Current Auction: Reno with Street Vibrations on September 22nd, 2016
This 1932 Roadster was owned and built by Gary Moline-well known hot rodder from Pamona California. The car was first shown at the LA roadster show 1996 after 1 1/2 year build. The car has been featured in Rod and Custom, Historical Ford Hot Rods, American Rodder, and was shown at Blackie Gejeians "invitation only" Autorama in Fresno California. The engine is a 1966 425 cubic inches dual four barrels, factory Buick nail head rated at 410 hp and 445 lbs of torque built by Ken Meyers of Baldwin Park California. Custom ordered TCI frame and 4 bar suspension. Turbo 400 transmission, chromed 9" Ford rear end with 3:50 gears and chromed magnum dropped front axle. Flow-master polished stainless steel exhaust and mufflers. Period correct tuck and rolled leather interior by Howard Mangold. Rare authentic Hailbrand polished alloy wheels with knock off center caps. Wilwood four wheel disc brakes. Stewart Warner gauges and custom Alpine stereo.This car is very well known in California and has won many shows. The car runs and drives great, does not over heat. No expense was spared. A Lincoln mint ultra metal series model was also made of this 1932 roadster.