'32 Vicky!

Monday August 18th, 2014 / 2:37 PM

This week on PowerNation Courtney features an awesome blown 1932 Ford Vicky. Owned by Louisville, Kentucky hot rod enthusiast Ladonna Wahl, there’s no missing the Chevy 355 inch smallblock with dual barrels, topped off with a Weiand 6-71 blower that makes five hundred horsepower! That killer color is PPG “Plum Pearl-ecent” and its carried into the interior as well. Ladonna’s Vicky has Lavender tweed and Plum leather seats and the digital gauge cluster sits in a purple dash with a purple trimmed steering wheel. It rolls on Billet Specialty Wheels and BFG rubber, seventeens in the front, twenties in the rear. Ladonna and her husband Rick are both gearheads as he joins her at car shows and events in his ’32 hot rod. By the way, 1932 was the first year Ford introduced the soon to be iconic Flathead engine. Check it all out on PowerNation August 23rd – 28th.