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Road Test Burnout in a 32 Ford HI – BOY American Hot Rod Icon

Road Test Burnout in a 32 Ford HI – BOY American Hot Rod Icon
This video features a very well built 1932 Ford HI-Boy owned by Ed and Leigh Anne Evans. With their permission (pretty much), I put this amazing Hot Rod through it’s paces up in the twisty mountain roads…where it performed flawlessly and was a riot to drive! Proving the fact that great craftsmanship, combined with tried and true Hot Rodding parts, makes for an amazing overall package!


13 thoughts on “Road Test Burnout in a 32 Ford HI – BOY American Hot Rod Icon

  1. This car is awesome i want this for my birthday ­čÖé ´╗┐


  3. Looks and sounds great! Thankyou for sharing your experience!´╗┐

  4. Lets give credit to the guy that built the car, Rick May, North Plains,

  5. This is a beautiful car..big dollars invested..congrats…when i put mine
    together (search Frankenstude Too here on utube) I wanted something
    different. I did a Studebaker body,on a Ford frame with a 69 Lincoln 460
    and a 4spd, cut the body in half and made it 5″ wider..light cars with big
    hp equals..more smiles per mile…´╗┐

  6. there is a reason people choose Chevy engines in old Ford cars. 1 parts are
    cheap for Chevys, 2 they are small in size and fit easily 3 you can get
    huge hp and be reliable.. its a perfect combination..mine has a 475hp
    lincoln 460..just to be different…´╗┐

  7. How did he get duel webbers on a chevy?´╗┐

  8. Cruisin down the pacific coast Highway and you put the top down .. how cool
    is that!´╗┐

  9. Dual webbers…More like Carter AFB s to me…´╗┐

  10. You lost me at fiberglass body, goodbye!´╗┐

  11. massaaaa.´╗┐

  12. Fully chromed & polished independent rear suspension!´╗┐

  13. That’s no Rat Rod much nicer´╗┐

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