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sled
12-13-2006, 03:41 PM
hi all,just bought a 32 sedan delivery,1 owner....first i see in my life.

any idea how many have been produced of this bodystyle??

is kinda complete,V8 flattie..and very restorable

yeah,in the good old mexico we can still find em...lots of good junk still around!

greatly appreciate some good pix too,to check out the details

keep it low

alchemy
12-13-2006, 03:54 PM
I don't believe you. Show us a picture.

kikinrods
12-13-2006, 03:57 PM
i second that i want proof and if you find more call me i will be right there to help you load it on my trailer.

kustomd
12-13-2006, 04:02 PM
I saw one this past weekend in cumby texas at a street rod shop that I stopped by so I could check out their scrap pile beside the shop.

And buddy let me tell you this car was NICE!!! The owner showed me the chasis with the flathead in it and it was one of the most beatiful 32 chasis I have ever seen in real life. The flatty had been debured and smoothe then painted black and all the aluminum polished it was also running a 348 chevy water pump which I had never seen..
The body was chopped and sitting on a rotisery waiting for the rest of the finish work to be done.

The shop was Hot rods by JSK and the owners name was jeff. He's right off the interstate.

zoomma
12-13-2006, 04:04 PM
It seems to me that they are pretty rare as 32's go. I don't
know exact numbers though.:confused:

belle
12-13-2006, 04:08 PM
i believe around 57

jusjunk
12-13-2006, 04:10 PM
ok wheres the sign?
Dave

40Vert
12-13-2006, 05:30 PM
It's somehwere around 400 total produced including the V-8's and 4 cyl. models

3wLarry
12-13-2006, 07:08 PM
...this dufus claims to also have a '40 Ford Deluxe coupe project for sale for $10,000....and then he found a deuce sedan delivery...kids and computers....anyone notice he never came back?

Deuce Roadster
12-13-2006, 07:16 PM
It's somehwere around 400 total produced including the V-8's and 4 cyl. models

BINGO ... :)

Some sources say 392, others say 400 ...

I have read that there were 8 built up using parts ... and were the first ones ... so that is the reason for the difference in the count.

All were made in October, all made with the 25 vent hood ... and of course ... had the short bumper arms on the rear.

http://www.carnut.com/photo/1932/32frd6.jpg

There is a real one about 10 miles from my home ... but $$$ will not buy it ...:(

.

fab32
10-02-2007, 04:35 PM
Ralph Lisena (sp), the owner of Engineered Components (the people who make some very nice, well engineered, afordable brake conversions) has a gennie that he made into a rod some years ago. Talking to him it seems that he knew about it for years and it took what seemed like forever to talk the owner out of it. One of the major rod magazines did a full feature on it when it was first done.
A first class ride from bumper to bumper. The article even had pictures of it when it was stock, right after Ralph bought it.
BTW, Ralph is one of the most knowledgeable people you'll find on brakes. I've seen him spend an hour trouble shooting a system even when he didn't sell any of the components. A class act.

Frank

29bowtie
10-02-2007, 10:06 PM
...this dufus claims to also have a '40 Ford Deluxe coupe project for sale for $10,000....and then he found a deuce sedan delivery...kids and computers....anyone notice he never came back?

3wLarry,check his previous posts.Many,many interesting pics of many cars.(??);)

threewindaguy
10-04-2007, 05:38 PM
There were 408 deliveries made. There were 350 4 cylinder cars and 58 V-8 cars. I have a '32 but sadly, not an original although most people couldn't tell.

PEDDRO
10-04-2007, 07:17 PM
I believe him.....but then, you could all just be 42-year pedophiles sitting in your underwear cruising the HAMB while you try to score 10-year old boys elsewhere, so none of you could prove anything as fact just as much as seeing sled post a pic of his '32 "proves" anything.

So sled, show them the pic....

hemifarris
10-04-2007, 07:57 PM
I believe him.....but then, you could all just be 42-year pedophiles sitting in your underwear cruising the HAMB while you try to score 10-year old boys elsewhere, so none of you could prove anything as fact just as much as seeing sled post a pic of his '32 "proves" anything.

