The AeroTech F32 motor was the result of a project by Scott Pearce to make a full impulse 'F' motor in 24mm diameter.
Scott was working on this around 1987-1988.
The first motors tested out as F34 and Scott sent me two of those when I had moved from AeroTech in Las Vegas to Enertek in Phoenix.
I still have those motors.
At some point the motor casing size was used for two different motors.
One was the F32 using White Lightning propellant.
The other was a F72 using Blue Thunder propellant.
These were single-use motors.
I flew a cluster of F72s in a LOC Viper III. Man, did that rocket get up and go!
I believe the F32 and F72 were discontinued in the 1990s.
I don't know anything about the history of the current F32.