You don’t typically think about hot rods when you talk about Ford, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. In fact, there are some pretty powerful cars out there based on Ford models, like this Double Down by Fuller Moto.
It’s an all-wheel drive hot rod based on Ford’s 1932 coupe. It uses a beefed up Jon Kaase Boss Nine engine that pushes out 825 horsepower, and it has a custom made Indy-style suspension. It uses a G-Force 5-speed transmission. The hot rod was designed for Jet-Hot Coatings, who wanted a car to use to showcase their coatings at racing venues. And, it was built with one thing in mind: driving. With such a stellar power to weight ratio, we can only imagine how quickly this thing blitzes to 60 mph from a standstill. And now’s our chance to own it, as the ’32 Double Down is headed to the auction block on January 23rd. Check out the video below. [Purchase]
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