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Old 06-01-2010, 10:46 PM   #1
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Default How many of you are working on a 1932 Ford ?

Lets meet the 32' Ford guy's,...

I have a Coupe, and a Roadster I'm working on,.... I have built Traditional Hot Rods for a long time,.... these are no exception.

So what are you working on?
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Old 06-01-2010, 11:22 PM   #2
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got pics??....thanks...Mike
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Old 06-02-2010, 07:37 AM   #3
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got pics??....thanks...Mike
Sure,..

This one's in the basement,...


This one is waiting in the Barn,....


The tarp blew off this one,...


This one is in my shop,... And I think it's going to a new Home soon,.. I have to finish up some stuff first,...
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Old 06-02-2010, 08:05 AM   #4
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Ive collected parts for a few years to build a 1932 5w coupe.

Waiting to go together...


And also an Original V8 Chassis....

Waiting for an Original STOCK body....and restoration.

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Old 06-02-2010, 08:34 AM   #5
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Lets see the restoration pics....

Mock ups...

Projects....

We all need a good nudge every once in a while....

this could be a good motivator....

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Old 06-02-2010, 09:04 AM   #6
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Lets see the restoration pics....

Mock ups...

Projects....

We all need a good nudge every once in a while....

this could be a good motivator....
Hey,..
The 5/W looks great ! Are the Hemi parts on the wall, behind it part of it's future ?
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Old 06-02-2010, 09:17 AM   #7
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Well, if you are considering "non-stock" 32s, I have a former 5-window that had it's roof cut off, windshield chopped, and a f-glass lift-off top made. It also came with a dead flattie and 3-speed, stock rear, later FE, and juice brakes all around. I am very near completion of an early 50s styled hot rod, something a hot rodder from that time period would have built on a limited budget, with most all parts '53 and older but with a few exceptions such as a 5-speed, dual MC, and setup to 12-volt.
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Whats going on man, the chrysler goodies are for another project.

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Old 06-02-2010, 09:25 AM   #9
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I'm building a Brookville-bodied nailhead-powered deuce roadster with a Tremec 5-speed and a Winters QC. '37 Ford steering column and '48 Ford truck brake/clutch pedal assembly. Hopefully finished next Spring.

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Wish I could say that I had one to work on! LOL!
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Well, if you are considering "non-stock" 32s, I have a former 5-window that had it's roof cut off, windshield chopped, and a f-glass lift-off top made. It also came with a dead flattie and 3-speed, stock rear, later FE, and juice brakes all around. I am very near completion of an early 50s styled hot rod, something a hot rodder from that time period would have built on a limited budget, with most all parts '53 and older but with a few exceptions such as a 5-speed, dual MC, and setup to 12-volt.
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I'm building a Brookville-bodied nailhead-powered deuce roadster with a Tremec 5-speed and a Winters QC. '37 Ford steering column and '48 Ford truck brake/clutch pedal assembly. Hopefully finished next Spring.
That's cool Tom,... My 2nd. 32' Ford (in the 60's) was a decapitated Coupe,... looking good,......

35 Woodie,... Is that a 322 or a 425 Nailhead ?,..... Looks great,... post pictures of your progress,.... Looks like you have some shop help as well !
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Old 06-02-2010, 09:56 AM   #12
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I'm still gathering parts to get this coupe back on the road,,,the frame is a hacked up mess from the early 70's,,HRP

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Old 06-02-2010, 12:24 PM   #13
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I've been workin' on my Woody It's a work in progress, but I haven't made much of the later. The story of my wagon is on Vince's site.

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That's cool Tom,... My 2nd. 32' Ford (in the 60's) was a decapitated Coupe,... looking good,......

35 Woodie,... Is that a 322 or a 425 Nailhead ?,..... Looks great,... post pictures of your progress,.... Looks like you have some shop help as well !

That's a 1964 Riviera 401 cu. in. nailhead with a 1966 Skylark GS 4-speed bell housing (hard to find) to mate the Tremec 5-speed.

The garage is a carriage house on my property circa-1900 still has the four horse stalls. Great for the woodie and the deuce. With wooden floors, we roll the work outside for welding!

