SEMA 2013: the good, the bad, and the ugly
Yes, it's the best and worst tuned offerings direct from the legendary Vegas show. Ready the sick bag...
Posted: 07 Nov 2013
1932 Ford Five Window Coupe
The granddaddy of all tuner cars is the 1932 Ford, but the problem is that only 56,000 of them were ever made. Most of those have either already been restored and chopped or rusted into dust, so official Ford supplier United Pacific Industries has started building brand new bodywork kits for the old gals.
Costing $20,999, the kit, which doesn't include the chassis and engine, just the bodywork and some window winders, will keep the model alive forever more. So next time you watch American Graffiti and swear you are going to build yourself a proper US hotrod, don't bother looking on Ebay, call these guys instead.