Summit Racing’s QuadraDeuce—the world’s first all-wheel-drive 1932 roadster which the company built in 1995—is for sale at auction at eBay Motors.

The auction went live July 30 and will run through August 9.

Troy Trepanier, owner of Manteno, IL-based Rad Rides by Troy, reworked the innovative ’32 Ford in 2000. The QuadraDeuce is powered by an all-aluminum 406 cubic-inch EFI small block Chevy built by John Lingenfelter. The car makes about 596 horsepower and about 450 foot-pounds of torque.

It features a Rossler TH-700R-4 transmission, a front differential with 3.43 gears from a GMC Syclone pickup, and a Corvette ZR-1 rear differential with 3.73 gears, and a GMC Syclone transfer case, according to Jim Greenleaf, Summit Racing’s Motorsports and Events Manager.

Other features include:

  • Custom A-arm front suspension and coil-over four-link rear suspension
  • Baer four-wheel disc brakes
  • COMP Cams solid-roller camshaft with 18-degree ported and polished Chevy Bowtie heads
  • PPG Smoke Charcoal Silver/Wild Cherry paint
  • Custom leather interior
  • One-off 18- and 20-inch Billet Specialties wheels, BFGoodrich g-Force tires

The QuadraDeuce has spunk. Car & Driver once clocked the car’s 0-60 time at 3.2 seconds.

You can read more details about the car build here, and check out the video below for a thorough look at this one-of-a-kind AWD street rod.

Author: Matt Griswold

After a 10-year newspaper journalism career, Matt Griswold spent another decade writing about the automotive aftermarket and motorsports. He was part of the original OnAllCylinders editorial team when it launched in 2012.