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The reason for selling my car is so I can relocate / move to St. George Utah by 2021. I would like to build my house and get the new shop up and running before I completely relocate there.



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 : Warren's personal Pearl White 1932 Ford Cabriolet 

$50,000.00 OBO.  Possible trade for Corvette of the same value.

See photos of the car in the "Photo Albums 1900-1932" and the "2014 Calendar Vehicles" sections.

I relocated the amp from the trunk (hiding it), added a cruise control, Unisteer steering, whole new cooling system and Willwood 4-piston disc brakes front & rear since the photos were taken last year. The battery is a new 5-year A/C Delco installed in Aug 2019.

This is a 70's vintage, hard to find fiberglass car. The body & fenders were made by Gibbon Industries and are No longer Available! They stopped producing this body well over 2 1/2-decades ago. You will not find a better example of a 70's Street Rod than this! I also have a full set of steel fenders available for the car if interested for an additional cost. The car is pearl white with burgundy interior. The car has a 350ci. engine, 350 th. transmission, 9" ford rear end with coil overs & parallel 4-bar suspension, dropped I-beam front axle, 4-bar suspension with a California leaf spring, Polished 15" Weld billet wheels wrapped in Bridgestone rubber. The top bows & windshield is chopped. The hood sides are off the car for now, but come with. This is a fully loaded / options car. (Tilt column with shifter, cruise control, 4-wheel disc brakes, new tinted power windows and back glass with new rubber seals, remote entry with door solenoids, folding top with cover, heater, killer sound system, inside trunk release, lighted trunk, interior lights, adjustable seat tracks with a folding back rest, lots of hidden storage behind the seat under the package tray, E-Brake system with handle on the floor, Autometer 6-gauge set in a custom one-off dash, electric fan can be controlled from inside the car or use the automatic setting & electric battery kill switch). I just added a solenoid to open the trunk  in conjunction with the mechanical cable release.

Call the shop for more details and ask for Warren.

(818) 886-5018
Warren's personal Pearl White 1932 Ford Cabriolet

$50,000.00 OBO. Possible trade for Corvette of the same value.

See photos of the car in the "Photo Albums 1900-1932" and the "2014 Calendar Vehicles" sections.

I relocated the amp from the trunk (hiding it), added a cruise control, Unisteer steering, whole new cooling system and Willwood 4-piston disc brakes front & rear since the photos were taken last year. The battery is a new 5-year A/C Delco installed in Aug 2019.

This is a 70's vintage, hard to find fiberglass car. The body & fenders were made by Gibbon Industries and are No longer Available! They stopped producing this body well over 2 1/2-decades ago. You will not find a better example of a 70's Street Rod than this! I also have a full set of steel fenders available for the car if interested for an additional cost. The car is pearl white with burgundy interior. The car has a 350ci. engine, 350 th. transmission, 9" ford rear end with coil overs & parallel 4-bar suspension, dropped I-beam front axle, 4-bar suspension with a California leaf spring, Polished 15" Weld billet wheels wrapped in Bridgestone rubber. The top bows & windshield is chopped. The hood sides are off the car for now, but come with. This is a fully loaded / options car. (Tilt column with shifter, cruise control, 4-wheel disc brakes, new tinted power windows and back glass with new rubber seals, remote entry with door solenoids, folding top with cover, heater, killer sound system, inside trunk release, lighted trunk, interior lights, adjustable seat tracks with a folding back rest, lots of hidden storage behind the seat under the package tray, E-Brake system with handle on the floor, Autometer 6-gauge set in a custom one-off dash, electric fan can be controlled from inside the car or use the automatic setting & electric battery kill switch). I just added a solenoid to open the trunk in conjunction with the mechanical cable release.

Call the shop for more details and ask for Warren.

(818) 886-5018
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