Out of the aftermarket 32 bodies, Dearborn easily sits at the top of the list. They are all steel bodies and extremely well built. They really are the best money can buy. This 32 Dearborn is a very high quality build that is fully documented. It comes with two binders containing all of the manuals as well as all the receipts which are very detailed down to every nut and bolt. The car is painted in a very clean Prismatic Burgundy Rose paint with a Tiger Bengal Clear coat. The paint has a beautiful look and in excellent condition. Up front the car has the large Xenon SS lights with the original style headlight bar. The spreader bar is painted to match the body/frame and incorporates inset LED turn signals. In back the car has 42-48 Ford tail lights and all of the electrical is working properly. Paired with the beautiful paint is a Beige top. One cool thing that really separates Dearborn from others outside of their high quality is the rear panel which allows room to put down the top. Typically on these 32s you have to decide before you leave the house whether you want the top on or off. Well not on this car because the top folds back into that panel and is very easy to raise/lower. All of the chrome and stainless throughout the car like the side mirrors, windshield frame, etc look perfect. It also has a Specialty Power Windows Street Rod wiper kit with stainless arms. The car has a great stance and rides around on American Racing Torq Thrust 2 wheels which are painted to match the body. Even the "American Racing" logo in the center caps were custom painted. It has 18" wheels in back and 15" wheels up front giving it a slight rake.
When you are running a car without a hood there better be something worth showing off and this Dearborn Deuce does not disappoint. It is now powered by a Blueprinted 408 ci small block Chevy built by Big Al's Toybox out of Connecticut. It features a 671 Supercharger and every component is high quality and documented. See the table below to get the complete breakdown of the motor.
Blueprinted 408 Small Block Chevy built by Big Als Toybox in Connecticut
Dart SHP Block
Forged 4340 Double Keyed Crank
LPC H-Beam Steel Rods
JE Forged Pistons
File Fit Moly Rings
Comp Cams Double Roller Timing Chain and Gears
Polished Timing Chain Cover
Polished Aluminum Heads
Comp Cams Hydraulic Roller Cam and Lifters
Polished Aluminum Valve covers with 4 Breathers
BDS Polished 671 Supercharger
Fitech Throttle Body Injection Dual Quads
Performance Race Balancer
Edlebrock Water Pump
Tuff Stuff Alternator
Red Top Optima Battery
Tuff Stuff Starter
Comp Cams Ultra Pro Magnum Roller Rockers
March Serpentine Brackets and Pulleys
Billet Specialties Wire Looms
Lokar Dip stick
MSD Plug Wires
Vintage Air AC Compressor
ARP Flex Plat Bolts
TCI Flex Plate
ARP Header Bolts
Walker Aluminum Radiator
The motor is kept always running cool thanks to the Walker aluminum radiator with electric fan and a Cooling Components fan shroud. Paired with the motor is a 4L80E Automatic with OD transmission from Phoenix Transmissions and a Ford 9 inch rear end with 3.70 gears and 31 spline axles. The car runs extremely well and is very quick with the motor putting out 698 HP on the dyno. We can't say enough how high quality this build was. It utilizes stainless steel bolts throughout and every thing is done with a lot of attention to detail. The car has a I beam front axle and ladder bar suspension along with coil overs. It sits on a Pete and Jakes frame that was ordered with a 4 inch stretch, C notch rear chassis, all chrome hardware, and a limited slip 3rd member. It was painted to match the body as were a ton of other components resulting in a very clean looking undercarriage. The car has power Wilwood disc brakes and a E Steer column assist electric power steering system. Other nice features include the alloy coated 14.5 gallon steel tank with high performance fuel pump and a Yogi's E-Stopp electric emergency brake system.
The interior of the car is very cleanly done and just like the rest of the car looks like new. It is done in Beige leather to match the top with Black carpeting. The floor mats and Glide bench seat were nicely customized with '32 Ford embroidery. The dash has been kept very clean and is painted the same color as the body. On the upper portion it has only a custom brushed aluminum all in one gauge pod in a very clean chrome bezel. A RJays dash extension was added and is where you will find the Classic Auto Air AC/Heat controls and vents. A custom center console was built for the car and houses the shortened Lokar shifter, push button ignition, and all the other controls. In front of the driver sits a tilt column topped off with a MOMO steering wheel. A lot of the electrical controls are neatly hidden out of view under and behind the seat. The trunk is very nicely finished out as well and features the same '32 Ford accent as the seat.
This car has so many nice features we are sure we have left out some highlights. You won't find a weak area anywhere on this car and everything is very well done. The cost to build it far exceeds our asking price.
You couldn't replicate this car for only $112,000.00!