Paul Spiewak out of Libertyville, Illinois is the second owner of this red, ’32 Ford three-window coupe.
According to Spiewak, he’s enjoyed the car for “two seasons,” but plans on eventually selling it so he can buy a Chevelle and another car for everyday use.
This three-window coupe is built right, with over $70k invested by the original owner. It includes a V8 with an Edelbrock carburetor, an AC compressor, chromed alternator and carved, air cleaner and valve covers.
Since he’s owned the car, all of the work done on Spiewak’s coupe has been done by TriPower Auto of Libertyville, and according to Spiewak, the engine “sounds as cool as it looks.”
The car also features wheels from Boyd Coddington, Toyo directional tires, an Alpine stereo with Massive amp and Rockford Fosgate speakers, a set of VDO gauges and Vintage heating and air.
We always like to look at street rods that are driveable, and with such amenities as four- wheel disc brakes, power windows and custom seats/interior, we just know that Spiewak’s beautiful ’32 is much more than sufficient for Spiewak – or for the person who will eventually own the car – when he winds through the Illinois countryside on those crisp, Sunday morning drives.
While we’re sad that Spiewak and his ’32 Ford coupe will soon be parting their separate ways, we are happy to know that another lucky motor enthusiast will soon get to enjoy this classic example of American hot-rodding. Currently, Spiewak is asking a generous, $44k for this fire engine-red, Ford coupe.