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Projects 1933 ford sedan delivery

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Fatkidscars, Aug 20, 2018.

  1. Fatkidscars
    Joined: Nov 27, 2011
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    Picked up a new 33 project to add to the collection. Been in the barn since 70s, complete minus the seats, has a 55 Chevy rear end and juice brakes up front. solid old car saved due to being tucked away in a shed, fella has a lot of old cars sitting around the farm, here's a small list:::::
    2 32 3ws, 32 cabriolet, 32 sedan, 32 sport coupe, 32 b400, 32 5w, 32 pickups,34 3w, 34 5w 34 roadster, 33 cabriolet, and several model A's cabby's a400, roadsters, Vicky's, 32 Lincoln's, 40 ford convt, 36 roadster and phaeton, and many more...... one of the last honey holes close to me. Just show hambers what it looked as I found it...
     

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  2. 562roadster
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    Thats awesome! Congrats. Have you washed it yet?


    Sent from my iPhone using H.A.M.B.
     
  3. alchemy
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    I know where that is.....


    It's Heaven!
     
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  5. Hot Rods Ta Hell
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    Wow, great find! What's the build plans?

    Honey hole alright. That's a 401k retirement fund!!!
     
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  6. redo32
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    Go back and get pictures of the rest of the cars you listed
     
  7. chevy57dude
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    Sounds like the guy is coming off his stash.
     
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  8. brady1929
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    Congrats, great project.
     
  9. Fatkidscars
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    As of right now nothing else is for sale, going to get video when i drag it out... we have had alot of rain here... muddy muddy...but will wash it up on the way home...
     
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  10. Dick Stevens
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    Wow, what a honey hole! Subscribed
     
  11. Jalopy Joker
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    Wow - great find - look forward to updates
     
  12. Stogy
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    Congrats nice Barnfind @Fatkidscars...Stogy said proudly...:D
     
  13. ss34coupe
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    Nice find! Not many 33-34 sedan deliveries around.
     
  14. 392
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    Ditto to all above, sweet.
     
  15. Fatkidscars
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    Got the sedan delivery home to day.......and on a weird note as i got the title i looked at the previous owner and the name struck me odd, and looked familiar and as i thought about it it was a good friend from high scholls dad tbat had passed away in 1997 and he had sold it in 1967 and had been sitting since, i call my friend and told him about it and he talked to his mom who is very familiar with her late husbands cars and she recalls the car and its details... more to come...
     

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  16. Johnboy34
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    from Seattle,Wa

  17. Fatkidscars
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    Heres a few of the pics hambers asked for... more to follow, the pile of rear ends is a stack of 14 columbia 2 speeds laying outside...
     

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  18. 34Larry
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    Always thought the panels were killer as a rod, but maybe an inch or to high. Would it be sacrilege to just take a little off the top?
     
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  19. Fatkidscars
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    I don't know only 3666 or ever made and 1933 but I agree would look cool with a little chop
     
  20. Fatkidscars
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    Got a few pics from back in the mid 60s of the sedan delivery. It was used to drag around the 34 3w to different races tracks, in the black and white pic it was taken at flatlanders raceway, you can see the 3w at the line and the sedan delivery setting there also.
     

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  21. I'm getting neck spasms from looking at your pictures.:eek:
     
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  22. I'm on a laptop so I can turn it sideways easier.:D
     
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  23. Fatkidscars
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    New project,
    Just pickep up a 35 ford Phaeton, run drive just a good old driver car, bone stock....
     

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  24. Fatkidscars
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    Also picked up a bunch of ford v8 cut out parts,
    Distributor,fuel pump,steering box, water pump, transmission, ford flat head engine, front brake assembly with a functionary master cylinder to watch them work and columbia 2 speed rear end...
     

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  26. Outback
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    Wow! Nice find, crazy your friends dad owned it!
     
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  27. tub1
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    nice 35 you got there
     
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  28. ss34coupe
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    yes, very nice!
     
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  29. Fatkidscars
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    Got the 34 5w body home tonight, decent body, i have a nice floor and cowl and a titled frame for it... will make a nice project
     

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  30. 3blapcam
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    Do you want to sell that flathead V8 cutaway?

    3blap.
     
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