So sled, show them the pic....
One thing for certain, there are no pedophiles ,or strange ducks,in Australia..........Anyway,how about a picture of him,with his car,in his driveway, in the exact condition he states it's in. That way he won't just go to a car show and snap a pic of a finished car. I've been around a long time and can count on 2 fingers the amount of real steel '32 sedan deliveries I've seen...As far as what guys on this site say they own ,I can give you names of 75 guys from around the country that will back up the list of cars I claim in my profile....

36-3window
10-04-2007, 09:00 PM
i know that he doesn't own this one

http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q152/g_vonruden/earlyford22.jpg


http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q152/g_vonruden/earlyford21.jpg

bonesy
10-05-2007, 08:23 PM
i know that he doesn't own this one







Wow - what a car.

B.A.KING
10-05-2007, 10:45 PM
is that the way the rear bumper is on those cars? for easy reach in the back? 1st time i have ever seen the rear of a delivery

JamesG
10-05-2007, 10:57 PM
George Poteet has one.

http://www.fastlanerodshop.com/sedan.htm

http://www.fastlanerodshop.com/sedan/images/original2.jpg

http://www.fastlanerodshop.com/sedan/images/original3.jpg

SamIyam
10-05-2007, 11:03 PM
George Poteet has one of everything!
:D
Sam.

tinmann
10-05-2007, 11:18 PM
George Poteet has one of everything!
:D
Sam.

Only one??..... I heard he has more money than God.

Mac the Yankee
08-30-2008, 02:31 PM
Can someone give me the rear door measurements? I need height, width, and corner radius.


Thanks, Bill

32SEDAN
08-30-2008, 02:52 PM
George Poteet has one.

http://www.fastlanerodshop.com/sedan.htm

http://www.fastlanerodshop.com/sedan/images/original2.jpg

http://www.fastlanerodshop.com/sedan/images/original3.jpg
Nice.

325w
08-30-2008, 03:05 PM
Guy here in this area of Texas has one maybe two.

roadstar
08-30-2008, 03:15 PM
I wonder if it is Right hand drive being from mexico.

And boy is Poteet's nice, Dave is an awesome builder.

wbrw32
08-30-2008, 03:39 PM
two things for sure the guy in Mexico has,, 1.A camera and 2.A computer........
his other threads always has just sold it or knows where one is,,Yada Yada Yada

JohnnyFast
08-30-2008, 04:19 PM
Photographer Jerry Johnson, who I believe was one of the founders of Minnesota Street Rod Ass'n. and the Back to the 50's event, drove a '32 sedan delivery way back in the 60's. It was painted a pastel green. I tried to find a photo but had no luck.

Dak Rat
08-30-2008, 04:22 PM
If I'm not mistaken, all real sedan deliveries made by ford in the 30's used four door front doors and not two door sedan doors, why are all these "original" '32 deliveries based on two door sedans? Just asking.

krylon32
08-30-2008, 04:48 PM
The 32 sedan delivery was based on a standard 2 dr body with a back door conversion priced at 90 dollars. They also made a very limited number of flower cars, same deal but with the glass left in the back windows. I spent last Saturday taking pictures of an authentic flower car. I would post them if I were smart enough. According to the production figures I have there were 409 deliveres produced in the last 3 months of 32 and Jan of 33. They were made in several factories. Most were 4 cylinders with very few V8 powered cars. The copies of the original paper work are in my Suburban in another building so don't have the exact figures. I am in the middle of a delivery conversion and the shop in Michigan is going to do mine. There is also a shop in WA state that also does a nice job.

The37Kid
08-30-2008, 08:06 PM
Question for the knowledgeable ones, is a '32 Sedan Delevery rear quater the same as a Tudor without the side window punched out, or LONGER as a '30-'31 Sedan Delivery?

