Stk#009 1932 Ford Sedan
Purchased new in North Carolina and has always been a NC car. It was delivered to Dixon Motor Co in Charlotte North Carolina.
Painted a beautiful yellow with purple flames outlined in blue, steel body and rear fenders. Wescott front fenders, grill and shell. 1964 Chevy Wagon Roof, obsolete Ford parts for grill. Chrome 5-spoke rims with Goodyear Eagle tires, 4" dropped axle painted. Front disc brakes and drum rear brakes. Stainless headlight bar and headlights, steel hood, stainless rear bar and tail lights. Billet license plate holder, stainless gas cap cover. Tinted glass, stainless door handles, yellow fender welt. Black rubber on running boards. Third brake light. TCI 4-Bar system, Posies front & rear springs. Flush mount windshield, C-notched by Fatman. Wipers. This car draws a crowd!
Katzin leather on front and rear bucket seats with a console in back. Beautiful custom brown door panels, custom headliner, back side panels, brown carpet, Lecarra Billet steering wheel covered in Brown leather. Beautiful woodgrain dash with polished gauge cluster and Classic Instruments, Vintage A/C & Heat, power windows, Billet door handles, brown kick panels with speakers, chrome tilt column with Automatic, overhead light, custom gas and brake pedal. Woodgrain arm rest is custom, garnish moldings are woodgrain, seat belts, Lokar emergency brake. Billet rear window cranks, paintless wiring. Beautiful inside.
Powered by a 350 engine with a 350 Turbo transmission that were gone through in 2022. Chrome valve covers, chrome K&N air filter, chrome intake, Holley carb with chrome bowls, chrome fuel pump, chrome motor mount covers, chrome A/C compressor, chrome alternator, chrome timing chain cover. Chrome oil dipstick, chrome transmission tube, chrome starter, chrome dryer, Billet radiator cap. Stainless overflow tank, electric fan, chrome oil pan. Chrome transmission. 8' rear end with a 2.79 gear. Car drives and handles good. Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
Lin's passion for Classic Auto's has been steadily growing for many years. He began 'Street Rodding' in 1978 and he has traveled the Highways enjoying many Car Shows and meeting a lot of wonderful people who also share their passion of Yesteryears Automobiles. Lin's knowledge of these Classics has served him well. He not only restored many cars, with a love of painting them. He taught paint and body restoration classes at Central Carolina Community College. He also appraises cars. In March 2010 Lin and Bonnie had the opportunity to move to the next phase of their love of Classic Auto's by buying East Coast Classic Cars. Together they strive to make your Auto purchase, consign or trade with us a very pleasurable experience. Honesty and knowledge of these Classics is how we have built a reputable business.