Best Engineered presented by Bruce's Rod Shop, Lonestar Roundup, 2011

Builders Choice Pick, Goodguys Columbus Nationals, 2010

Builders Choice Pick, Goodguys Pleasanton, 2010

Hot Rod of the Year, Goodguys Hot Rod Nationals, Indy, 2010

Magnum Axle award, Goodguys 8th Annual Mid-Western Nationals, 2009



Rodder's Journal, Issue 53




Frame/Manufacturer – 1932 Ford Boxed/Cornhusker Rails pinched and extended wheel base by FastLane Rod Shop

Rearend/Ratio – Winters Quick Change

Rear Suspension – Transverse leaf, Pete and Jake Ladder Bars

Rear Brakes – 11” drums, Modified SoCal Covers

Rear Shocks – RCD Bilstien

Front Suspension – Magnum 5" dropped axle, Modified front crossmember, Modified SoCal Hairpins/Batwings

Front Brakes – SoCal  

Front Shocks – RCD Bilstien

Master Cylinder – Ford/Custom made pedal

Steering Box – Pete and Jakes vega box

Steering Column – Modified Limeworks

Front Wheels – Real Wheels kidney beans

Rear Wheels - Halibrand

Front Tires - Michelin

Rear Tire – Hurst Cheater Slicks

Gas Tank – Tanks’32 Ford


Body Style– 1932 Ford Roadster (steel)

Body Manufacturer – Brookville Roadster

Hood – none yet

Radiator – Walker

Body Work/Paint - FastLane Rod Shop

Paint Type/Color – Dupont Super Jet Black

Headlights/Taillights – Jesse Greening/50 Pontiac

Windshield – 3 Inch Chopped

Other – All Chrome and polishing by Jon Wright's Custom Chrome Plating,


Make – GM ZZ4 Crate Engine

Displacement - 350

Manifold/Induction – Hilborn Fuel Injection

Ignition/Wires – Joe Hunt Mag/Taylor

Alternator – Smoothed and painted 1 Wire by PowerMaster

Cooling fan – Flexlite 15”

Headers – Speedway Ram manifolds

Exhaust/Mufflers – Full 2 1/2” (utilizing Ron Covell Donuts), Coated inside and out/Stainless Tube mufflers, by FastLane Rod Shop

Dress Up – Block/Heads ground smooth and painted, Milodon oil pan.


Make – Tremac 5 Speed

Shifter – Hurst handle

Driveshaft – Custom by Sadler Power Train

CLutch Linkage – Custom by FastLane Rod Shop


Dashboard – Panel of unknown origins, restored

Gauges – Classic Instruments/Custom Faces to match Sun tach

Wiring Panel – Centech

Steering Wheel – Limeworks

Seats – Aluminum by Frank Wallic

Upholsterer – Steve Ralfs, Durant, Iowa

Stereo – Hilborn Injected small block

Other – All switches hidden behind dash, all panels made in steel, flared hole pieces all removable for cleaning