Rich Venza
08-30-2008, 08:23 PM
Bob, I'd say they are the same. Note how the back of the body has the same relationship to the gas tank, plus they used the same frame. I recall seeing one at an early Street rod Nationals owned by a long time '32 guy from MN, but not Bob Johnson. My '32 guru Frank Morawski was with me, and neither of us could see anything that would lead us to believe the quarters were different from a standard Tudor.

Mac the Yankee
08-30-2008, 08:31 PM
37kid,

Reading through the build of Poteet's, they took 1 1/2 inches out of the doors and added it to the body, so don't use that one as a reference!

Vance
08-30-2008, 08:33 PM
http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q152/g_vonruden/earlyford22.jpg


Nice wheel chock!

36-3window
08-30-2008, 11:58 PM
Nice wheel chock!


yeah, that is strange...but all cars there had one in front of the left front tire

i took the photo at an early v-8 ford club regional event , must be a requirement?


i also found out recently from a good source that i was not a real delivery..i was faked. it must of been a good one because it fooled a lot of judges who gave it some high points

2-TONED
08-31-2008, 01:37 AM
we have one here. except it is just a 2 door sedan now as someone 'long ago' cut the back door out & unscrewed the window panels --- they welded their 2 door rear panel in ours (nice job) they switched them & i believe it is Jerry Johnsons old 32 delivery. -------- this i was told by a guy who was there & did some of the cutting & welding.----- who knows but ours does have the screw holes from where the side panels were in it & the back was welded in. -- ??????? ------------ i spent 6-7 hours getting it out of the middle of a junkyard where it was in a old 'moved in' garage for years i went & got it in the early 80s & it was like 4 or 5 or 600.00?? ---- we must of moved 20-30 tireless disabled cars to get that deuce out that day! :eek:

50Fraud
08-31-2008, 01:45 AM
I recall seeing one at an early Street rod Nationals owned by a long time '32 guy from MN, but not Bob Johnson.

Bob Ritchey (or Richie) was from the Minneapolis area, and had a very nice red '32 delivery around 1990.

The37Kid
08-31-2008, 08:06 AM
Remember Old Cars Illustrated magazine that J.Neal East put out in the 1970's? This '32 Sedan Delivery was featured in the September 1979 issue. Built out of a Tudor with a real sedan Delivery used for measurments.

rouye56wingnut
08-31-2008, 08:31 AM
I think Jerry Johnsons delivery went to Ed Belkengren and then Bob ritchie ended up with and still owns it.

krylon32
08-31-2008, 10:20 AM
The sedan rear windows were filled in with a material called plymetal (thin plywood with sheet metal bonded to it. There are no differences in the rear 1/4 panels. Like I said it was just a common 2 dr. with the door cut in the rear. They had a fairly elaborate wooden structure. I'm sure Ford used an extra rear panel to make the door which over laps the opening, then folded the rear sheet metal over the wooden frame work which was then screwed together. I have the exact copy of Henrys wood kit for my conversion. When the shop in Mich gets done with the conversion it has fooled some very smart early V8 experts.

thewildturkey46
08-31-2008, 10:35 AM
Krylon32 is right, I used the same wood kit for mine. Jerry Johnson's delivery is now in Fargo, ND, Bob Ritchie still has his in Mpls area, but his has a glass rear door. The restored one owned by Gene Hetland in Mpls and Poteet's both are converted 2 door sedans....but then all of the "real Henery's" were converted 2 doors also!!

roundvalley
08-31-2008, 11:24 AM
O.T. Back in the '80s there were twin brothers that dealt alot of '32 parts. One drove a '32 brown sedan delivery or was it a '32 panel? Anyone remember. I heard it got totaled on hiway 5. Wonder if he made it?

Rich Venza
08-31-2008, 01:09 PM
I think Jerry Johnsons delivery went to Ed Belkengren and then Bob ritchie ended up with and still owns it.

Yup...that's the fellow I remember...Big Ed Belkengren. If I knew there was going to be a test, I would have taken better notes 40 years ago. Just think how dumb we'd all be without the combined memory of our HAMB family!!!

