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1932 FORDS at Portland Transmission Show TODAY

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 32 Barn Car, May 9, 2009.

  1. 32 Barn Car
    Joined: Jul 2, 2008
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    32 Barn Car
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    from Oregon

    A very nice day for this event , lots of cars . Here are a few of the '32's . Stock , Hot Rods , a few have been in mags and some have been with their owners 30+ years..........Z
     

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  2. 32 Barn Car
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    32 Barn Car
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    from Oregon

    A few more..........Z.
     

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  3. Skirv
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    Skirv
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    Good stuff. Thanks for sharing Z.Diddy.
     
  4. hiboyroadsterboy
    Joined: Nov 16, 2003
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    hiboyroadsterboy
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    from Mass

    Nothing better then a group of 32 fords,great pics.
     

  5. jsprcn
    Joined: Jul 21, 2004
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    jsprcn
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    I was at the show--- It was even better than the photos show!
     
  6. good to see that the "WOODIE" is still around, haven't seen it for sometime. Amazing amount of work building that body.
     
  7. hotrd32
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    hotrd32
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    from WA

    There are some cool 32's up there.....very nice...........
     
  8. hiboy32
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    hiboy32
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    from Omaha, NE

    that is quite a showing of 32's.
     
  9. couverkid
    Joined: Mar 30, 2007
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    couverkid
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    Probably the best event in portland in my eyes. Always alot of neat cars many you only see once a year.
     
  10. for you guys outa the portland area this 32 was built by a guy named larry Anderson,he made the body by hand outa rare Murtle wood only grows in oregon and iseral,he would go to Wescotts and take measurements off their body (Dee knew) and then lamanated all the wood together it took a long time but he had the coolest hi-boy for years (fenders came later),we used to joke about it havin termites and damnif it didnt get invested with some little termite type bug,leavin little piles of dust on the body........with out a doubt one that needs to be seen in person
     

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  11. what I enjoy is he never stops adding to it, more wood parts and it still drives it
     

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  12. Thanks for sharing your photos from the show. My favorite deuce's are the green Panel Delivery and the black Phaeton with the S.C.O.T blown flattie.

    Meatball - thanks for the info on the wooden roadster, I've loved that deuce since I first saw it as a kid way back in the eighties.
     
  13. 327-365hp
    Joined: Feb 5, 2006
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    327-365hp
    Member
    from Mass

    Nice stuff! I never get tired of seeing good looking deuces. I think my favorite is the one with the magnesium five spokes :D
     

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