Former Rick Harrison owned 1932 Ford Roadster
Current Bid: $70,000 by:
End Date: 11/3/2020 11:00:00 AM
6.0L V8 LS2
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This 1932 Ford Roadster is a Dearborn Duece steel body finished in black semi-gloss over a black leather upholstered interior. Purchased by Rick Harrison of the TV show "Pawn Stars," no expense was spared during the build with features including a custom-built frame, 6.0L LS2 engine, 700r4 automatic transmission, disc brakes, and knockoff wheels. Featured in a 2014 episode of the TV show, this roadster is now offered for sale titled in Arizona as a 1932 Ford in the sellers name.
This fenderless High Boy style build uses a Dearborn Deuce steel body finished in black semi-gloss and features a fold-down black soft-top, which is shown in the gallery. The front-end has a fully enclosed engine compartment with louvered side panels, chrome bumpers, and a blacked-out grille original style 1932 Ford grill. A low profile windshield with chrome surround was added along with chrome side mirrors.
16” Knock Off wheels are wrapped in Firestone tires measuring 7.50-16 on the rear and 5.50-16 on the front. Wilwood disc-brakes have been fitted on all four corners, along with a Currie rear end and a Strange drilled axel. The front suspension uses a traditional I-beam setup with chrome components, the rear uses a multilink system with a transverse leaf spring.
The bench seat is upholstered in black leather with a gray leather insert with "tuck and roll" style stitching. Custom door panels equipped with power windows are upholstered in leather that wraps around the interior on the kick panels and interior firewall. Black carpeting with matching floormats covers the floor and a polished long handle shift lever with black knob extends from the transmission tunnel.
Behind the 3-spoke Banjo steering wheel sits the gauge cluster which includes a 120mph speedometer and 7k rpm tachometer, along with additional gauges for fuel level, water temperature, oil pressure, and voltage. Billet knobs for the air conditioning and heat system are mounted directly below the center gauges, with billet vents mounted on the edges of the dash. The five-digit analog odometer shows just over 2,300 miles, which is believed to be mileage since the completion of the build. 2K miles have been added by the seller in 4 years of ownership.
Power comes from a 6.0-liter LS2 V8 upgraded with polished headers, jet coated exhaust, carbon fiber look valve covers and a polished serpentine belt system. The 700R4 automatic transmission was rebuilt prior to being installed and transfers power to the Currie rear end
The front suspension consists of a traditional I-beam setup with polished components, while a tranverse-mounted leaf spring with polished shock absorbers supports the rear. A custom exhaust was fabricated out of stainless steel and exits just before the rear axle.
Featured in a 2014 episode of the TV show "Pawn Stars" the car comes with all receipts documenting the build as well as signed memorabilia from the TV show. The car is currently located in Scottsdale, Arizona, and offered for sale titled as a 1932 Ford Roadster on a clean Arizona title.