P1 Automotive is proud to present this 1932 Ford Lowboy Roadster, channeled deeply over the frame rails, with wide white wall tires, Mag wheels, and a tuck n roll interior.
The roadster body was built by Australian company Rod Bods Down Under. This six inch channeled body has working cowl vent and original styled door hinges.
To get this Deuce project off to the right start legendary ’32 Deuce chassis builder Squeak Bell was enlisted. We started with a set of dearborn Deuce rails and after TIG welding in crossmembers, boxing plates, and mounts. He mated it to a Currie eight inch rear axle complete with traction lock differential. Up front, we chose a dropped and drilled Super Bell front axle. Keeping the Deuce to the pavement are Posies transverse mounted springs both front and rear. Ivory powder coat completes the chassis and covers most of the components.
Powering the Deuce is a 350ci small-block Chevrolet. To give the little bowtie some real punch, it is modified with Jahn’s 11:1 pistons, a crane solid lifter cam and roller rockers, speedway tru-ram exhaust manifolds, and topped with a triplet of Rochester carburetors mounted on a vintage Edelbrock three-Deuce intake manifold. Backing up this potent package is 4 speed manual transmission.
Putting power to the road are a set of American Racing Salt Flat wheels wrapped in Coker Wide White Walls (16×5 front and 16×7 rear). It has several coats of House of Kolor Lime Gold Pearl with some beautiful traditional styled pinstripes in true sixties show car fashion.
Since its completion it has received a “Class Award” at the prestigious Grand National Roadster Show.
Please give us a call with any questions on this amazing build.