Travelled only 431 miles, this gorgeous, professionally built, all steel vehicle has brought together a whos who of Australian Hot Rodding - to deliver what is arguably one of the nicest 1932 Ford Pickup in Australia.
The chassis was built by renowned chassis builder Gary Page of Pages Chassis Works and features; new stamping rails and has been C Notched and Kicked, suspension is Rod Tech Coil overs with stainless Panhard bar and a drooped front axle.
Powering the 32 Pickup is a 160Hp 239CI 24 Stud flathead V8 built by Mike Davidson of Flat Attack Racing and features an Offenhauser intake and twin 97 Strombergs. Electronic distribution for reliability, via a Malory crab style unit and Powerline units take care of the starting and power generation.
Power is sent through a 5 speed Toyota gearbox to an 8 O Ford Customline Diff before making its way to the ground via Smoothie wheels with Half Moon caps wrapped in BF Goodrich white wall tyres.
The Aston Martins Almond Green Pearl paint covers a body completed by Steve Alldrick of The Deluxe Rod Shop in Yea, Victoria whom was also responsible for the final build. The original steel cab was sourced from Old Tin in Geelong, reproduction hood from Rootlieb and new pickup tub featuring an American Cheery wood inlay.
The impeccable tan interior was trimmed by Trim Dynamic Trimming and features a Glide Engineering bench seat, classic gauges and Lecarra Banjo steering wheel.
This is a fantastic opunity to own a multi award winning, reliable, hot rod without having invest years of your own time and thousands of man hours! Just jump in, pull the starter and drive off into the sunset.
The vehicle is currently unregistered and will come with previous Victorian registration papers, Engineer re, build photos and documentation as well as custom car cover.