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1933 Ford Phaeton

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Lucky Burton, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. Lucky Burton
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    I have had several people ask me to post up finished pictures of this build i finished about 8 months ago. I don't know why I never put them up but here they are... This car may or may not be an original army car but it sure looks like one. This Phaeton is a 1933 standard of which I believe there was only 214 production made. I did put leather seat out of a deluxe though. Hope you enjoy.. Lucky
     
  2. Lucky Burton
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  3. Lucky Burton
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    ok here we go
     

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  4. Brandy
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    Wow, its REALLY nice! I just emailed them to my uncle who builds military vehicles.......this is gunna be HOURS of good fun. =O)
     
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  5. JohnJoyo
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    That's really cool Lucky. What a great looking old Ford
     
  6. That is soooo rare, sooooo sweet
     
  7. Weasel
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    What's wrong with shiny?:D
    Great car and great to see a military version.
     
  8. HotRodMicky
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  9. abe lugo
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    how about some details Lucky? is it a hotrod in army fatigues?
     
  10. Lucky Burton
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    No it's all pretty stock. Original 21 stud motor 6v. With the exception of the paint and leather seat pretty much just as she was back
    in 33..
     
  11. shoebox1950
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    very cool! I can see that being used in the movies...
     
  12. i like it. looks like a heap of fun.
     
  13. modelAsteve
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    Love the car! Have you ever thought of 1933 plates?
     
  14. RAY With
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    Cool looking and rare and thats a great combination any way you look at it. No telling how many are left if any. Thanks for posting the pic's
     
  15. Doc.
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    Man, you sure do got some cool toys.

    Doc.
     
  16. 29 bones
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    wow love it..
    please post pics of the build process
    thanks Brian
     
  17. BIGREDTODD
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    That's pretty cool Lucky...thanks for sharing...any history?
     
  18. pan-dragger
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  19. 66Coronet440
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    That's cool as hell!
     
  20. Lucky Burton
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    Yeah he has a set of 33 plates and currently the DMV is processing them. Believe it or not my client is 73 years young and this is his daily driver.
     
  21. Lucky Burton
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    Sorry Brian I have no pictures of the build. It was a mess when I got it. The person that started the project was taking it in a really wrong direction. So needless to say I had to undo everything that person did and I took it all back to original stock condition.
     
  22. Django
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    Pretty bitchin. I agree on the '33 plates.
     
  23. 29 bones
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    29 bones
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    from so cal

  24. bonesy
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  25. Lucky Burton
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  26. 29 bones
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    well good job lucky,its well done
    Brian
     
  27. The37Kid
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    Nice job! If I ever will PowerBall I'm picking up a '34 a friend has that is stone stock and solid, spent its life in South Africa were nothing ever rusts.
     
  28. 63Compact
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    What a cool look well done.
     
  29. Lucky Burton
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    Not to get to off topic but how come nothing rust in South Africa?
     
  30. Mazooma1
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    you could not ride in that car without a smile
     

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