1932 Ford Roadster
Roadster is an open two-seat vehicle with sports character. This one is a Roadster produced by Ford, a model from 1932. For those who didn’t know, the word ‘roadster’ means horse suitable for traveling back in the nineteenth century. This kind of car body styles were offered on automobiles of all sizes and classes at the beginning of the 20th century, for example cars like Ford Model T, Bugatti Royale or Cadillac V-16. Ford Motor Company produced only three cars between 1932 and 1934, Model B, Model 18 and Model 40.
For these three Ford versions were available only two engines – 201 cu-in / 3.3 L / L-head-4 l4 engine for the Model B and 221 cu-in / 3.6 L / Flathead V8 engine for the Model 18 and Model 40.