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 vintage street brawler, and if it could, it would probably have a pack of Lucky Strikes rolled up in its T-shirt sleeve. This is the car every hot-rodder of the ''50s dreamed of building, and it can finally be yours after all those years of dreaming. The body is by P&J, 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 DuPont Tuxedo Black 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. 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 seats 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 VDO gauges keeping an eye on the engine, and overhead a custom console holds the AM/FM/CD player and a pair of speakers, because space is precious inside a 3-window coupe. Custom eyeball vents for the Vintage Air A/C system, a brushed aluminum tilt steering column, 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 includes a space-saver spare. There was no messing around when it came time to make horsepower-that''s a 454 cubic inch big block Chevy under that narrow Ford hood, and it cranks out a very stout 425 horsepower. Dressed in its own coat of sinister black paint, there''s a bit of bright work thanks to the cast aluminum valve covers, billet accessories, and a chrome air cleaner, but for the most part, it''s all business. The chassis was assembled by Street Rods by Michael, and features frame rails by American Stamping, a 4-bar front suspension, and a Ford 8-inch rear hanging on a set of coil-overs. A TH350 3-speed automatic swaps the gears so all you have to do is stomp and steer while the fat 15-inch BFGoodrich tires try to maintain their grip. The perfect finishing touch are those powdercoated black steel wheels with simple trim rings and hubcaps. You could build your own, but you can''t do it for less than the asking price, and this one is available right now. Give us a call and get all the details today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.