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I also wish I had a 32. I am close,I have a 33 Ford. Maybe GM will take pitty on me down the road.
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Old 06-02-2010, 02:54 PM   #16
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32 pick-up I got last summer, "B" motor. I'm collecting parts, not sure on final build.
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:15 PM   #17
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Fell in love with the Deuce in 1986 when I got my 3wnd, I was still in high school.
I have owned over 30 Deuces since then.
Still have my 3 wnd a couple 5wnds,a couple sedans and pickups.
Always working on one of them.

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Old 06-02-2010, 05:50 PM   #18
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1932 victoria, all steel,
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WOW great cars guys !!!! I wish I had a 32 , maybe someday !!!!
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B-400 conversion of a Tudor.
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WOW !,.... Nice work !
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Old 06-02-2010, 11:39 PM   #22
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Nice! Did you do the conversion?
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Walter Kowalsky in Manitoba. If you want more info, send me an email.
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Walter Kowalsky in Manitoba. If you want more info, send me an email.
Can you post more pictures ?,... Do you have the in-progress pictures ?.......
Dang !, You should do a thread about that car !
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Walter did a B400 conversion for me about 5/6 years ago and the workmanship was very good. The car you see in the pictures is an even better job. He just gets better with every conversion. Kowalsky Kustoms www.walterscars.5u.com that is the last web address I have for him. I'm finishing my 30 year project 3 window and have a sedan delivery waiting in the wings, gennie roadster body and frame, a stock cab PU about 1/2 done and a 348 powered Brookville Highboy ready for paint and interior. I'll never live long enough to get it all finished.

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Walter did a B400 conversion for me about 5/6 years ago and the workmanship was very good. The car you see in the pictures is an even better job. He just gets better with every conversion. Kowalsky Kustoms www.walterscars.5u.com that is the last web address I have for him. ...
FYI ... the Kowalsky Kustoms website moved to http://www.kowalskykustoms.com.

Krylon32 ... I assume this your B400 conversion?:




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That B400 was built by Everett Grey in ILL. I sold mine unfinished to a man in WI. He has it about 75% done. I had to many irons in the fire so some of my projects had to go. Sold my Vicky and B400. As stated in the earlier post I have enough deuces to last as long as I want to build cars.
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Working on a 32 Henry 3 window.. My dad bought in the 50's never finished it... plan to go old school with it..
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WOW, 32Gnu your are very lucky, to get to start with a soild car and have it been your dads. Nothing better.Heres a better shot, hope you dont mind. That coupe deserves it.

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Pic of my 32 roadster at The Hot Rod Garage open house this past year. It now has a 21 stud flathead.

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I have 2 current 32 projects and a long line of built/sold or bought/sold 32's going back 45 years. A have never been much of a picture taker and now regret not having taken photos of many of the cars I've had. Doing better now though.
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I have a 32 Roadster project. Original chassis, grille shell, firewall, later flathead etc., but an early Wescott body

Don't be hatin' 'cause of the fiberglass. LOL
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Been lookin for a 32 for years, need to hurry it up, running out of time.
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Here's a pic of my 32 Tudor.
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Hey guys,your 32's are great,35 woodie, Jerey boy, I saw 2oo woodie's yesterday on the wharf in Santa Cruse ,every year,every condition,and every brand, stock flathead, to warmed up ,small block ford, all or most all,really nice. tried to take pic. to many people,I took a few only and those had people in them Harold central coast Ca.
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I have a coupe and a roadster, the rdstr, i drive and the coupe is waiting to be restored or rodded , have most of the parts for resto, but i dont know if i will ever get to it, i m running out of time & energy, may sell if i get a good offer, we will see ! [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/bob/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-13.png[/IMG]bear... pics i hope... [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/bob/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-15.png[/IMG][IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/bob/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-16.png[/IMG][IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/bob/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-17.png[/IMG][IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/bob/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot-14.png[/IMG]
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ok! that didnt work ( pics) but if you dbl. click my avatar you can go to my album, on the right, pics are there!!! bear...
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I've been woking on the 32 pickup in my avatar for too long...so I started working on the old Fordor that's been tucked in the corner of the shop...



