Vic Edelbrock Jr.’s 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe was displayed all week in the Ford Booth at the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Take a look at how she gracefully sat as spectators had the privilege of getting an up close and personal look.
The 1932 Ford Roadster Story
In 2004 Edelbrock commissioned Roy Brizio Street Rods to build this exquisite 1932 Ford Roadster for Edelbrock sisters Christi and Camee. Roy Brizio, one of the worlds foremost ’32 Ford aficionados, combined his talents with the manufacturing muscle of Edelbrock’s Made in USA performance parts creating a street-rod build for the ages. TLC documented the guality and detail of the build on their Rides TV program, cementing the car’s legacy as the Edelbrock “TLC” Roadster. This beauty boasts a candy-apple red finish accented by the classic flames, black leather interior with red stitching and the 435HP Edelbrock powered Small-block Chevrolet engine.