Ford is putting it's Dearborn Deuce Convertible up for auction at the end of October. The Dearborn Deuce is an all-steel 1932 Ford roadster replica. This particular '32 is manufactured by Hot rods & Horsepower, LLC. The Deuce Convertible is also signed by Edsel B. Ford II, great-grandson of Henry Ford and a member of Ford's Board of Directors and is valued at over $100,000. The proceeds from the auction will go towards the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The auction will begin on October 31 and will end on November 10. The Dearborn Deuce convertible will be on display at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, with attendants being able to bid for the car at a kiosk on the show floor. The auction will start at $60,000.
Dearborn Deuce ConvertibleTM, all-steel 1932 Ford roadster convertible body
Manufactured by Hot Rods & Horsepower, LLC
Ford Racing Crate Engine (Part Number M-6007-X3): 302 Cubic inch V8 that provides 340 HP over a broad torque range. This engine is equipped with aluminum GT40 heads a hydraulic roller camshaft, and has a 9:1 compression ratio.
Automatic AOD Transmission
12 month / 12,000 mile warranty
Custom fabricated by Hot Rods and Horsepower and Downs Manufacturing. The chassis includes AccurailsTM custom fabricated cross-members, center section, mounting brackets and exhaust system.
9? Ford, solid axle by John?s Industries with Alden coil-over shock absorbers and Wilwood disc brakes
Rear end gear ratio: 3:70
Traditional hot rod dropped I-beam axle with hairpins by Pete & Jake?s and Wilwood disc brakes
American Racing Torque Thrust
Firehawk Indy 500 P195-60-R15
Bridgestone Dula P245-70-R15
Custom leather and UltraTM leather by Down?s Manufacturing with Stewart Warner gauges and So-Cal dash insert
Jaguar True Blue by Stanoeaux, with three coats of Clear