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I bought this 7 years ago after seeing it the first time 30 years before when I was in high school. The original owner worked at the Ford plant in Long Beach. He bought the car in Detroit and drove it to Long Beach. When they shut the Long Beach plant down in the mid fifties he retired and sold the car to a friend of mine, Paul Baker. Paul pulled the 4 banger and put in a '53 Cad engine. It stayed like that until the late '60s when he put a 351 and C-6 in it.
When I first saw it in his garage in '72 the 351 was in it and it was running on propane. There was a tank in the trunk. Paul took the car apart shortly after that and it stayed in pieces until he sold it to me in '03. The chassis is done and the body is at the painter.
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Neal, Nice! If you do to this one what you did to the rpu, it will be fantastic!
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flremangordy, your chassiis with the nice looking flathead looks great,you are almost there,good luck, Harold,central coast Ca.
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flremangordy, your chassiis with the nice looking flathead looks great,you are almost there,good luck, Harold,central coast Ca.
Thanks Harold. I'm glad to be the one to put this back on the road after almost 40 years in pieces. Gordy
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Hey guys,your 32's are great,35 woodie, Jerey boy, I saw 2oo woodie's yesterday on the wharf in Santa Cruse ,every year,every condition,and every brand, stock flathead, to warmed up ,small block ford, all or most all,really nice. tried to take pic. to many people,I took a few only and those had people in them Harold central coast Ca.
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I would love to see it! One of these days.
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I have multiple projects going at once.

Just breaking in the 49 Cad engine in my Roadster.
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I have a Coupe, and a Roadster I'm working on,.... I have built Traditional Hot Rods for a long time,.... these are no exception.

So what are you working on?
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Mine is a "Work in Progress". I'm driving it while it progresses, but I'm getting pretty tired of people calling it a Rat Rod...
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oh goody another pic show!!
Yet you chose to open the thread and post. Thanks Captain Miserable.
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Are they ever finished?

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oh goody another pic show!!
Another useless comment....Why?....Your really doing your part to cast a negative light on New Zealand old ford guys...

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Mine is a "Work in Progress". I'm driving it while it progresses, but I'm getting pretty tired of people calling it a Rat Rod...
Nice looking roadster man....love the blown desoto
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345 Desoto, Ratrod, NO WAY, my kind of MOTOR, Harold, central coast Ca.
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WHITEY and HBLEADSLED, thank you for the nice comments...they're appreciated
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Here's mine. BTW, I think 52merc was saying that in jest. He just likes pictures as we all do.
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KAHUNA - Sometimes I think that the stage that your first picture shows is the best. After that stage, things start to get complicated...
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345 Desoto, you are sooo right
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Here are a couple of before and almost after pic's of my 5 window. Hope to have fenders, hood and the rest done this summer. Getting closer!!
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Your car looks great. I really like the interior color combination
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every day at work.

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Beautiful 32's on this thread. I am new this evening to this website I am glad I found all of you. I have just completed a 1932 Rod Bod with a 1948 Lincoln continental V12 flat head engine I will be posting pictures soon.

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Kahuna, what is the overdrive set up?
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Hi Whitey
It's a Gear Vendors unit that I adapted to the transmission. The adapter is just forward of the O/D and looks to be about 1 1/2" long. It is actually 3 1/2 inches but most is inside the transfer case adapter. Maybe it'll run in another month or so. Here's some pics of the adapter and coupler. The transmission is a Jeep T-176 case, with Ford toploader 4 speed gears. One of the pics shows the Jeep transfer case adapter converted for use with the GV unit. Hope this makes a bit of sense. It's all untried at this point.
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Very cool, and 8 speed transmission using a stock k-member; that has got to be a first. Let us know what it is like when you do your first test drive!
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Just finished tudor and coupe nearly done
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Working on a Rough 2-door. Any one have any extra stuff for this ? Anything would help thanks Thanks Tom
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Does a V8-60 powered glass roadster on a '31 frame count?
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Moving for the first time under it's own power in over 40 years. Brakes didn't work so well, hence the comment at the end. Turned out to be a faulty master cylinder, works great now. Thanks to Dad, Mark, Kyle and O.C. for the last minute thrash to get it going and thanks to Kyle for taking the video.

