A true barn find is getting harder to find these days, but this 1932 Ford GASSER is about as REAL as it gets. It sat in a chicken house for decades. The car has DEEP drag racing history that goes back to 1957 and was driven by several local legends in the 1950’s and 1960’s. It was pulled out of the barn, sold to a fellow out West who got it running again, then went to Virginia and then back out West. This well-traveled 32 Ford is one of the most epic barn finds of all time. I dig into its history to document its time as a drag car, and tell you about the dudes who piloted it. It was a pleasure to document this car.
Through the years, this historic hot rod was powered by a Ford Flathead V8, a 347ci Pontiac, a 370ci Pontiac, a 389ci Pontiac that was bored and stroked to 470+ci, an early Dodge Wedge with six carburetors, a 427ci FORD, and now a Buick Nailhead. This is a hot rod, a barn find, a gasser and a drag car all wrapped up into one amazing car.
Big thanks to Lance at Speed & Chrome Illustrated. Check him out here: https://www.youtube.com/user/SpeedandChrome
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