1932 Ford 0032 Roadster

The Vault presented by Hagerty®

2000 AMBR Winner

Billed as a hot rod built for the new millennium, this sleek roadster styled by renowned automotive designer Chip Foose was originally called Boydster II and painted yellow, for its 1996 debut at the Grand National Roadster Show, which it won. In keeping with Foose’s original vision for the car, it was later mildly restyled and painted black for its 2000 National Roadster Show appearance, during which it earned the coveted America’s Most Beautiful Roadster (AMBR) award for the second time. (455)

The Margie and Robert E. Petersen Collection