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How about some good looking pictures of 1932 ford tudors...

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  1. continentaljohn
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    Well HAMBers kinda looking for a project to do and it was gonna be a coupe, now thinking a tudor is a bit more pratical. How about some good looking tudors.. Did a search and only came up with a few...
    Thanks John
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    I'm not sure what year this is but its damn cool.
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    Thats a 32 it my dads (Dirty2)
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  7. The E&B Tudor is one of my favorites. It made the cover of HOT ROD in the '80's despite its red oxide primer finish.

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    I'm not sure what year this is but its damn cool.
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    Thanks for the comment, Creeps34 !!! Anyone notice the H.A.M.B. sticker on the windshield?
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    damn this thing rocks..... it looks so cool.


    it makes a statement!!!

    "600 dollar a gallon paint can go fuck itself..."
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    The dark blue and mustard colored ones are two of my all-time favorites! Here is another...
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  14. One more that I liked enough to copy it from the HAMB.

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    Hey beatnik, I think John knows what that first one looks like. It is sitting in his garage. [​IMG] [​IMG]
  16. Where were you in '62? Well, I was just a four-year-old kid, but this was a sweet ride.

    A scan from an unknown issue of Hot Rod that hung on the wall of my beroom for over five years in the '70s.
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    Diana Branch's sedan:

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    Thanks for posting the pictures of the cool tudors, you know you can serch the web and just find Streetrod ones? Nothing like the one that get posted here! This place rocks and Nitrobrother, that sedan kicks a@%. Is there more in the mag?? Well here the reason why I'm looking for pictures, this is the tudor I'm working on and looking for some ideas. One of the cleanest bodies I have seen and just a few dings.. Please post more if that's cool
    Thanks John

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    Hey Chrisman is she in Primer or is that a color coat with a flattener. Looks sweet got any more shots?
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    I used to follow the blue duece of Ray Dresselhaus around Pueblo and foam at the mouth. One of the best '32 sedans I have ever known. Dash was copper plated. Last seen in Pueblo about 6-7 years ago at the street rod nats. (40yearslate dad)
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    Hey Chrisman is she in Primer or is that a color coat with a flattener. Looks sweet got any more shots?

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    John,
    can't tell you about what type of paint was used, but it's really flat.
    You can see some more pics of it here.
  22. Hee's one of my buddys 32
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    Hello, did you ever get the hiboy done? Would like to see some pictures as I am doing one myself.
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    Dennis Varni's built buy the Rolling Bones crew.

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    Anyone have a picture of Rogue's old butterscotch one? That one was perfect.
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    Jim Benitez's 32,...must be in Japan now.

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    This one is still in my back yard

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    Although more of a Vicki or a hardtopped B-400, a Marcel Delay built Thom Taylor concept.

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    I hope hot rod roadster puts a pic of his on here. It had to be one of the other koolest ones around. The other one I would love to have is contintentaljohns blue one. I fell in love with that one at the second pile up.

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