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Here's a shot of mine several years ago......

.....and here it is more recently as I try to finish all my half-started metal work......



It's only been 28 years, why should I rush now.
I sold a 5w body back in the spring so it's given me an influx of cash to buy all the big ticket items needed to finish this thing.....
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here's the 5W I'm redoing for my Evil Step Dad



Build thread here,, http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=507438

Much to much stuff to re-type and repost and I'm feeling lazy LOL!
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Heres my roadster that has almost gone full circle...

It was hot rodded back in the sixties and then crashed in the early seventies and redone in the style of the time..



Couple years later it was stripped and hacked about quite badly, it then sat about for 20 ish years before i got this in '97



This is how it sits now, just last few bits to finish, waiting on my ignition coming back so I can fire it up!



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Installed floorboards, next week the seat and then a drive
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The Roadster looks great, Gary.


Here's mine, banger-powered, currently sitting with the head off due to gasket problems.
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WOW stunning Gary-UK !!! what a special engine !!!
Thanks for sharing & that goes to all you 32 guys !!!
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[QUOTE=tinmann;91553]Here's a shot of mine several years ago......


tinnman,

Great car! Love the chicken!

Keep V-8ing and 4-banging!
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I'm building a '32 roadster, I found a complete rolling chassis and found a rebuilt flathead & tranny and got all the other traditional pieces, although I have a Brookville roadster body. Wish I had enuff money for a real roadster body!
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Here are a couple I worked on for a good friend.



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Here is a shot of mine..I bought it last year at around this time.It is a Right hand drive model, deluxe V8.It has recently been bare metaled and repainted.I have fitted chopped posts and screen,BLC head lights and dropped the h/lamp bar,lowered it a tad and fitted dual exhausts with Porter mufflers.The car came with a couple of gallons of ethanol that had gone bad and it ruined the fuel pump diaphram,the fuel hose and the carb..so new items were fitted.The original wheels were changed and the spare wheel mount removed and replaced with an original spreader bar.The body is in perfect condition with zero rust found when stripped back.Awaiting a slot at the trim shop for a roof to be covered and the seat squab lowered.When the weather improves I`ll get around to fitting a set of hydraulic brakes to it and getting it lowered a tad more.
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Nothing better than lookin' at '32s on a cold-snowy afternoon! Here are my '32s. Merry Christmas to all! Pat

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Here's my banger Tudor found near Saginaw, MI last year about this time. It was sitting for about 50 years in barn and then in a small garage. Bought it from the grandson of the original owner.

I am hot roddin' it just a little bit but trying not to destroy what time has done to it.....



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I just finished the 3w, its at the interior shop now. Next is the RPU that I bought from Krylon32, He had too many projects and I didn't. The 3W has a 350/400. The RPU has a 350/5speed/Winters Quickchange. Plans are to have it ready for Summer for cross country trip. Dale
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Looking for 32 roadster doors? les
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Here's mine, unfortunately I'm not currently working on it, but will be again one day.



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Here is mine in the barn where I got it and on the trailer. (the spots are in the lens not the paint)
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Here's mine.
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Well how about the catagory of "in a few months....."

I am finishing a 31 Chevy Landau Phaeton that I am keeping stock, and from there I have a dilema.

I have a 32 Aussie tub that would go together fast even though I have to get a frame for it, but have most everything sheet metal accept firewall, hood, grille and insert.

The other potential item is a 32 Roadster that I have yet to purchase, but spoke with the owner about this weekend at the Back to the 50's in St Paul. The basket isnt to big, and I am trying to see if I can either work him down on the price, or trade my 33 Chevy Standard 3 Window as partial trade.

So I hope by the end of July I will be working on one or the other.
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Very nice fella's! I need a Tudor so I can haul the little guys around.
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I have a 32 Roadster project. Original chassis, grille shell, firewall, later flathead etc., but an early Wescott body

Don't be hatin' 'cause of the fiberglass. LOL
I would really love to build a stock '32 roadster - but wouldn't hesitate to use a Wescott's or Brookville reproduction body and any pump-in-head flathead.

