Speedway Signature Series All-Steel 1932 Roadster Kit Car
This Speedway Signature Series All-Steel 1932 Roadster fills the gap between the do-it-yourself builder and the $150,000 custom built cars. You maintain total control over the power and drivability by choosing your own engine and transmission. This ‘32 all-steel roadster was the brainchild of Speedway Motors founder Bill Smith where he combined classic looks with quality modern materials and production.
Solid, Premium Steel Frame and Body
We started with Speedway’s own Boxed Truss frame design. A rigid, 11-gauge CR210 zinc coated steel frame is built to last and finished to show quality. Rectangular tubing is used for the x-member to provide even more rigidity and the frame is boxed with the traditional “stepped” method.
The frame is topped with a patented 19-gauge CR210 zinc coated steel body. Used by German automakers for its ability to form well and rust resistance, it is finished in beautiful custom “Posie’s Red” PPG paint.
Luxurious Detail Inside and Out
Our ’32 Signature Series Roadster rides on a 4” drop axle with Curtis-style radius rods and tube shocks all finished in chrome. Speedway’s popular leaf springs give a smooth ride. 15” Steelies are covered with baby-Moon style caps and trim rings, and the wheels are shoed with BF Goodrich whitewall radial tires.
The attention to detail doesn’t end on the outside. A period-correct 1940’s style dash is the perfect fit for this exclusive roadster. Constructed of modern carbon fiber, it is equipped with a polished aluminum instrument panel, and fitted with Stewart-Warner vintage style gauges.
A fully-adjustable steel seat frame has real steel springs and is dressed in the same, hand selected, custom-dyed leather used by today’s luxury automakers. Wool carpets sit above premium sound deadening material to round out the first-class interior.
Your Car, Your Power
Finish your ’32 Roadster with your choice of engine and transmission. The rear end is a 9" Ford with new axles and bearings and new internals on the third member along with the 3.50 ring and pinion and Richmond Power trax limited slip posi traction.
Brakes are disc front and drum rear and are set up 5x4.5" or you can use 5x4.75" bolt pattern.
This car includes a Speedway aluminum radiator, and an electric cooling fan is recommended. A new, Vega style cross-steer box provides reliable service and sure handling.
In Stock, Assembled and Ready to Ship
Speedway's Signature Series '32 All-Steel Signature Series Roadster is in stock, ready to ship and comes fully assembled.
The Speedway Motors '32 Signature Series All Steel Roadster is set up is for Small Block Chevy and Turbo 350 transmission but you can drop in your own choice of power.
- Steel Body, 19-Gauge Patented Zinc-coated Steel
- 120% Show Quality Fit and Finish
- Custom PPG Paint - Posie's Red
- Highest Quality, Hand Selected Fine Leather
- Premium 100% Wool Carpet
- High End Carbon Fiber and Polished Aluminum 40's Style Dash
- Add Your Engine For True Customization
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