Deuce Steel, the product development division of Hot Rods & Custom Stuff, has announced the introduction of the latest addition to its line of custom parts for 1932 Fords. The new Deuce Steel Rear Rolled Pan features a reveal crease that mirrors the crease on the stock rear valance and the original gas tank. This serves to add a distinctive, finished look to the bobbed rear end of 1932 Roadsters and five-window coupes, according to the company. The Deuce Steel Rolled Pan also has a slight compound curve to the lower surface to add character to this critical design element.
The Deuce Steel Rolled Pan includes corners that match the Rolled Pan contours as well as those of the original Ford body where they meet. The Deuce Steel Rolled Pan and corners are made of 18-gauge cold rolled steel with mounting provisions to allow easy mounting to a 1932 body and are ready for final finishing to match the car.
For more information, visit www.hotrodscustomstuff.com.