You see tons of restored Model As, and probably 99% of the '32 roadsters out there are hot rods or hot rod projects, but a stock '32 is a truely rare bird.

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....If someone really wants one to work on, I have this tudor For Sale.....
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Some of us have never got over our obsession with the 1932 Frod. The picture on the left is me and my 1932 Ford in 1970 and the one on the right is my 1932 Ford today. The one I have now is actually a lot better than the one I had in 1970.
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here my truck. i started with just a cab, then slap some rails together. ive got the 40 center x mounted and motor in place. has a 50 ford bored and stroked backed by an open drive 3 speed.

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mine,original patina only time can make


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Here's the one I'm working on. If it doesn't sell, I'll keep at it till it's finished...http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_W0QQ...sQ26Q5ffviQ3d1
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This is a great thread, my 32 is a driving in progress car, spent to many years working on the last one so from now on I want to drive them when the sun is out and work on them when its raining out.
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Update. First drive out of the garage.
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I'm working on getting one if that counts. Looking for a roadster project.
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Thought about a '32 Roadster in 1961......I had an original grill & shell on the wall for 40 years...so, that's a start and, better late than never.
My project is the theme of a 1956 high school kid, obtaining an original Roadster and souping it up a bit. Obtained many parts in the last 4 years, all have to be original Ford parts ( ok brookville body for now ) and absolutely nothing pass the '56 year. The updated parts have to be as little as possible, even the original motor mounts used.....a kid's budget then had to be well diciplined....in todays world, we have to grin & bear it on paying for the same parts. The old speed equipment, '97's, L-Z gears, banjo steering wheel, K-H 40 spokes, etc, all add to the fun.
Great to see the pictures you guys send in, especially the primered and rusty colored ones.
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Robert - Who dropped your headlight bar? Looks like a great project...

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Who dropped the headlight bar.....donO.....but it was bad. I picked up a total of 3 dropped '32 headlight bars, and non of them were properly done. So, I obtained an original bar, made a jig, reworked them to the proper fender bracket stance and angle, also reshaped the drop to be able to mount the original headlamps. ( not smaller aftermarket buckets ) I guess a lot of this old stuff is not to the quality that we do today. It was a lot of work doing it, but very satisfying at the end.
The nice part of this subject on 'working on a '32 Ford' is the love we have of actually building this car. Enjoying every minute of it....Robert
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Tried to post my 5 window y block powered project but cant figure out how to get pic. to post.

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Here's my '32 sedan currently going together with a 348 Chevy /TH350 and 9" rear.







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I have lived with the parts for the Roadster in the pics my whole life . My Dad was always wanting to put the car together but he never was able to . Family and just life always came first . He always wanted a Black Roadster with a tan interior . Although I was not able to get the Roadster to that stage I was able to make it a runner a month ago and we are driving it as much as possible . It's a lot of fun . It actually means more to me with all the colors on the car because that is what I grew up with . The body was the only part that came a little later . He found that from an old High school acquaintance that had stored the body and parts in a barn for 20+ years and never opened the barn the whole time .I was lucky enough to be a part of digging out the door of the barn to get the body out and other parts out. That was in 1984 and I was 14 . It was a great day . I wish my Dad was around today to enjoy his car but he will always be riding with us .
The car has an uncut original frame , Dropped Axle w/un-split wishbone ,a 39 trans a 40 rear end . Basically what Dad wanted was a 50's Hot Rod . About 25 years ago he decided to put a 65 Corvette 365 hp 327 in the car instead of the Flatty . I put it together with what I had but it will get a Flat motor before long . She deserves it ! I have some cool stories of the parts on the car and where they came from . I may do a thread on it someday when I have time . Enjoy !
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My Wife and I with the New Firestone's installed . A better look for the car in my opinion .
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We also bought a nice original Fordor that will be the Family car . This one has been sitting a while but it wont take much to make it a driver . It will be the next project . Fun Fun !
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1932 V8 that is a great looking roadster and I would love to read a thread on accumulating its parts.

