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Old 11-23-2018, 06:01 PM   #1
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Default 1934 Model A

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Old 11-23-2018, 07:16 PM   #2
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Not sure but I think that's a 33 grille - a bit different from 34. Anyway, interesting pic - 32 grille on A is fairly common but I've never seen a 33-34 on one.
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It looks like the grille is a little high, so the hoods slopes towards the windshield.
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Yes, a 34 grille and front bumper. A fabricated hood. Early Hot Rod. 35 Rims? and looks like a racer on the trailer.
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Front guards look as though they've been filled in and there's no headlight bar unless it runs behind the grille?
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Some of those old school hotrods were really cool! Some of the modern ratrods are a mess if you ask me.
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Some of those old school hotrods were really cool! Some of the modern ratrods are a mess if you ask me.
A rat rod is for a guy who really wanted a hot rod but couldn't afford it. Then they try and convince me their abortion rat rod is amazing.
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