Matt Hurley's 1932 Ford Roadster

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Photo courtesy of Chris May.
Photo courtesy of Chris May.
Photo courtesy of Chris May.
Photo courtesy of Chris May.

1932 Ford Roadster owned by Matt Hurley of Colfax, North Carolina. The car was built by Hot Rod Garage in Oklahoma. It was dressed up with an interior by Aaron Lawrence in Oklahoma and a top by Brian Willingham in Arizona. Inside, it features original Stewart-Warner gauges and Hollywood-panel on a widened '32 dash. Power comes from a 327 with a dual quad setup from a 1957 Chevrolet Corvette. The engine is backed by a T5 and a quick change rear. It features a louvered rear deck lid and hood and small, subtle custom touches everywhere. The build was completed in 2020.[1]



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