chop, rolled rear pan, shaved cowl and Radiator shell with high-end paintwork in gorgeous 1996 Ford Vermillion Red, Dupont 2-part Urethane and fully painted underneath. Interior is in excellent condition and includes custom interior by Barnes and Dunbar featuring Recaro bucket seats in gray cloth and trimmed with leather and BMW carpet. B&D also made the Custom Convertible top and boot. Full gauge cluster including tachometer, battery and pressure gauges, Alpine AM/FM 8 speaker stereo with AMP and CD changer mounted in trunk. Other features include Vintage Air Heat and AC, Tilt wheel, power windows, Remote power doors and trunk, Power Antenna, Electric Windshield wiper, Ron Francis wiring throughout and Optima Yellowtop Dry Cell battery behind the custom back panel within the trunk. Custom tail lights with 3rd brake light from a late model Ford wagon and front turn signals integrated into the front chrome bumper. 25 Gallon Custom Stainless tank. Painted engine side panels included. Fire extinguisher mounted under dash. Car rides on BF Goodrich radial tires mounted on Custom painted American Torq-Thrust Wheels and has a great stance! A couple of minor issues need to be attended to including the door poppers and key fob not working consistently as they should and the radio, although working will show an error code occasionally. The car comes with loads of documentation including full research and build documentation including meticulous logs of all parts, labor expended, materials, Dyno Test sheet, full set of Hand-Drafted as-built Wiring Schematics and full photo album documenting every stage of the build. The car was also subject of a professionally produced show called "Street Rodding: An American Art" a TV pilot narrated by Bill Stephens which you can see some of by clicking the blue "Additional Info" button just above the Vehicle Description. Be sure to watch the final segment that follows Part 1 - https://youtu.be/rcc-BrNaTaE. Also featured on the February 2009 Edition of Streetscene Magazine as the month's Cover Car as shown. This car has been meticulously maintained, always garaged and runs and drives beautifully. Stored in MA and comes with clean MA title in the owners name. Comes with Custom California Car Cover. Registered as a 1932 Ford. Please call Jeff for more information or to schedule an appointment to see the impressive Ford Cabriolet. Thanks for Looking.