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Ford Club Coupe, for sale in Arlington, Texas, for $54,880.
1932 Ford Club Coupe
If you know what you are looking at then you probably realize how rare it is. This unique Ford had a limited production number and is very sought after with guys who know their history. The steel "Club Coupe" body combines the look of a ragtop with the function of a coupe. Spend some time checking out the top and you may realize you have never seen one of these before. The Beige cloth top is mounted permanently in place and is in great condition. The original Henry Ford Steel body is in great condition with the rear fenders being the only non-original fiberglass piece. From the looks you would think it is all original but the drive train has been entirely upgraded and done to run like your brand new daily driver. It is a very cool combination of old school style with new school comfort. The body is coated in a slick Red paint that looks beautiful next to all that chrome. Chrome bumpers are in place up front and in rear which is something you don't see as much on 32's anymore. In addition, other original style chrome like the headlight bar and hood trim is nicely mounted as well. The large chrome circle headlights work just as they should as does the aftermarket LED teardrop taillights in rear. The Dan Fink grill is a very nice addition and has a slight concave for a custom look. Side mirrors are nicely mounted to each side which greatly improve visibility when cruising around. A tan rumble seat is in place in rear and is something everyone loves checking out. The car has a nice solid stance and is mounted on a fully polished set of American Racing Torque Thrust wheels.
Through the wheels you will see disc brakes up front and nicely painted to match drums in rear. In addition to the drum brakes the entire undercarriage has mostly been painted to match. This includes the rear end, drive shaft, suspension components and more. Under the hood of the car is a nice 350 V8 and is topped with the perfect amount of chrome. The vintage vented air cleaner looks great combined with the billet polished valve covers on each side. The spark plug wires are red to match the car and are routed through nice wire looms. The car always run cool with the cleanly mounted electric fan and billet overflow tank. The motor has a nice smooth idle and roars to life through headers into polished exhaust. The Turbo 350 transmission shifts nicely with no problems.
The interior is completed in a beige leather to match the top and is in great condition. There is virtually zero wear and tear and the bench seat is very comfortable allowing plenty of leg room. The door panels have custom accents done in leather and are topped with nice chrome door handles and window cranks. The dash is painted Red and is topped with a frenched in polished billet gauge bezel. This houses the white faced VDO gauges which all work just as they should. The lower dash section is covered with beige leather and has the vintage AC controls cleanly mounted in place. The polished column is all adjustable and is topped with a billet steering wheel. The overhead console has a courtesy light with a Kenwood AM/FM/CD player.
You don't see these car up for sale everyday so get it while you can. It is only going to become more rare as time goes on!
This rare classic could be in your collection for $54,880.00!