Long Live The HAMB

rouye56wingnut
08-31-2008, 01:13 PM
I just talked to Ron White and he said Jerrys delivery sold to Ed Belkengren and Ed sold it to Morrie Lamb from Nd. Bobs came from South Carolina originaly came in a trade with Dave Eckel.Jerrys car originaly came from the Saint Paul Police Dept. and had 6 - 8 booking tags they found in the rear of the vehicle when they got it.

SlamCouver
08-31-2008, 01:15 PM
They are the best! thats for sure.

vintagehotrods
08-31-2008, 01:30 PM
Neat Thread!

Pewsplace
08-31-2008, 04:48 PM
Here is my friends new man made delivery with a kit from Doug McRae in Kansas. Jim Hendricks did the super metal work exactly like Henry did it. The rear latch and key are very difficult to duplicate. George made the latch and Jim made the die for the dimple in the belt line. No extra rear panel was needed or used by Ford.
Nice work.

Mac the Yankee
08-31-2008, 05:13 PM
Again... any measurements on the door/opening???

I'm looking for overall height/width and radius of the door ad opening.

Thanks, Bill

krylon32
08-31-2008, 05:51 PM
I was told by the shop in Mich that he used the sedan rear panel cut oversize to make the door and added metal to the body to make the jam. You can see that process on their website. I have always assumed that Henry would use a center body section to make the door and just fold the body tin around the jam, it would have made the job easier. How stupid of me to have assumed that. Thankyou Pew for enlightening me.

krylon32
08-31-2008, 05:53 PM
By the way not all 32 deliveries had the dimple for the rear lock. I saw both styles of rear door last week on original 32 deliveries.

krylon32
09-02-2008, 08:54 PM
I made another mistake I got the literature out of my truck today and it shows only 406 delivers were built. 348 4 cylinders and 58 V8s. Sorry

willysguy
09-02-2008, 10:53 PM
Neat Thread!

I'll second that!:)

JohnnyFast
09-12-2008, 02:40 PM
My old racing partner stopped by today with a snapshot, dated 1968, of Jerry Johnson's '32 delivery. Taken at a car show somewhere.

40 & 61 Fords
09-12-2008, 02:56 PM
I know the son of the guy who originally had Jerry's 32 Delivery!
People from the Minnesota area know Carl Zechbauer as a guy who can chop a mean top! His son John does excellent upholstery out of his home shop.
Anyway, John and I were talking one day a few years ago about a 32 2 door project he was building. It was a replica for the street (and dirt track) of the 2 door his dad raced back in the mid/late 60's. He asked if I remembered the 32 Delivery that JJ had back then and I said sure. He said the stock car his dad originally raced was really AN ORIGINAL SEDAN DELIVERY BODY, and that his dad had sold all the sedan delivery parts to Jerry to convert a solid 2 door body onto a sedan delivery. It's been a few years since I heard the story from John, so I maybe a little foggy on the details. I trust John not to be a BS'er, so it's an interesting twist on the tale of one of the deliveries in the post...

titus
09-12-2008, 03:10 PM
we have one here. except it is just a 2 door sedan now as someone 'long ago' cut the back door out & unscrewed the window panels --- they welded their 2 door rear panel in ours (nice job) they switched them & i believe it is Jerry Johnsons old 32 delivery. -------- this i was told by a guy who was there & did some of the cutting & welding.----- who knows but ours does have the screw holes from where the side panels were in it & the back was welded in. -- ??????? ------------ i spent 6-7 hours getting it out of the middle of a junkyard where it was in a old 'moved in' garage for years i went & got it in the early 80s & it was like 4 or 5 or 600.00?? ---- we must of moved 20-30 tireless disabled cars to get that deuce out that day! :eek:

Tom, your are correct, Carl zechbauer was hired by Jerry Johnson to do the switcharoo, Jerry's 32 sedan delivery body wasnt "up to par" so he bought a mint tudor body and had Carl cut the back panels out of both bodies and switch them out, and then remove the window panels and put them back in Johnson's delivery.

