The 1932 Dearborne Deuce Steel Roadster is a combination of an elegant view with a hidden might. It is fairly rare to find these two features excellently balanced in a roadster.
Under its hood, there is a 427 cubic-inch Roush V8 which delivers 550 horsepower and 525 pound foot of torque. The original pair of frame rails was repaired and installed in a Deuce Steel frame. In addition, a convertible “Dearborn Deuce” body was implanted.
Take a glance at the following specifications:
- A Vintique gas tank of 16 gallons
- 5-speed Tremec transmission
- PPG Maroon painted body
- Knect dash inserts
- A Vintage Air unit
- A 2-spoke Vintique steering wheel