“The most compelling facet of the roadster is that the car has the grace and sophistication of a late ’30s/early ’40s Lincoln Zephyr. Lincoln ‘options’ include: ’40 Zephyr hubcaps, exterior door buttons, sectioned dashboard and shortened steering wheel, vintage Tropic Aire heater (which was a dealer-installed option in ’36 Lincolns), ’36 Zephyr foglamps, handcrafted ’36 Zephyr taillights, a rumble seat handle reworked from a ’39 Zephyr door handle, and custom one-off billet artillery wheels manufactured by The Wheelsmith. The Olds J2 engine is well disguised with hand-formed and reworked ’55 Lincoln V-8 valve covers. Finally, the roadster features a one-off polished stainless grille (created by Grille Art) reminiscent of a Pines Winter Front accessory, rarely found on ’32 Lincolns. Michael Cima, avid street rodder and owner of Pitt Tool & Die Co., personally designed and manufactured several of the one-off components that truly enhance the timeless elegance of the car.”
Regardless of its inspiration, intent, etc., Michael’s ’32 is undeniably one good-looking, stylish, and very well built roadster. End of story (literally, this is the end …).
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1932 Ford Roadster