Throughout its history, many Ford models have been modified or hot-rodded. Some of the most popular models used by customizers were the Ford Model A, Ford Model B, and Ford Model 18 and 40. These cars were easily available, and simple enough to be worked on by most people, leading to a wave of customized early Fords. The 'Hi-Boy' hot rods are a common example of a well known customization style. Hi-Boy hot rods generally had their fenders removed, and featured a chopped, or modified body. Due to the wide variety and extent of modifcations performed, it is very difficult to collectively value this group of cars, requiring close inspection of each example and its provenance in order to determine value. While modified Ford's continued to be built by their owners after 1934, this 'golden era' of hot rods ended when Ford introduced their 1935 Model 48 & 68.
Q: What is the highest sale price of a Ford Hot Rod / Hi-Boy?
A: The top sale price was $330,000 for a 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe Hot Rod on May 22 2021.
Q: What is the lowest sale price of a Ford Hot Rod / Hi-Boy?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $948 for a 1932 Ford Three-Window Coupe Custom on September 04 2020.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Ford Hot Rod / Hi-Boy?
A: The average price of a Ford Hot Rod / Hi-Boy is $45,688.
Q: When was the Ford Hot Rod / Hi-Boy produced?
A: The Ford Hot Rod / Hi-Boy was sold for model years 1928 to 1934.