For all-out attitude and a super-traditional look, it''s hard to beat this ''32 Ford 3-window coupe. Stripped down to its bare essentials, it has the look of a pure street brawler, and if it could, it would probably have a pack of Lucky Strikes rolled up in its T-shirt sleeve. This looks like the car every hot-rodder of the ''50s dreamed of building, but under the skin it packs 21st century technology that makes more sports car than vintage hot rod. The body is fresh fiberglass, not ancient steel patched back together, and until you''ve seen one of these high-quality reproductions, you can''t imagine how well they fit together. Excellent gaps, a beautiful gel coat that has been properly prepped, and seamless finishing that makes it impossible to tell it apart from its steel counterparts. The brilliant silver paint looks about a mile deep, and the lack of flames, scallops, or other paint details gives the car a hardcore, no nonsense look that is insanely appealing. Some subtle yellow pinstriping gives it a traditional look, and the shaved door handles and modern mirrors are up-to-date and very slick. No matter what you''re driving, you''re probably going to give this little Deuce coupe a lot of leeway on the road. In the 1950s, few hot-rodders could afford leather, let alone buckets like you''ll find inside this coupe, but this is no ordinary rod. The gorgeous tan leather buckets were taken from a late-model, and offer vastly more adjustability than the standard bench, which means this car is all-day comfortable. Custom door panels were stitched up to match, and the gray carpets are nicely bound and finished. There''s a full complement of Dolphin gauges keeping an eye on the engine, all framed by a slick billet banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt column. Custom eyeball vents for the Vintage Air A/C system, power windows, and a Lokar shifter all add to the high-quality feel and make this car a pleasure to drive. This coupe also offers a completely upholstered trunk that still has room to spare despite the custom 15-gallon fuel cell. There was no messing around when it came time to make horsepower-that''s a fresh aluminum 5.7 liter Chrysler Hemi under the hood, complete with fuel injection, drive-by-wire throttle, and distributorless ignition. Dressed in its own coat of silver paint, there are a few tricks like the custom valve covers, serpentine belt drive system, and gorgeous custom headers. And you can forget 30-year-old 3-speed automatics, this one packs a modern 5-speed autobox that uses computers to deliver perfect shifts every time. Out back there''s a Jaguar-style independent suspension that''s been fully chromed, while up front there''s an independent setup with rack-and-pinion steering. Four-wheel discs, with the rears being inboard, give this Ford impressive stopping power, and with a monochromatic look that gives the chassis a highly detailed look, it''s a shame to take this little coupe off the lift. It achieves a traditional big-n-little look by using 15-inch front and 20-inch rear Cragar mags with 195/50/15 tires up front and massive 265/50/20 meats in back. Sure, you could build your own, but not for less than the asking price, and you certainly can''t duplicate this one''s level of modern technology. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.