Carl went on to buy the ex sedan delivery body for a song and turn it into nailhead powered stock car on a buick chassis and kicked alot of but with it, they got in a bad wreck (wrecked the frame but not the body) and decided it wasnt worth the fixing and got rid of it.

so it disapeared, then you found it.

JEFF

LIFESTYLZ
02-02-2009, 12:46 AM
After reading post 9, I thought I should back up Sleds claim.
Although a little bit late ... I guess a few have already judged him..

http://www.mexicanjunk.co.nz/Big%20Pics/32%20Ford%20Panel%20Delivery.htm

HEMI32
02-02-2009, 01:23 AM
After reading post 9, I thought I should back up Sleds claim.
Although a little bit late ... I guess a few have already judged him..

http://www.mexicanjunk.co.nz/Big%20Pics/32%20Ford%20Panel%20Delivery.htm

That's a '32 Ford Panel Delivery (6,122 made) ... not a '32 Ford Sedan Delivery (392-400 made) ... big difference!

LIFESTYLZ
02-02-2009, 01:45 AM
Yeah true.

I see the difference now...

Cheers....:)

Dirtynails
02-02-2009, 05:37 AM
It's kind of neat. The body reminds me of a 1932 Chev panel van/truck in Auckland ,New zealand about 40 years ago.
Would look good painted glossy black with a police logo. Just the ticket for towing the car out to lakes.
http://wwwDelivery.SuperStock.com/WI/223/1749/PreviewComp/SuperStock_1749-149.jpg
Going on line in 1932....

2deuces64
02-02-2009, 09:18 AM
I owned this one for a while. Its now getting a wood kit and is being mated to a tudor sedan.

Stllrng.
02-02-2009, 09:27 AM
That's a '32 Ford Panel Delivery (6,122 made) ... not a '32 Ford Sedan Delivery (392-400 made) ... big difference!

Also, that is a 1933 Panel delivery, not a '32. Look at the dash and firewall. Most of the 33's and almost as many 34's are always sold as 1932's. ( in the truck line)

Weasel
02-02-2009, 10:32 AM
This is as definitive as I can find on actual production figures from Tony Thacker's 'The Deuce':

Sedan delivery B-410

Total 406 units of which:

Domestic U.S. V8 58 units, Model B 4 cyl 342 units.
Canada Model B 4 cyl - 3 units
Mexico Model B 4 cyl - 3 units

Weight 2592 lbs V8, 2462 lbs. Model B 4 cyl. Weight body only 798 lbs.

The first unit was built in October 1932 and the final unit in January 1933. US production was at Cincinnati, Norfolk and Memphis.

So there you have it.

jerseyboy
02-02-2009, 11:05 AM
Also, that is a 1933 Panel delivery, not a '32. Look at the dash and firewall. Most of the 33's and almost as many 34's are always sold as 1932's. ( in the truck line)

Stllrng, Good observation! You can also see the X member in the chassis. That was first put in the '33 models.

HEMI32
02-02-2009, 01:33 PM
After reading post 9, I thought I should back up Sleds claim.

Although a little bit late ... I guess a few have already judged him..

http://www.mexicanjunk.co.nz/Big%20Pics/32%20Ford%20Panel%20Delivery.htm

That's a '32 Ford Panel Delivery (6,122 made) ... not a '32 Ford Sedan Delivery (406 made) ... big difference!

Also, that is a 1933 Panel delivery, not a '32. Look at the dash and firewall. Most of the 33's and almost as many 34's are always sold as 1932's. ( in the truck line)

Stllrng, Good observation! You can also see the X member in the chassis. That was first put in the '33 models.

My bad ... I didn't even bother scrolling down past the first pic ... but should have noticed the firewall.

