Past Collection – 1932 Ford Roadster Hot Rod
This is a fiberglass 1932 Ford roadster which was designed and built by Marty Harp of the DuPont Paint Corporation Hot Hues Division for exhibition purposes to advertise the various paints and products available at the time it was built. It has 764 miles since built. The vehicle is painted in Mercedes Copper Bronze with the Hot Hues Flames. The interior is done in hand sewn tan leather, which is in flawless condition. It is powered by a 350cid Z4 Crate engine and 350 turbo transmission. It sports a Curry rear end. The vehicle rides on custom Colorado Rims, 18 inch in the front and 20 inch in the rear. There is a premium sound system installed in the vehicle. It has power brakes and is a 3- speed automatic transmission. It has an electric power trunk. The vehicle is highly detailed with everything chromed that was available. Nothing was spared in the production of this vehicle. It has been a numerous highly recognized award winner of which some include Top 50 and Senior Award Winner at the Adirondack Nationals, Rhinebeck and Frank Maratta’s Best of Show. The vehicle has been featured in several magazines, as well as numerous calendars. It is signed by the designer/builder Marty Harp on the dashboard. In addition to the vehicle, there is a display which includes a Color Keyed snap- together race deck tile floor which matches the vehicle and custom hand fabricated flame design stanchions which were painted to match the vehicle.