The 1932 Ford is deemed as the ultimate hot rod since the inception of hot rodding back in the Thirties. The Deuce's popularity is easy to understand. In 1931, the Model A was quite dear to Henry Ford and what reached the showrooms was a milestone in many ways. It was speedy, more comfortable and a more refined version. It was a masterpiece of industrial design, and yet the luxury was made to be affordable.
The Deuce sported a prominently remarkable and timeless grille. Two different styles of the 1932 Ford passenger car grille inserts were introduced. Also, famously referred as the "Baby Lincoln", the 1932 model was hugely accepted and sold quite well, while establishing Ford as the reliable and affordable provider of luxury cars.
All 1932 Ford models incorporated black fenders and wire wheels with a rear-mounted spare wheel (side mounted on the models featuring a tail gate). The other features also included single or twin side- mounts, luggage rack, a clock, interior and exterior mirrors, and the option of leather or Broadcloth (closed cars) inner materials.