The Jalopy Journal
Always a favorite, Herve Ditner's Tudor
Photographed by Etienne Butterlin: Franck Fuochi's Tudor
Thanks for posting that 2nd picture of the Spanish Deuce. Yes, 112 inches indeed, or so it looks.
Jean-Luc Louasil's Tudor, France:
I'm no Fordor expert, but the body doesn't look stretched to 112 inches - I might be wrong.
However, I'm intrigued by the shape of the front...
Good stuff, Bob Miller!
And from the UK: Pete Dempsey's Tudor.
(Photo Dave Hall)
Good stuff, Sheldon!
More pics of that UK Tudor, For Sale. Equipped with a small Ford Europe 2.0L engine[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Love the painted building.
This one recently sold in the UK:
Where is the museum!?
Chris Chory's Tudor, Germany. (Photo Etienne Butterlin)
Seen in the French movie « Papy fait de la résistance ». Thanks for the photo, Harold Degand.
The ex-Johnny Best Fordor, UK
Homemade (?) truck based on a Euro Deuce, with lengthened chassis. Note visor and 1933-34 skirted Deuce fenders. Thanks for sending the photo,...
Sold in Holland. Runs a 350/350, solid body.
Saw it on Facebook... Search Erwin Planting.
Cool find indeed, RichLee!
Here is another one from the UK. (Photo Ethan Lisle)
From the UK. (Photo Pete Dempsey)
From Switzerland. (Photo Rene Hausmann) [ATTACH]
Interesting coachbuilt car, Banjeaux Bob.
On another note: Filip Rawoen's Tudor, Belgium
Jean-Luc Louasil's fleet of cars, France. Cars #3 and 4 are... Renaults.
I must say... I kinda like it with the visor!
Pete Dempsey's Tudor, UK
Bob Miller/Dom Meunier ready to race in France. (Photo Gabo)
Cool photo Bob/Dom.
Here is a pic of Johnny Best's former Fordor, UK. (Thanks David Hodge.)
Herve Ditner's Tudor
Thomas! Good to find you here.
Yes, the car looks familiar...
Wonder the same thing! Who was any info about this car?
From Switzerland - note custom sunroof. (Photo Sebastien Fausser)
Rare panel version from Switzerland
A couple of Fordors found in Europe
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