Based on: 1932 Remanufactured body
Engine: Aluminum Ardun by Ferguson
Suspension: Dropped Super Bell up front & Quick change in the rear
A Brookville 1932 3 window Coupe body was the start for this project. Next in the package was a Ferguson supercharged aluminum Ardun motor backed by a six-speed Tremec TKO. 1929 Nash headlights were restored and upgraded to 12 volt as well as 1936 Pontiac tail lights. The instrument cluster was donated by a 1936 Oldsmobile and retro fitted with modern calibrations by Classic Instruments. New indicator faces were designed and screened. Next, custom bumpers were designed by David Brost and fabricated “in house” for a unique touch to the outsides of the car. To go along with the appearance up front a custom headlight bar was designed, again by David, and fabricated with a location to hang a restored Bosch motorcycle horn and a Brost designed “Ardun” badge. Lots of individual and unique touches to this little ’32. The interior sports woodgrained trim, a restored vintage heater from Steve’s collection and a David Brost designed upholstery package stitched by Paul Reichlin of Mt. Vernon Washington. All four corners of the chassis are adorned with Blondel re-pop mag wheels and SoCal aluminum finned brakes.