This 1932 Ford has everything, including an LS1 fuel-injected powerplant backed by a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Suspension parts include a polished aluminum nine-inch Currie rear end, four-link, and coilovers in the rear. Up front is a chrome dropped I-beam axle, chrome Pete & Jake’s split wishbones, chrome shocks, rack-and-pinion steering and So-Cal finned polished aluminum Buick-style covers over power disc brakes.
Inside is a custom leather interior by Ron Mangus, air conditioning and power windows. Other features include a remote brake proportioning valve, electric trunk, tilt wheel, suicide doors and custom pinstriping.
(Introductory description courtesy of Barrett-Jackson.)