1932 Ford 3-Window Deuce Coupe


VIN: 18174002
Exterior Color: Yellow
Interior Color: Tan
Engine: 350c.i V8
Transmission: TH350
Status: Sold
Mileage: 9.988
Features: High Quality Build, Detailed Undercarriage

1932 Ford 3-Window “Deuce Coupe” –  Fully Sorted

 Reliable Street Rod Ready to Show, Cruise or Travel Cross-Country

VERY High Quality “No Excuses” Build



This stunning street rod is fully sorted mechanically to provide a reliable rod that you can proudly show, cruise or use for longer distance travel.  Modern features such as automatic transmission, power disc brakes, power steering, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel, power windows and AM/FM sound system make it a pleasure to drive. The trunk and area behind the rear seat provide ample storage for your car care gear, show “stuff”, and short hotel stays.

The car bears VIN # 18174002 and has current California license with registration that is valid until April, 2019.  The Deuce Coupe is registered as a 1932 Ford with the serial number stamped clearly on the chassis. The current odometer reading is 9,988 miles, the mileage since the initial build in the early 2000 time frame.  The large majority of the car’s miles were accumulated for show use and local cruising by a long time, avid enthusiast and owner of collector street rods. It is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition.


9,000 California miles since…

– 350 CID Small Block Chevy

– 600CFM Weber Carburetor

– Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake manifold

– GM turbohydramatic 350 automatic transmission

– TCI Saturday night special Torque Converter

– New Flexplate; Starter; Chrome alternator and fuel pump

– HEI distributor, new ignition wires and coil

– Kilbourne fiberglass body, doors, trunk, floor, trans. Tunnel and dash panel – All bodies are 4 layers hand laid 1.5 oz mat.  Floors and roofs are all 5 layers plus a 2mm core mat 1 1/4inch square tube inner structure ¾” square tubing in doors and trunks. All body mounting holes are in 3/16” CNC cut steel plates.  All the inner steel structure is welded to the floor plates.

  • Stock style or Hidden Hinges
  • Functional Cowl Vent Available
  • Stock Style Firewalls
  • Coupes have a molded in drip rail
  • Slim Line Bear Claw latches installed in doors
  • Coupes have a window channel molded in, to mount your glass
  • No Wood used in our bodies
  • Doors and Garnish Moldings have an extra lip molded on for a finished look.
  • Balls Rod and Kustom Power Windows Installed in Coupes
  • Smoked Door Glass Installed

– Body reinforced with steel tubing substructure

– Safety Glass Windshield, side and rear glass (tinted)

– Electric power windows

– American stamping boxed frame rails

– Chassis engineering chrome rear control arms, rear end mounted by trianglelated four bar

– Chrome coil-over shocks in rear

– Magnum straight axle front end, chrome plated

– 8’ Ford rear end with 2.70 gear ratio, 100% all new brake hardware

– 2004 dual master cylinder

– New 11” Ford front disk front brake rotors

– GM Disk Brake calipers with new pads

– Zero to cool aluminum radiator

– Zips chrome high rise water pump with brackets to mount a/c

– Three piece Rootlieb steel hood with hold down rails

– Painless wiring w/fuse block

– Auto meter street rod gauges

– American torque thrust II wheels 14 x 7 front, 15 x 10 rear

– New radial tires 175/65/14 front, 285/70/15 rear

– GM steering column with tilt, turn signal, high beam and shift lever

– Grant 3 bar steering wheel w/operation horn button

– Pontiac Grand Am bucket seats with new seat belts

– Painted PPG concept acrylic urethane – zinc yellow 2003 Ford Mustang

– Dash painted PPG neutral

– Lokar accelerator and transmission cables

– Lokar Accelerator Pedal

– Lokar transmission dipstick

– Dan Fink stainless steel grille and fiberglass shell

– Moon eyes license plate light

– Billet special ties rear view mirror w/mount

– New walker pro flow performance mufflers

– New dual exhaust pipes over the axle with Meg’s tips

– Headman block hugger headers with silver ceramic coating

– 2004 Drive shaft and joints

– 2004 steering shaft and joints (from column to steering box)

– 2004 motor mounts

– 2004 battery cables (long positive)

– Exterior 6 gallon fuel tank painted body color

– Chrome fuel tank cap

– Custom brake lines

– Tail lights

– Dash signal lights

– Sealed beam 7” round head lights w/ high beam

– Aluminum gooseneck coolant flange

– Stainless steel hardware (nuts, bolts, washers)


The Zinc Yellow is very professionally done and is quite beautiful. It is hard to believe it has seen even 9K miles.  There are no door dings and no noticeable rock chips. Characteristically, there are a few chips on the upper edge of the passenger side hood panel. The teal is nicely contrasted by the rose-color pin stripes on the beltline, that gracefully fan out from front to rear. All glass is excellent. The interior is generally excellent. The white leather of the driver’s seat does show some minor patina, but is not only striking quite serviceable.

The engine compartment is beautifully detailed as is the entire undercarriage of the car. It is apparent that it has not been driven in inclement weather. The undercarriage is painted in matching yellow with many chrome parts, including suspension components.


Get ready for a lot of looks and plan on spending extra time talking about this one every time you stop! Not only was the ’32 was built at considerable cost, it was constructed by a long time expert Street Rod builder and enthusiast. This is certainly the reason for the cars quality appearance and, as importantly, the excellent drivability and proven reliability of the Ford Vicky.

The Ford starts immediately, drives straight, stops well and has excellent power from the crate, fuel injected, close to 400 horsepower engine. It is free from leaks and the investment in ongoing mechanical service / preventative maintenance has kept the car running with no breakdowns or “surprises.” It is a reliable street road that the owner uses to go to shows hundreds of miles from his home in Northern California and says he would “drive anywhere.”

The 1932 Ford also offers a high level of comfort with air conditioning, disc brakes and even a tilt wheel, power windows, AM/FM radio and other “niceties.” Of course, one advantage of the 2 Door Sedan (besides the attractive styling) is the ability to carry passengers and additional personal items in the rear of the car (unlike cramped coupes of the same era).

This is one of the nicest 32’s that we have seen in a long time and it is truly “turn-key” and ready to use. Please take a close look at the photos, including the spectacular undercarriage that speaks volumes about the overall quality of the “build.”