Fuller Racing’s Double Down ’32 Ford spotted at SEMA 2013

Photography from SpeedHunters coverage of SEMA 2013

If custom open top hot rods are your thing then you should check out the Double Down ’32 Ford built by Fuller Racing. It’s currently in the build process but if progress thus far is any indication, this build is going to be jaw dropping when finished.

The Double Down’32 Ford is powered by a 750 horsepower John Kaase Boss Nine crate motor, which is based on Ford’s legendary Boss 429 big block. But that’s just the beginning. The bare interior reveals all that v8 power is being transferred to all four wheels via a custom AWD transmission.

Another look at the front end of the Double Down ’32 Ford shows the differential cover protruding through like a mini bumper. We hear that once the build is completed the car will see track time including the likes of Bonneville and autocrosses. Glad to see those AP Racing brakes and slick rubber are installed to haul the car down from foreseen ludicrous speeds. Look for more on this car in 2014.


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