Facts & Figures
Don and Nancy Wilbur
Spokane, Washington
1932 Ford Fordor sedan

CHASSIS
Frame / Manufacturer '32 Ford / Pyramid Auto Engineering (Bellingham, WA)
Wheelbase 115"
Modifications boxed, Model A–style front crossmember, tubular center crossmember by Pyramid Auto Engineering
Chassis plumbing stainless line and rubber tubing
Rearend quick-change gearcase by Winters Performance Products (York, PA), built by Dutchman Motorsports (Portland, OR)
Rear suspension hairpins by Magnum Axle Company (Oakhurst, CA), coilover dampers by Aldan Eagle Shock Absorbers (Carson, CA)
Rear brakes Ford 11" drum
Front suspension hairpins, batwings, 5" dropped axle, spindles, and steering arms by Magnum Axle Company, monoleaf spring by James J. Durant Enterprises (Newport Beach, CA)
Front brakes calipers and rotors by Wilwood Engineering (Camarillo, CA), Magnum Axle Company backing plates
Master cylinder dual-circuit master and reverse-mount 90-degree pedal assembly by Kugel Komponents (La Habra, CA)
Steering box Vega-style by Mullins (Torrington, CT)
Wheel make, size Halibrand Performance Corporation (Wellington, KS), 15x4 and 17x8
Front tire make, size Firestone F560, 145R15
Rear tire make, size Firestone Transforce HT, LT235/75R-17
Gas tank Vintique with relocated fuel filler by Bob Bissonette at Rod Builders (Spokane, WA)
Other chassis items slugged holes in framehorns by Bob Bissonette at Rod Builders
ENGINE
Make Chevrolet
Displacement 350 ci
Assembly Howard Green (Spokane, WA)
Camshaft COMP Cams (Memphis TN)
Cooling fan 17" Slim-Line electric, Cooling Components (Memphis, TN)
Radiator Walker Radiator Works (Memphis, TN)
Alternator GM 10SI-style, 100-amp, chrome
Accessory brackets Bill's Hot Rod Company (Covina, CA)
Valve covers Mooneyes with Mooneyes breathers (Santa Fe Springs, CA)
Manifold / Induction 5418-series 3x2, Edelbrock / Rochester 2G by Automotion Rochester Carburetor Service (Great Falls, MT)
Ignition / Wires magneto-style conventional ignition by Joe Hunt Magnetos (Rancho Cordova, CA)
Headers H8018-1, full-length street rod headers by Patriot Exhaust (San Dimas, CA)
Exhaust / Mufflers 2-1/4" steel / pack-style by Magnaflow (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA)
Transmission GM TH350 by Roger Domini (Spokane, WA)
Shifter column mount by Juliano's Hot Rod & Auto Accessories (Ellington, VT)
BODY
Body style / Material Fordor sedan / steel
Body manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Body mods door edges extended 3/16" by Korey Huenink, chopped 3-1/2" in front, 3" in back by Kenny Gilmour, Pyramid Auto Engineering
Hood three-piece by Al Swedberg, Swedberg Custom Metal (Centralia, WA)
Grille '32 Ford
Bodywork Korey Huenink (Spokane, WA)
Paint type PPG Concept-series base/clear acrylic urethane
Painter Korey Huenink
Graphics Jeff &"Von Dago" Scazzaro (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho)
Headlights / Taillights '32 ford / '37 Ford, molded to body by Steve Skuhra, Pyramid Auto Engineering
Outside mirror stock '32-style by Vintiques
INTERIOR
Dashboard '40 Ford, narrowed and grafted by Steve Skuhra, Pyramid Auto Engineering
Insert / Gauges '40 Ford DeLuxe, restored
Air conditioning Gen II climate control by Vintage Air (San Antonio, TX)
Wiring Kim's Hot Rods (Spokane, WA)
Steering wheel billet aluminum '40 Ford-style by Juliano's Hot Rod & Auto Accessories
Steering column billet aluminum '40-Ford style with column shift by Juliano's Hot Rod & Auto
Seats '32 Ford
Upholsterer C&B Upholstery (Spokane, WA)
Material / Color leather and vinyl / taupe
Carpet square-weave wool
Seatbelts Beam's Industries lift-latch style, Juliano's Hot Rod & Auto Accessories
Other interior items front seat moved rearward