1932 Ford Roadster Highboy completely rebuilt. Violet Metallic LSU Ghost Flames.The entire car was pro-built with 100% new parts and inspected by NSRA Techs. It is street legal and flawless inside and out and was appraised with a value of $60,000 (with over $65,000 invested) by Michael Vogler at Special Interest Cars. It is Violet Metallic (great for a LSU fan) the ghost flames and pinstripes were recently done ($3,000). Drives like a new sports car, smooth, with a mellow yet classy sound instead of being annoyingly loud. Has a new Chevy 350 crate engine that was modified from 350-410hp. Brakes stop great, 4-wheel power disc breaks and rack and pinion steering. The radio/CD has lot of power with 4 speakers and sounds great going down the highway. CB radio has a booster speaker under the dash, and works/sounds good at high speeds as well. Cell phone chargers hidden under the seats. All gauges and electronics work like new. Clear/blue 1932 Ford title. It has less than 7,000 miles on all new parts now.