If loud pipes do, in fact, save lives, the next owner of this 1932 Ford Victoria Gasser will live forever. This has everything to do with the Ford’s 60s style 327 small block Chevy V8 and the very short, very unmuffled pipes through which it exhales. The engine also possesses Fuelie cylinder heads and breathes through a McGurk intake with no fewer than 6 Stromburg 97s. Quite the period set up, this, and the perfect compliment to the Ford’s gold, diamond tuck interior, Nassau Blue paint and sky-high gasser stance. The current owner and broker who owns the Vicky gasser says he bought the car from the owner of 40+ years and that the car was built in the mid sixties and raced in Nogales, Mexico and Tucson, Arizona. After the car was sold in 1971 it entered long term storage and only recently emerged. The seller is responsible for the new engine and took care in reviving the mechanicals. He took even greater care to ensure the Ford would retain absolutely all of its period charm. The result is a car that looks period authentic, drives well and lies near the top of our “Wish We Owned It” list. Find the Ford for sale here on eBay in Tucson, Arizona with the reserve not yet met at $25,100.