Devine’s 1932 Roadster

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  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster
  • Devine 1932 Roadster

This ‘32 Ford roadster had been a burning ember in the mind of John Devine for many years.

The body is a Brookville and the chassis components are SO-Cal Speed Shop—some of them heavily modified, per the discerning eye of Mr. Devine. An LS3 engine topped with an MSD Atomic E.F.I. system was put through a TREMEC 5-speed and mated to a 9” Ford rearend. SO-Cal wheels on Excelsior tires complete the visual. The modified DuVall windshield has the center bar incorporated into the hood hinge over the cowl and even ties into the “bullnose” on the grille shell. The burgundy paint, cinnamon Ultra Leather interior and 30‘s-era Chevrolet olive drab accents make John’s roadster really stand out in a sea of fine automobiles.