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Vehicle Specifications and Contact Information


Details

Year
1932
Make
Dodge
Model
Coupe
Mileage Or Exempt
Exempt
Vin
03570156

Engine & Transmission

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
327 V8
Engine Number
Transmission Type
3 Speed Automatic
Transmission Spec
TH350

Exterior

Body Color
Red
Body Style
Coupe
Doors
2

Interior

Interior Color
Tan
Seating Type
Bucket
Shifter Type
Column
Center Console
No

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High Quality Dodge Street Rod! ALL Steel Body with A/C and More!


1932 Dodge 3 Window Coupe

VIN 03570156

This Dodge was inherited from a friend who passed away. His friend was the one who did the restoration. A poster board with details on the build is included in the sale. Built by David Henson of “Show Cars Only” in Louisville, KY

Mechanics

327ci Chevy Engine Rebuilt
Turbo 350 Transmission Rebuilt
9” Ford Rear End
Posi-Traction Rear End
Fat Man Mustang Rear End
Vintage Heat and Air
Coil Over Shocks
Rack and Pinion Steering Setup
Mustang 2 Front Suspension
Billet Aluminum Valve Covers
Billet Aluminum Wire Ways
Jet Coated Headers
Chrome Alternator
Chrome Starter
Aluminum Water Pump
HEI Distributor
Aluminum Intake

Body

All Steel Body
Beautiful PPG Torch Red Paint
Swing Out Windshield
Thirty Spoke Cragar Wheels
15” BF Goodrich Tires 195/60/15 Front 255/70/15 Rear
All The Trim Looks Great
All the Gaps Look Good
Doors Operate Awesome
Door Lips Look Great
Door Jams Look Good
Trunk Looks Great
Great Looking Grill
Beautiful Chrome
Great Looking Headlights
Great Looking Tail Lights

Interior

Tan Leather Interior
All Custom Interior
All Handles Look Good
Tilt Steering Column
Bucket Seats
Billet Specialty's Steering Wheel
Headliner Looks Great
Custom Gauges
Aftermarket Radio

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History of the Dodge Coupe

To fit better in the Chrysler Corporation lineup, alongside low-priced Plymouth and medium-priced DeSoto, Dodge's lineup for early 1930 was trimmed down to a core group of two lines and thirteen models (from three lines and nineteen models just over a year previous). Prices started out just above DeSoto but were somewhat less than top-of-the-line Chrysler, in a small-scale recreation of General Motors' “step-up” marketing concept. DeSoto and Dodge would swap places in the market for the 1933 model year, Dodge dropping down between Plymouth and DeSoto.

For 1930, Dodge took another step up by adding a new eight-cylinder line to replace the existing Senior six-cylinder. This basic format of a dual line with Six and Eight models continued through 1933, and the cars were gradually streamlined and lengthened in step with prevailing trends of the day. The Dodge Eight was replaced by a larger Dodge DeLuxe Six for 1934 and which was dropped for 1935. A long-wheelbase edition of the remaining Six was added for 1936 and would remain a part of the lineup for many years.