In celebration of 30 years in business, United Pacific’s Classic Car Division collaborated with hot rodding icon - Roy Brizio. With 40+ years of experience building hot rods, Brizio and his team spearheaded the reproduction of a 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe using one of our steel bodies that has been officially licensed by the Ford Motor Company. With the passion of building excellence, United Pacific’s 5-Window Coupe is powered by a Ford 302 crate motor that’s been stroked to 347 ci, topped with Edelbrock induction and fuel injection, and mated to a 700R4 transmission to put the power down to the rear wheels.
Other modifications include a Vintage Air Front Runner accessory drive system & A/C, Wilwood disc brakes, Classic Instruments gauges, and Flaming River steering column. Dan Fink supplied the front grille while the wheels & tires came courtesy of Coker. The 5-Window Coupe was debuted at the 2014 SEMA Show. The build collaboration was featured by media outlets like Rodder’s Journal, Street Muscle Magazine, FF Journal, Reincarnation, MotorTrend’s Hot Rod Network, and more.