There are traditional rods, there are rods that dare to be different, and then there are the rods that combine familiar things in brand new ways to create something truly unique like this 1932 Ford roadster. If you're going to build a street rod, there's just no point in being subtle. These guys took a Pete & Jake's chassis and a RodBods steel body, then drenched it all in bright Corvette Torch...
From the time they first gained popularity in the 1940s as the foundation for a new generation of street rods, the Ford Highboys (also referred to as the Deuce Coupe in reference to the 2 in 1932) became a rolling exemplification of what the pursuit was all about - take an already light vehicle and make it even lighter, then drop in a powerful engine capable of delivering knock you back in your...
This 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster checks all the most important boxes for a car of its type. Lightweight body and strong motor for great performance ..? Check! Exterior decked out for maximum visual impact while still very tasteful ..? Check! Well-appointed and comfortable interior to make driving a pleasure ..? Check! Of course, having logged only about 1800 miles since its build doesnt hurt eit...
There are traditional rods, there are rods that dare to be different, and then there are the rods that combine familiar things in brand new ways to create something truly unique like this 1932 Ford roadster. br / br / If youre going to build a street rod, theres just no point in being subtle. These guys took a Pete amp; Jakes chassis and a RodBods steel body, then drenched it all in bright Corv...