The 1950s gave birth to hot-rodding and car customizing became much more of an art form than a practical exercise designed to wring as much speed out of a car as possible. The “Hula Girl” is a beautiful example of what can be done with the iconic 1932 Ford. This is a “full-fendered” roadster. It first showed up at the Oakland Roadster Show in 1952. Then, two years later, it was channeled, which allowed the body of the car to sit lower without altering the suspension. Powered by a supercharged Ford flathead V8 with Ardun heads, this car is the epitome of what a hot-rod roadster should be. That’s probably why it is a part of Craig Jackson’s (the Jackson in Barrett-Jackson) personal collection.