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Check Out Jet Hot’s Double Down 1932 Ford Project At Fuller Hot Rods – Boss 429 Power and All Wheel Drive!


Check Out Jet Hot’s Double Down 1932 Ford Project At Fuller Hot Rods – Boss 429 Power and All Wheel Drive!

One of the craziest projects that is being built in the country today is the “Double Down 1932 Ford roadster that Bryan Fuller is building for Jet Hot High Performance Coatings. This is a steel bodied ’32 that has a Jon Kaase built Boss 429 engine in the front of it, mile wide vintage magnesium racing wheels, steam roller tires, and oh yeah, all wheel drive! The car has quick change axles on both ends and should be absolutely amazing when finished. Knowing the Jet Hot dudes and dudettes like we do, this car isn’t going to be sitting on a rotating table with a mirror under it at car shows, it is going to be raced and autocrossed, and thrashed like it deserves to be. Knowing Fuller’s work like we do, it will be finished with amazing detail and it’ll do exactly what they want it to do.

The company will use this car as a platform to highlight their products and we’re interested to see what color they paint it and what color they coat the headers and other components to complete the look. We’re going to keep you posted on how this build progresses as we continue to learn more. This video was made back in February, but you can see that the motor is set in the car and that the axles are in position, etc. You can get the whole flavor of the car and it’ll be one of the coolest ’32s ever if you ask us!

The bonus is that you’ll also see some of Fuller’s other projects in the shop like unique bikes and some other hot rods. Bryan Fuller is one busy guy and that’s good for us because he and his guys crank out bitchin’ work!

PRESS PLAY BELOW TO SEE JET HOT’S DOUBLE DOWN ’32 AND MORE AT BRYAN FULLER’S SHOP!


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