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This '32 Ford Roadster is the Goodguys Hot Rod of the Year

by Chris Tutor (RSS feed) on Sep 27th, 2012 at 7:31AM

Tom Gloy wanted a '32 Ford he could drive low and fast, so he took his dream to Roy Brizio Street Rods Inc. in San Francisco where the car seen above was born. Brizio and his team made some radical changes to a typical '32 Ford, starting with a narrowed cowl, grille and windshield. The floorboard was lowered more than any rod they have built before and those tall, thin, 18-inch rear tires were nuzzled close to the filled and channeled rear quarters. All that work got the body looking right, and a Ford 302 crate motor and Tremec five-speed got it moving. Gloy went to Porsche for the car's... Read More

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