1932 Ford Roadster Build-up

Here's that Dearborn Deuce body in bare metal. An old flathead stands in for the H&H while the fabricators figure out how everything needs to fit. Here you can see how the front frame rails on the Deuce Steel Frame have more curvature which will translate into a lower stance.

Some custom metal work was required for the transmission hump.

Fresh from the paint booth.

Adam Beck works on getting the engine and transmition set up in the frame during final assembly.

Jean-Noel, who runs our upholstery shop, shows some of his handi-work as he skins the interior of this hi-boy '32.

All that multi-colored spaghetti is part of the Painless 12-circuit wiring kit. It looks confusing, but if you follow the instructions, it all works when you turn the key.

That subwoofer looks like it could drive the car all by itself.

Nearly finished.

Special delivery for Mr. Culton.

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(Note: "Vineyard Ave." has been changed to "Auto Park Way." Our address has changed, but not our physical location.)

Hot Rods & Custom Stuff - builds, restores, paints, services and sells parts for classic autos, cars, trucks and street rods.