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1932V8......I was at the Father's Day Reunion in Pomona, I sat on the bench facing your car....looked at the different colors and said to myself.."Would be interesting to find out the story on this car". Someone commented on the dropped headlight bar on my project ( even got e-mails on it ) and I did notice that you had a '32 dropped headlight bar that fitted the original headlamps.....and said to myself...."now there's a bar that seems to fit right". Story on this car would be very interesting...do it. A picture is worth a thousand words, but imagination on this car is worth a million. Enjoy and please share........Robert
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WOW, some nice 32's!! Being a '33/'34 guy, I really never liked the 32 but when they are done closer to the way Henry rolled em off the line, they are beautiful! Not into the glass '32 street rods! A street rodded 32 really kills the look...in reality, street rods kill the look of many old Fords... and the '32 has been murdered many times over! Keep up the nice clean work fellas!
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Thought I would post to see if there are any newbe 32's
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Ha, found it.... any new 32's
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Don't have any pictures yet. But I'm doing a stock total resto on my 32BB 1.5 ton 4 cyl. dually flatbed. Should be done by spring.
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Here's mine from 2004. Originally grampa's car .
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I really like the green wheels....and the red wheels....and the black wheels.....and my cream wheels aren't bad. Maybe I should get a set of each and swap them out when I get bored
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Here is my current project:
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This one came finished!
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My brother bought it and tore it apart back in '57. Here it is on the street first time since he dragged it home.



A couple of days later, the body got placed on the frame. (Yes, I am a slob, but all that stuff had to be dug out to get the body out of the back shed.)

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All steel 32 with 312 merc.
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Purchased in September. Getting floater brakes right now.
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my dads deuce Victoria that he pulled out of a wheat farmers field in the Dakotas in 1972
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my deuce 3w project
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Have a 32 Model B truck I've had for a couple years, starting to do the research on where to get any needed parts. Mostly just trim stuff, truck is pretty complete and orignal for the most part, some stuff needs to be fixed or replaced, going to see about getting in running in the next few months.
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I do have one question, hopefully someone knows? Anyhow the ID is on the piece between the engine and transmission, is there another location for the ID number on the frame? And if yes, where would I find it? Thanks.
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There is a number on the left frame rail on the top flange near the steering box area. There is another one on the top flange of the right rail in the area above the rear axle or just behind. That one may be kind of faint due to rust ect. Both numbers are on the top of the frame rails.
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I have lived with the parts for the Roadster in the pics my whole life . My Dad was always wanting to put the car together but he never was able to . Family and just life always came first . He always wanted a Black Roadster with a tan interior . Although I was not able to get the Roadster to that stage I was able to make it a runner a month ago and we are driving it as much as possible . It's a lot of fun . It actually means more to me with all the colors on the car because that is what I grew up with . The body was the only part that came a little later . He found that from an old High school acquaintance that had stored the body and parts in a barn for 20+ years and never opened the barn the whole time .I was lucky enough to be a part of digging out the door of the barn to get the body out and other parts out. That was in 1984 and I was 14 . It was a great day . I wish my Dad was around today to enjoy his car but he will always be riding with us .
The car has an uncut original frame , Dropped Axle w/un-split wishbone ,a 39 trans a 40 rear end . Basically what Dad wanted was a 50's Hot Rod . About 25 years ago he decided to put a 65 Corvette 365 hp 327 in the car instead of the Flatty . I put it together with what I had but it will get a Flat motor before long . She deserves it ! I have some cool stories of the parts on the car and where they came from . I may do a thread on it someday when I have time . Enjoy !

Cool story man and glad you still have the car! I remember those kind of trips from the late '70's into the '80's of going on "junkin" trips with pops to rescue old Ford gold out in the woods and farmers fields in the upper midwest! Luckily he saved a few that he still has today!!
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Lets meet the 32' Ford guy's,...

I have a Coupe, and a Roadster I'm working on,.... I have built Traditional Hot Rods for a long time,.... these are no exception.

So what are you working on?
I'm working on saving up some money to buy me a 32 Roadster. I have $8.24 saved so far.
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I'm working on one
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This is my Deuce had it since 1966! Dave
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Sure,..

