The good news? This one-of-a-kind beauty was not sold on Ebay this week. The bad news? Even with bidding at $178,000, the reserve was not met. Commissioned by gearhead Tim Allen and put together by the renowned Moal Coachbuilders, this hot rod is unquestionably a fine piece of rolling art. Although the title lists it as a 1932 Ford, there’s not a lot about this vehicle that Henry and company would remember if they saw the Licorice Streak Special cruising through Dearborn on a sunny afternoon. Between the Art Deco inspired trim and moldings made by Takayuki “Kaki” Kakizaki and the Ford SVO 351 (with GT40 heads) lurking within, this is a truly unique and beautiful vehicle, as its 10 years worth of awards will attest to as well. With such an immaculate and spellbinding vehicle primed to go back on the auction block, it’s only a matter of time before it finds another home.
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