T Roadster

ALL POSTS FROM CATEGORY


32 Ford Roadster Steel Body
October 24, 2017

32 Ford Roadster Steel Body

Production Dearborn Deuce Convertibles™ debut at York, PA June 2004 Full production has now begun on the much-awaited 32 roadster body with its innovative disappearing top. An impressive lineup of production bodies at the NSRA Nats East in York, Penn. on June 4, 5, and 6th, 2004 clearly demonstrated production capabilities. After producing the first 300 bodies…

1932 Ford Model b Roadster
August 19, 2017

1932 Ford Model b Roadster

For the discerning hot rod collector, TrueWest Imports presents a truly rare opportunity to purchase the legendary “Dick Miller 1932 Ford Model B Roadster”. This gorgeous red fully-fendered 1932 Ford Roadster has quite a storied history dating back to the mid-seventies. The car was built by street rodder and world famous Bonneville land speed record holder Jerry…

27 t Roadster Body
August 5, 2017

27 t Roadster Body

LANA O’Neill isn’t your stock-standard 16-year-old gal. Nup, she’s usually found in the shed with her dad Bill, covered in grinding dust and weld splatters. She’s been wielding the tools on her own sweet ’27 T roadster, a build that she started when she was just 12! How’d you get to be building a rad T? As a kid I had a miniature 1932 go-kart that was purple…

31 Ford Roadster
June 10, 2017

31 Ford Roadster

Stock #89-DFW Engine: 305 CID V8 Transmission: 5 Speed Manual Mileage: 78 (since rebuilt) Body Style: Roadster Exterior Color: Purple Interior Color: Beige OPTIONS Aluminum Wheels Custom Wheels Leather Interior Racing Slicks Radial Tires For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom is a show ready 1931 Ford Model A Roadster. Assembled by Bear Metal Kustoms out…

1940 Ford Roadster
June 19, 2017

1940 Ford Roadster

NOTABLE AWARDS: 2013 Ridler Award BIO: Mike Dizona was a simple Midwest dirt track racer who lived for his weekends, campaigning his ’32 Ford Roadster with an 8BA Flathead. To get his Roadster to the track, Mike would tow it with his trusty ’40 Ford Coupe, his daily driver. He always enjoyed driving the ’40 and had visions of turning it into a racer as well adding…

1934 Ford Roadster Body
March 15, 2017

1934 Ford Roadster Body

Can your Roadster body or your Roadster PU body be mounted on a stock frame? STEVE: Yes they can. Our assembly fixtures are based on an original stock frame so the body mounting holes are pre located at stock locations. Can your Roadster bodies be built with stock items like a firewall, floor pan, and/or dash? Since our bodies are all assembled per each individual…

34 Ford Roadster Kit
January 8, 2017

34 Ford Roadster Kit

Gearheads everywhere can relate to mating season. That’s when you’re building a kit car, custom classic truck, musclecar, street rod, or racecar from the ground up, and you put the new engine and transmission together, place it in the chassis, and install the body on the chassis for the first time ever. Sure, you’re bound to encounter some mishaps. Perhaps you…

Steel Roadster Body
May 23, 2017

Steel Roadster Body

The Dearborn Deuce Convertible - A revolutionary all steel 32 roadster body. **Pictured above is a car completed using our Dearborn Deuce body** The Dearborn Deuce Convertible is an all-steel roadster body redesigned around an amazing, fully disappearing top assembly. A standard 32 roadster body falls short of the necessary requirements to package a top like…

Bucket t Roadster
November 18, 2016

Bucket t Roadster

UNIQUE & VERY ENTERTAINING! 350 V8, TH350 TRANS, 4 WHEEL DISCS, BEAUTIFUL PAINT! Traditional rods are red hot, and nothing s more traditional than a 1923 Model T roadster stuffed full of a vintage small block Chevy. With a cool combination of track-T and T-bucket styling plus great workmanship, this is the kind of sportster your grandfather may have dreamed…

Ford Roadster Kit Car
December 12, 2016

Ford Roadster Kit Car

As with most great ideas, the brainstorm to build this cool but realistic car occurred during a bench racing session. Unlike most bench racing ideas, though, four months later this dream was a super-detailed and driveable highboy. Everyone involved (SplitFire, which sponsored the buildup; Thom Taylor, who drew the car’s initial look; Lobeck’s Hot Rods, which…