Nothing says hot rod like a 1932 Ford coupe. Unfortunately, those classic lines made it so popular with street rod builders that over the years, finding an original body that’s still usable became almost impossible. Well, Ford has the answer. Just like the early Mustangs, brand new body shells are available for the ’32 5 window coupe so you can build your street rod with clean sheet metal.
Whenever possible, Ford uses the original tooling to make the reproduction parts; in some cases, if tooling is no longer available, new tooling is designed to the original specifications.
The 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe body shell, … is stamped from new metal, and welded and assembled with state-of-the-art fixtures to maintain dimensional integrity. The finished body receives a rust-preventative coating for additional protection.
Every component manufactured by United Pacific Industries, the officially licensed supplier, is made to Ford Motor Company standards. The strict licensing process helps ensure any parts bearing the company’s official trademarks meet the quality standards and authenticity Ford classic car enthusiasts demand.
Each approved part comes with a blue-and-white sticker with the Ford logo stating it is an officially licensed restoration part. That means fit, function and appearance is as authentic as the original.
Ford Racing can supply crate motors and performance products to suit any appetite. Most of the parts needed to complete a build – including hardware, drivetrain, interior parts, even instruments with classic or customized faces – are available. You can build your car as a classic, or upgrade the components and build your own version of an icon that was part of the cruising culture in the 1950s and 1960s. You choose.
Stop searching through junk yards for some rusty remnants, just sit down at your computer and order what you need, because building is a much better use of your time.