This one's in the basement,...


This one is waiting in the Barn,....


The tarp blew off this one,...


This one is in my shop,... And I think it's going to a new Home soon,.. I have to finish up some stuff first,...
hey, is this your own collection? if it is. they all look very nice! sucks for the one the tarp blew off of.
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Here's my pickup. I'm currently tearing it down for a refurb.
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Sure seems to bo some nice trucks in Canada.
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Just finishing a rebuild! wiring next.
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Here are mine:

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bringing this thread back up..... awaiting to take delivery of a Brookville '32 roadster body to sit on my original '32 chassis. Thanks to BoxCar Tom for the nice original firewall.

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I started with this back section from a 4dr and made this.
Bingo it was easy
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Now your showin' off mate . Keep up the great work it's lookin' good.
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Nice work, HW.

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Great thread HW, here are my two Deuces. The 3W runs a 289ci blown 8BA/5 speed and the pre WWII roadster runs a souped up 37 21 stud, 39 trans and 32 rear

Just did the 39 trans swap after the earlier trans chucked a wobbly
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Some day, some how I am going to own a 32 Ford before I croak I hope. I even though about going back to work, trading a couple of cars and even a few dogs. I have been saving a few bucks for a 32. I just lease some gas rights that will help for this. If you ever know of a original one for sale please let me know. BUT don't tell my wife about this.
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Since this thread is back up, I will post a pic of mine. I have owned this coupe twice. First in about 1974, kept it about 15 years then sold it. Found it and bought it back.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:05 PM   #148
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Heres mine its now laying on the floor in a few hundred pieces waiting for paint.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:26 PM   #149
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32 sport coupe
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Old 08-08-2014, 12:17 AM   #150
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I have a 3 window body that is getting real close to being removed from its old trashed frame and put on a body rotissori. Will be glass beading the entire body and ready for patch pannels and repop floors .
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Started gathering parts for a 5 window.

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Old 08-08-2014, 10:41 PM   #152
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Working on a 32 2 door sedan
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Old 08-17-2014, 02:01 PM   #153
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Building a 32, 3 window.Photos on the HAMB under Traditional 383deuce
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Old 08-17-2014, 02:24 PM   #154
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Great thread HW, here are my two Deuces. The 3W runs a 289ci blown 8BA/5 speed and the pre WWII roadster runs a souped up 37 21 stud, 39 trans and 32 rear

Just did the 39 trans swap after the earlier trans chucked a wobbly
Man that is a cool Duece Roadster, here is a picture of mine.
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Old 08-17-2014, 03:23 PM   #155
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I had posted on my avatar awhile back on this thread but I've also acquired a very rough 5-window body that will be a Buick nailhead/T5Z 5-speed, Hot rod works banjo rear - a late 50s/early 60s styled car. All I'm doing now is parts gathering as there are two projects to complete beforehand (and sell to acquire the $$ required to complete this one) but I am looking forward to the build none the less ....
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Old 08-17-2014, 09:27 PM   #156
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Pic of mine,one day! Flatty and 3spd banjo
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Old 08-17-2014, 11:34 PM   #157
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new pics from today...
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Old 08-18-2014, 05:09 AM   #158
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Have a Model 18 Cabriolet. I wish that I working on it.
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Old 08-18-2014, 08:51 AM   #159
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With the roadster done I have been doing a mechanical rebuild on this once owned by Neal East five window. Taking a little longer than expected having two shoulder surgeries this past spring.
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Old 08-18-2014, 09:13 AM   #160
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Well here's an update on my pickup.
It's really close to road ready.....some patch work for the safety sticker and away we go!
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Old 08-18-2014, 11:45 AM   #161
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Well here's an update on my pickup.
It's really close to road ready.....some patch work for the safety sticker and away we go!
Love the truck! What did you do to get the stance? Can you pm me so as not to high jack this thread?

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Old 08-18-2014, 01:14 PM   #162
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Have a Model 18 Cabriolet. I wish that I working on it.
Well, maybe you ought to trade that old junker off. I would be glad to add it to my stash of unfinished cars...
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Muddling through cleaning up this one to get on the road.



