If your first thought is “why?” then this Ferrari-powered 1932 Ford hot rod is not for you.
If your first thought is “why?” then this Ferrari-powered 1932 Ford hot rod is not for you. But for the rest of us, it presents a fascinating juxtaposition that would be sure to attract attention everywhere it goes.
Offered by a classic car dealer in West Hollywood, California, the Pick of the Day is a 1932 Ford custom that’s powered by a turbocharged Ferrari V8 engine.
According to the advertisement on ClassicCars.com, the vehicle was built using a 1932 Ford chassis with independent rear suspension. At the rear are 15-inch disc brakes with four-piston calipers. Up front, there’s a drop axle with brake discs hidden behind aluminum drums. The Ferrari-powered Ford rides on 18-inch wheels. The suspension features KW racing shocks.
The ’32 Ford bodywork is fiberglass with power windows, pop-up doors, and a steel grille and high-capacity aluminum radiator. The body is painted a Ferrari-themed satin red with the iconic Prancing Horse logo on the cowl and wheel hubs.
There also are Mishimoto intercoolers for the 3.0-liter Ferrari V8, vintage 1989 and twin-turbocharged to provide 950 horsepower. That power is fed through a 6-speed Tremec manual gearbox and racing clutch.
The car is equipped with 5-point safety harnesses, full roll cage and leather bucket seats.
The asking price is $250,000, or best offer.
To view this listing on ClassicCars.com, see Pick of the Day.