1932 HI-BOY ROADSTER

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Based on: Steel '32 Roadster body

Engine: Blown 350

Horsepower: HP

Suspension:

Completed:

This unique project began a long time ago, and was the first street rod ever built here at S.A.R. Although the car had very few miles and was still in excellent condition when it recently arrived at the shop, the owner has been inspired to trade in his fiberglass body for a new steel one. We all know a simple body swap and paint job would be the easy route, but where is the fun in that? The car was originally built as an elegant and traditional red roadster, but S.A.R’s David Brost has conceived and illustrated an entirely original build theme for the car’s second time around. The new design draws heavily from European sports cars of the 1930’s and 40’s, but is also influenced by the early days of the dry lakes and California road racing. Although many of the original chassis components will be retained in the rebuild, the new rendition of this Roadster will be truly unique in it’s own right. There are a lot of interesting and unique touches that went into the “rebirth” of this Roadster.

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RENDERING

1 Photos

TRANSFORMATION

22 Photos

PRIME & PAINT

5 Photos

CHASSIS

26 Photos


INTERIOR

2 Photos

THE DETAILS

10 Photos

COMPLETION

9 Photos