The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by clubcoupe37, Mar 22, 2012.
Evolution does strange things on big islands.
For Ford Australian Manufacture, only 39 and 40 in both Standard and Deluxe, the "Sloper" replaced the 37 (38) Club Coupes, I put the 38 in brackets as I believe the 38 Standard and Deluxe club coupes were a 37 carry over body with new grille, hood, and front and rear fenders, (more than happy to be corrected though).
Come back , we will try again.
1940 Olds showing it's beautiful lines.
In a private collection in Christchurch New Zealand. So sweet.
I was about to alert you X38 but see you are onto it. The Sloper came about after the 33 Cadillac Aerodynamic V16 coupe. (Disappeared in the 60s) My mate in Perth has one of the four 34 Aerodynamic coupes built. Stunning body style.
From certain angles, some of these "Slopers" even display a hint of Chrysler's Airstream and Airflow designs.
Your not paying attention Uncleandy
Thats better Andy, Little brain fart can happen to everyone
A picture I took years ago at an Early Ford meet. Australian and US versions back to back. Good comparison.
Fresh from the blaster
It's weird that Peugeot got inspired by Ford for the 203 and that the Ford sloper look so much like the 203.
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