If you’ve ever wanted to own a classic 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe, but didn’t want to go through the trouble of searching junkyards or scouring the Internet for parts, then this product from Ford Component Sales has you covered.
Ford’s restoration parts program is now offering replica body shells of the 1932 5-Window Coupe, which has been a staple in hot-rodding culture ever since the boom of the hot rod and cruising cultures following World War II.
“With the 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe body shell, you can literally build a classic-looking hot rod, ordering Ford restoration parts right from your computer and avoid visiting a wrecking yard,” said Dennis Mondrach, restoration licensing manager at Ford Component Sales.
The Ford restoration parts program encompasses more than 9,000 licensed parts for a variety of Ford vehicles, from the Model T to those produced in 2007.
“Ford Racing can supply crate motors and performance products to suit any appetite,” said Mondrach. “Most of the parts needed to complete a build, including hardware, drivetrain, interior parts, even instruments with classic or customized faces are available.”
The 5-Window body shell, which was previously unveiled at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, is stamped from new metal and welded and assembled with state-of-the-art fixtures to maintain its original dimensions. The shell and other components are manufactured to Ford Motor Company standards by United Pacific Industries — the officially-licensed supplier.