Whenever a Chip Foose creation comes to mind it’s usually about design and performance. Well, that’s not always the case, and the P-32. proves that This quirky creation was designed by Chip Foose as a personal project with an emphasis on WWII-era warplanes. Keeping that in mind, one look at the design of the car will send you back to early war-era designs. The P-32 is every bit of a warplane merged into a modern hot rod design. There has been nothing else like it on the auto show circuit since Foose released it (via Chip Foose).
The core of it is built on a ’32 Ford and a Brookville body. Foose made modifications to it to achieve the lowered stance that’s visible in all of his designs. The elongated nose gave the car the look of a shark or even a B-52 bomber. The classic rat rod style wheels make sure that the rest of the car stays in line with its character. Under the hood is a modern V8 engine that gave the car a serious amount of performance to horse around with. There are very few Foose creations that had the impact of the P-32.