Speedway 1932 Ford Roadster Fiberglass Body
- Doors 2" longer than stock with hidden hinges and bear jaw latches installed on doors trunk lid
- Smooth recessed firewall
- Seat area moved 2" for extra room
- Smooth cowl (no vent), smooth dash is removable for easy access
- Steel reinforcing installed, bulkhead added for extra strength
Our Speedway 32 Roadster fiberglass body is finished in a smooth white gelcoat finish, ready for sanding and painting. Thick fiberglass with reinforcing at all stress points and special fiberglass divider panel. Professionally installed hinges, dash, seat set back for extra leg room, latches, striker plates, working doors and trunk lid, installed full inner panels on the doors and deck lid. Original style rain trough around the entire rumble seat area, recessed firewall completely installed. Each body is mounted on a 32 frame when the doors are hung to ensure they operate properly.
Must be shipped truck - F.0.B. Lincoln, NE.
This product is made to order and quantities will vary. Please allow six to eight weeks for lead time.
Item DetailsDoors extended for an extra 2" of seat room
NotesNote: This piece will require sanding and finish work before being ready for paint. Our fiberglass is pulled straight from a mold and in many cases you will still see the casting marks.
- This item 9003270 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
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