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History 85th anniversary of the Deuce 1932 - 2017

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  1. grumpy32
    Joined: Apr 1, 2010
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    from Australia

  2. Speedwrench
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  3. 32 Spitfire
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    As I was down in the shop this evening enjoying a glass of wine and looking at my 32's I actually thought this is the 85th year! I'm still amazed at the 32 body style and lines that Ford was able to do so long ago. With that said the 32 Ford will never go out of style!! Thanks Ford Motor Company

    Here are mine and for more photos please check out my blog: https://ontheroadtonowhereville.wordpress.com/


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    Thanks HAMB
     
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  4. grumpy32
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    Great looking roadster you have there Spitfire... great looking G model (is that correct)... had a quick look at your blog, well done.... and Thanks to Ford from me also...

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  5. flatheadtommy
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    the real deal from the 50's IMG_1482.JPG
     

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  7. Hendee
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  8. teach'm
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    El Bombero and I (along with our wives) drove our '32 sedans to the 80th Anniversary Deuce Week at The Petersen Museum, and to be honest, the show portion of the weekend is what I remember the least. Los Turistas!
    @Ryan

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  9. Larry Henderson's bitchin' Vicky.
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  10. Steve Coonan's old roadster.

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  11. grumpy32
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    Good looking pair of sedans...

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  12. DDDenny
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    Two of my top ten favorites.
     
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  13. Jeff Norwell
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  14. Jack Fuller's roadster.

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  15. Frank Morawski's coupe

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  16. Brock Henderson's sedan.

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  17. Henry Richards

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  18. joeyesmen
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    My roadster, has history from El Mirage (and timing tag) from Harpers in 1947. Currently wearing 1974 black lacquer and flame job.
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  19. DDDenny
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    As gorgeous as Larry Hendersons' Vicky is, I actually meant to say that it was Wayne Hendersons' Vicky that was one of my faves from the past, both are beautys in their own right. I think the Wayne Henderson car goes back to the early 70's.
     
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  20. Mine thru the years

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  21. Andy Southard Jr. Roadster --
    Salinas Ca, 1976
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  22. Lorenzini
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    Two of my favorite:
    Bob Bauder Sedan
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    Bob Rothenberg Roadster
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  24. Lorenzini
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    I have a bunch, but need to scan them. Although it's amongst a few other less know cars (ha ha), I love this picture taken up at Bauder's:
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  25. LTM75110
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    One of the best threads on here right now,32 sedan is probably my favorite of all 32s,The closet I`ll ever get is my late 31 with my 32 grill shell, lol..
     
  26. Deuce Daddy Don
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    WOW!!!---------What a "BEVY" of beauties!!!!!!!!!!!!
    How many are all "Henry's steel"???
     
  27. pprather
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    If you have to ask, it really doesn't matter.

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  28. Lorenzini
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    I'm pretty sure you were referring to the picture of the 4 cars I posted, including Bauder's deuce sedan & The California Kid. If so, all 100% Henry Steel. Those are Chapouris, Bauder, & Harper built cars.
     
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