1932 Ford Pickup – Robert Lambert


  • 1932 Ford Pickup owned and built by Robert Lambert. NSRA Street Rod Nationals North Best Ford in a Ford Award Winner
  • For a perfect base he contacted Total Cost Involved Engineering for one of their rock-solid Deuce frames.
  • Ford 9-inch rear filled with 3.0:1 gears secured in place by a four-link with Panhard bar matched to shocks from SO-CAL Speed Shop.
  • Up front a Super Bell 4-inch dropped axle is deftly matched to early Ford spindles, hairpins, a Posies leaf spring, and shocks from SO-CAL Speed Shop.
  • 11-inch GM discs and calipers mounted at each corner
  • 15-inch front and 16-inch rear steelies from Coker Tire are wrapped in Firestone/Coker wide whites accented by caps and rings.
  • 306ci crate V-8 from Ford Racing generating a stout 340 hp was nailed to the ‘rails.
  • Ford Racing aluminum heads. Edelbrock 94-Series carbs. Ford C4 trans