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Old 09-22-2014, 09:20 PM   #164
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Finally found a decent one that I could afford.

59AB, 37 trans and rear, 37 x-member, no rust floor,
some older qtr patch panels, filled roof, nice grille and shell, tank, firewall, dash, wood, pretty good fenders and boards, etc.

Plans are: get it running, early Ford brakes, dropped axle, F-1 box, 16" steelies or KH's. Drive it.
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Old 09-22-2014, 09:29 PM   #165
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Another pic before it was awakened from its slumber
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Old 09-23-2014, 10:28 PM   #166
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I am going to paint my32 tudor this week model b with 25000 original miles also35 years old not interested in hot rods also have many model a fords that I drive
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Old 09-23-2014, 10:32 PM   #167
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will post picture when body is painted blue
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Old 09-24-2014, 10:54 PM   #168
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a little progress...
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I recently acquired a car I painted 35 years ago. Still unfinished, it will be easy to put on the road. 59a, Lincoln brakes, 39 trans zephyr gears, 3.54s.





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Nice looking 5W, DR, the paint looks like it's held up well.

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Mart,
Yes, it sat inside out of the sun. The color is early GM Tahitian Red lacquer. 52 Pontiac tail lights.
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This one...... Eventually.......





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Old 09-26-2014, 09:01 AM   #173
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This one I have been working on for a year or so an older restration that had many problems from a bad motor to brakes and electrical issues, we just put in a new transmission with all new NOS gears it is becoming a very nice driver.
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Rebuilding my coupe after 6 trips to Bonneville.
Also,new paint and upholstery
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Old 09-27-2014, 05:31 AM   #176
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With the roadster done I have been doing a mechanical rebuild on this once owned by Neal East five window. Taking a little longer than expected having two shoulder surgeries this past spring.
Man I sure do dig that Roadster !
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Well I got the entire body Glass beaded inside as well as outside. I have taken some pics and will try to post them here.
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Bringing this back to the top
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hope i live long enough to finish this one. pre-war style - 99 block, `39 lz brakes,trans,steering wheel, `36 lz hubcaps,`37 hudson strng. box, columbia rear, air flow tail lights.
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I would like to have a 32 three window coupe and should have got one several years ago. I could trade my 39 conv., 35 Pickup, 50 Christliner and a dog or two for one. Wife just bought me another house with 4 big garages. Every time I talk about a 32 she makes a bad face then tells me to shut up. Somethings a fellow must do without I guess.
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Just sold a 32 roadster, got a 5 window for sale,(google Bruce Elder Stanton Va. he's got the car). Have a 32 2 door sedan I've had for years. I am finishing a 32 sedan, with a 2" in. chop, flathead and a lot of neat "Old stuff" on it. HELP, HELP,HELP! I need both door latches. Does anyone have a set they might sell or know where I can find some? They are not reproduced. Car is almost finished! Help! Bobby G.
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Barely running for the Georgetown hill climb.Banger made it to the top. A lot of work left this winter
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Hoping to get this old barn car put together over the winter.I keep getting sidetracked by things like Cancer and moving halfway across the country but
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Does United Pacific make them for their 5 window coupe bodies? If so , will they also fit a 2 door sedan? I know the sedan doors are longer but wonder if the latch would interchange?
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United Pacific does make them for the 5 window. I have them in my 5 window. You may have to lengthen the arm. Jim
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I have been working on my 5 window for 35 years. Glad I bought it way back when. It is fenderless and running a 53 Merc. I drive it from time to time!
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I would like to have a 32 three window coupe and should have got one several years ago. I could trade my 39 conv., 35 Pickup, 50 Christliner and a dog or two for one. Wife just bought me another house with 4 big garages. Every time I talk about a 32 she makes a bad face then tells me to shut up. Somethings a fellow must do without I guess.

I'll tell you what Ken.....You buy the '32 of your dreams and you can hide it in my garage for a few years! I don't care what body style....any will do!

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Getting close
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Made some progress this past winter.
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Nearly finished.
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Robert,

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