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Hot Rods Can you tell what kind of car this used to be ?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by carolina chevrolet, Oct 19, 2019.

  1. carolina chevrolet
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    I have no idea what year or make it is. DSC_0100.JPG DSC_0101.JPG
     
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  3. 0NE BAD 51 MERC
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    37 Ford I think . Only car I know of with that roof line.
     
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  5. Agree, '37 or '38 humpback Tudor.
     
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  6. 42merc
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    CAN YOU TELL WHAT KIND OF CAR THIS USED TO BE ?

    It still is a '37 Ford.
     
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  7. A small section of one, at least.
     
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  8. Speed Gems
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    Now all you have too do is find one that's rusted away on the left side and you've got a project car!
     
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  9. Speed Gems
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    I think it was a '37 ford Standard.
     
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  10. carolina chevrolet
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    I brought it home thinking that I may be able to use a portion of the roof on a possible upcoming project.
    I'm glad to have found out what it is. Thank you all.
     
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  11. Oldioron
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    Ok what's next, that didn't take long.:)
     
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  12. redo32
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    Actually it is a 1938. '37 had external hinges. There are no holes for the mount bolts.
     
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  13. RJP
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    a little clean up and you could be cruising that in a couple hours.
     
  14. 42merc
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    I agree. Looking closer I see holes for SS trim on the beltline.
     

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