Petejoe
02-02-2009, 01:38 PM
Dick Spadaro has one. I seen it at the 32 Dearborn deuce reunion.

sled
02-02-2009, 01:58 PM
According to the correct infos above there are 3 sedan deliverys 32 sent to Mexico...still have a good chance to find one of those!!!!
Will be cool....ok,keep my eyes open then...wish me luck!! Sled

ProEnfo
02-02-2009, 02:52 PM
Dick Spadaro has one. I seen it at the 32 Dearborn deuce reunion.

???

Ghost28
02-02-2009, 03:30 PM
The knowledge here is amazing. I had to make a delivery out of a chevy coach...ghost

sled
02-02-2009, 03:34 PM
ProEnfo,WOW..looks like the perfect barn fine here..what's the story???
can you tell us something about ???

Ghost28
02-02-2009, 03:38 PM
I've got a question. When did they change from flush mounted side panels to the inset style like on the 32????

Weasel
02-02-2009, 03:51 PM
I've got a question. When did they change from flush mounted side panels to the inset style like on the 32????
1940 for Ford Sedan Deliveries - but they changed to flush mount side panels from inset style.

Ghost28
02-02-2009, 04:06 PM
1940 for Ford Sedan Deliveries - but they changed to flush mount side panels from inset style.
O.K. Thanks... But did the model a have flush mount side panels on the deliverys? Could of swore I saw a few with flush mount panels. Or were they home grown? ghost

alchemy
02-02-2009, 04:56 PM
Model A's has a semi-flush side panel. It had one bead, but not a deep one like the window glass had.

Then 32's were real deep. Then 33/4 had a shallower side again. Then 35 through 39 had even shallower, and a 40 was totally smooth.

Raven53
02-02-2009, 05:24 PM
I seen one of them there cars in a three stooges episode once...........woo woo woo woo woo.....................I'll murderlize you!!!!!!

Petejoe
02-02-2009, 06:18 PM
I've got a question. When did they change from flush mounted side panels to the inset style like on the 32????
Yes. That the one Dick Spadaro owns. You'll have to contact him on that one. I seen it up close. Really cool.

Petejoe
02-02-2009, 06:19 PM
ProEnfo,WOW..looks like the perfect barn fine here..what's the story???
can you tell us something about ???

Yes. That the one Dick Spadaro owns. You'll have to contact him on that one. I seen it up close. Really cool.

Deuce Roadster
02-02-2009, 06:52 PM
The first unit was built in October 1932 and the final unit in January 1933. US production was at Cincinnati, Norfolk and Memphis.



Ford had a plant in Charlotte NC in 1932.
I have seen papers where they made ONE sedan delivery in Charlotte NC in 1932.

krylon32
02-02-2009, 07:02 PM
The delivery you are refering to as Spaderos belongs to Doug McRae in Topeka Ks. He's had it for quite a while and is the guy that makes the wood kits.

sled
02-02-2009, 07:05 PM
Petejoe,cool...no doubt Dick's car is in amazing conds..i just realized that i found over the years 5/6 32 panels but of course fidnin a REAL 32 sedan delivery,that's another story...
but you never know down here,so definately i'll keep my eyes open...for sure i lost for little a B400 32,it was close but no luck for me....i think positive anyway,perhaps 1 day....Sled

jjrodder
02-16-2009, 03:10 PM
Jerry's car originaly came from the Saint Paul Police Dept. and had 6 - 8 booking tags they found in the rear of the vehicle when they got it.

A little history lesson here. I am the Jerry Johnson that is mentioned throughout this thread. I bought the original '32 from a fellow club member in the Torquers CC in Mpls. Paid $50 for it. That was back in '64. Nobody wanted sedan deliveries back then as they were considered "trucks". Anyway, the SD was in pretty rough shape. The body had a lot of rust in it and I found a cherry sedan that Carl Zechbauer had. Ron White cut the back door section out of the original and expertly welded into the sedan. I have to laugh at the St. Paul Police Dept story. There were no booking tags in the back of the SD. It was a delivery van for a meat market in St. Paul however. I found the original sign on the panels when I stripped the paint off. I had a lot of fun with that SD. In 1967 I drove out the California and met a lot of rodders who I am still friends with. I even accepted an invitation to go to the Roadster Roundup in Pismo Beach from L.A. Roadster member, Neal East. That caused quite a stir as I was the only closed car in the sea of roadsters at the motel HQ's.
Ed Belkegren got the SD from me and did a super rebuild on it and then he later sold it to Morrie Lamb in Fargo, ND. Morrie still has it.
Here are a couple of pictures of the SD. The first one is when I first found the car. The second one is later after my trip to Calif. The color was "Sparkletts Water Co. green." It stood out in a crowd to say the least.

