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Old 05-20-2023, 10:16 PM   #1
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Default 1932 Chevy 3 Window Coupe

I'm listing this for my Dad,

'32 3 window coupe. Fiberglass body by Class Glass performance, Roof has been chopped.
-Matte black paint
-Black cloth interior and door panels all brand new.
-355 ci sbc, All brand new includes.
-Sheet metal polished tunnel ram with 2) 600 cfm Edelbrock carbs.
-Eagle rods, GM steel crank,12 to 1 comp forged pistons,Ultradyne solid roller camshaft,High volume oil pump,Cloyes double roller timing chain,1.5 roller rockers with Moroso stud girdle,8 inch Fluid dampener balancer, 010 GM 4 bolt main block.
-Aluminum Brodix track one heads done by Wesley (NHRA tech)
-All chrome brackets for alt ,ac comp etc
-Chrome stainless headers with brand new flow master mufflers and dual exhaust out the back with chrome tips.
-350 turbo trans with shift kit, just freshened.
-SFI flexpalte.
-8 inch 4000 stahl brand new.
-B&M magnum pro grip prostick shifter with pedestal quick pin mount.
-9 inch ford rear end with 3.50 gears posi traction.
-Martz chassis.
-Mustang II front end with tubular a arms all chromed.
-Qa1 front coil over shocks.
-Rear coil over shocks also.
-Front power disc brakes.
-Vintage AC blows cold and heat.
-Working wipers.
-Seatbelts.
-Driveshaft loop.
-Optima battery rear mount trunk.
-AM/FM stereo mounted in overhead console.
-MSD dist and electronics.
-13 inch rear fenders.
-American racing mag wheels.
-295/65/15 Mickey Thompson drag radials R2 compound.
-VDO gauges.
-Rack and pinion steering.
-XRP black fuel lines.
-Tinted power windows.


I drove this car a few weeks ago and it flies ! This engine is a clone to a 355 I used to run in my bracket car way back when. That motor made 613 Flywheel HP. It had gone 9.80's at 135 mph in a 3400 pound Camaro. Just to give you an example, this car weighs 2700 pounds with a 235 pound driver, so like I said it flies !

My Dad has never had it to the track and built it to drive on the street to cruises. He's probably put a total of 300 miles on this setup, not many at all. Everything in this car was done right and its as clean as a pin like all our cars are. Wonder where I get it from lol. He did build the engine also. The car is a blast to drive ! Cruise down the highway at 70 mph and it has AC!!

Please pm me on here for pics and more info.

This car has been SOLD!!!!


Thanks Tim.
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Default Re: 1932 Chevy 3 Window Coupe

Could you send me pictures? What kind of fuel do you have to run in it with 12 to 1 ?
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Old 05-27-2023, 02:26 PM   #3
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Default Re: 1932 Chevy 3 Window Coupe

Pics sent! He runs a mix of pump gas 93 and VP C12.

You could turn the timing down and run just 93 pump if you wanted to easy.



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