1932 Ford Custom Pickup
1932 Ford Custom Pickup
Winning Bid: $43,000 (USD) by:
This 1932 Ford pickup is finished in two-tone Mineral Gray Metallic and black, over a red leather interior, and is powered by a 350ci Chevrolet V8 paired with a 700R4 automatic transmission. This truck was a high-level build that started with an original Henry Ford steel body, riding on a fully boxed chassis and outfitted with a modern braking system, audio, and instruments. Equipment includes dual exhaust, high-polished urethane bed planks, wire wheels, and cruise control. Located in Dayton, Ohio, this 1932 Ford pickup is now offered on a clean Ohio title in the seller’s name.
The truck's body was professionally finished in Mineral Gray Metallic, while the fenders and running boards were finished in black. The all-steel body is an original 1932 Ford and is accented with chrome with bumpers front and rear, as well as chrome headlight, hood ornament, and dual side-view mirrors. All of the chrome and glass components are in good condition and free of pitting. The bed houses high-gloss stained wood planks and stainless-steel hardware, while a full-size spare tire is mounted on the passenger side running board.
Chrome Wire wheels with chrome center caps are fitted to Diamondback wide-whitewall tires on all four corners. The truck rides on a fully boxed chassis equipped with a polished front drop axle with a transverse leaf spring and chrome shocks for the front suspension. The rear suspension uses parallel leaf springs with chrome shocks, while discs handle braking in the front and drums in the rear.
The interior is fitted with a red leather bench seat and matching door & interior panels with all with upholstery by Dennis Gamble. Black carpeting with matching floormats was installed for contrast. The Banjo steering wheel features polished spokes with a gloss wood rim, mounted to a polished billet steering column with tilt capability. Additional features include power windows and air conditioning, as well as a cruise control system from Dakota Digital. The audio system is from Custom Autosound and has AM/FM/CD capability.
Haneline white-faced gauges are housed within a machine-turned bezel and contain a 140-mph speedometer and readouts for voltage, coolant temperature, fuel level, and oil pressure. There is also an 8k-rpm tachometer mounted below the dash to the left of the steering wheel. The digital odometer reads 2k miles, which is mileage since the completion of the build.
The truck is powered by a Chevrolet Fast Burn 350ci crate engine, rated at 385 horsepower with a ceramic coated intake manifold, long tube headers, and chrome valve covers. A Walker radiator was installed for cooling, and all engine accessories are finished in chrome. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 700R4 automatic transmission and a 9” Ford rear end.
Additional photos showing the underside are available in the gallery.
The truck is titled as a 1932 Ford in the state of Ohio.
AUTOHUNTER ADMIN UPDATE 1/13/2021 9:30AM MST: A driving video has been added to the listing