The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by AF/X, Dec 13, 2009.
New local steel car
Deuce Day 2019
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March '99 crashed and rebuilt. Full size Dodge van changed lanes into 3W and clipped left rear fender. Van went off into medium on Highway 99 and hit Coupe a second time while coupe was sideways. Six months later after frame straightened, top chopped, fenders repaired and sprayed black acrylic lacquer. I owe the body repair and top chop to Stan Beringhele, RIP, who I bought the body from in '82.
If you just want pictures of 32 fords just Google for them.
Title is "32 Ford 3W pictures" This is my car that I built and rebuilt. What are you inferring.
I was fortunate to have friends who helped with the rebuild, including Eric Vaughn, wheels and Pete Eastwood, headlight bar. What is this '32 3W envy?
That Photobucket crap sure screwed up a lot of good pictures. I hope no one on Hamb ever uses them again........
My ‘32 in 1975
My 3 window project in the works.
GNRS Top 100 pick
Great pictures all. Unfortunately I'm still not computer savvy so my 3 window has to be in the avatar. I'd like to show what it looked like when the drivers door flew open at 85 mph. All repaired now, was lucky it didn't screw up the hinges, just the door skin and fender.
Check your "Conversations"
Finally bought this 3/window after 43 years of trying..
Here you go, Gary,@krylon32.
I don't have any information on this 3w. Bitchin'
Looks like Dean Micetich driving his coupe......he is (or was) a member on here, and a UK ex-pat.
Yep Kid Rockers coupe before he unchanneled it.
This coupe is similar to the one stumpy posted. Could be the same car.
I'm pretty sure it's the same car. I was parked across the isle from it at GNRS a couple years ago, Oh Man is it nice.
In the '70s I built a '32 chassis and for years looked for a 3W body. '82 was the year that I found a 3W body at the Pomona Swap Meet. The seller was a body man who had a life long appreciation for the '32 Fords and had parted out his 3W to build a roadster. We became very good friends and when my car was wrecked in '99 he chopped the top and straightened the fenders. His name was Stan Beringhele and all of his friends and I still miss him since his passing. I found a couple of pictures of his 3W taken in the '60s. One with him standing next to his white coupe.
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