“Raybestos” 32 Roadster Pickup

This 1932 Ford Roadster pickup was built as a giveaway promotion for Raybestos Brake Corporation.  The design concept was to create the ultimate shop truck with a vintage Indy car aesthetic.  Unique features include low long sleek proportions, extended wheelbase, adjustable torsion bar suspension front and rear, one of a kind Indy car aluminum knock off wheels, the first ever Ford Coyote engine in a hot rod (2010), and the first Hilborn Coyote stack injection.  It also features a Speedway quick change rear end, 5 speed Tremec trans, Indy style skeleton brakes in the rear and vintage Corvette brakes up front.  The truck performed as well as it looked, and  participated in multiple track events.