Louie
02-16-2009, 03:57 PM
welcome to the HAMB Jerry, great story!!!

JohnnyFast
02-16-2009, 03:57 PM
That "all green" paint job is how I remember seeing it at Minnesota Dragways in the mid-60's.

jjrodder
02-17-2009, 01:14 PM
Re: 32 ford sedan delivery
That "all green" paint job is how I remember seeing it at Minnesota Dragways in the mid-60's.

Here is a picture of the '32 at Minn. Dragways on one of my first outings with the car. I was towing the Sather Brothers A/G anglia with it. I was the drag strip photog back then, I think it was 1966.

JJ

jackandeuces
02-01-2011, 03:53 PM
Btt,,

lothiandon1940
02-01-2011, 04:18 PM
Btt,,....Thanks jackandeuces for bringing this thread back to the top. Very interesting and enlightening stuff. Don't know how I missed it before:)..Don.

Irish Mike
02-01-2011, 04:51 PM
What's the name of the shop in Michigan?

ratrod0
02-01-2011, 07:10 PM
heres one my dad had

krylon32
02-02-2011, 10:18 AM
The shop in Michigan is Kemps Rods and Restoration. I just googled it and it came up. He did my delivery conversion.

hotroddon
02-02-2011, 11:51 AM
Here is a picture of the '32 at Minn. Dragways on one of my first outings with the car. I was towing the Sather Brothers A/G anglia with it. I was the drag strip photog back then, I think it was 1966.

JJ
Any chance you have a larger photo of that? with the Anglia

kiwi88
04-24-2011, 01:47 AM
I'm intrigued, after all this time has anyone seen Sleds delivery or did I miss something in the thread?

LIFESTYLZ
04-24-2011, 02:29 AM
...this dufus claims to also have a '40 Ford Deluxe coupe project for sale for $10,000....and then he found a deuce sedan delivery...kids and computers....anyone notice he never came back?

This post from 4 years ago really cracks me up. Kids and computers aye??
Talk about pre judging someone and getting it so so wrong .. lol .:D

LIFESTYLZ
04-24-2011, 02:40 AM
I'm intrigued, after all this time has anyone seen Sleds delivery or did I miss something in the thread?
It was established through the thread earlier that is was indeed a panel van not a sedan delivery. Vehicles seem to get called different things in different countries.

Deuces
08-31-2011, 02:34 PM
Anymore of these come out of the woodwork lately???

Old&Low
01-08-2012, 05:39 AM
i believe around 57

On the money; 57 with the optional V8 and 338 with the standard equipped 4 cyl.
Got my 'stats' from Lorin Sorensen's "The Commercial Fords."

mgtstumpy
01-08-2012, 07:03 AM
http://www.rodandcustommagazine.com/techarticles/0906rc_1932_ford_sedan_delivery/index.html
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mr.32
01-09-2012, 09:54 PM
Well I must say ,Im new to this deal. It's great fun to read this one. I'm lucky enough to be the owner of the "real one" at JSK rod shop in Cumb, Tx. It turned out way cool. I have since got a kitted one ( hi-boy ) this time. It was stolen and later recovered , thanks to H.A.M.B. but that's another story.

rosco gordy
01-09-2012, 11:53 PM
I have the rear drip rail from a conversion I bought from bob richie that dick dean did years ago 2 in chop and it was nice job ,, it went to cal in the 80,s I think Ray Lark had it but I still got the drip rail!