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Projects Chopped 1932 Ford 5 window Coupes

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by m.ralph, Nov 11, 2016.

  1. m.ralph
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    My coupe at Lone Star Roundup SAM_0587.jpeg
     
  3. 3blapcam
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    from Austin, TX

    Sweet! I didn't see ya there, but that doesn't mean much... I think I saw 25% of the cars in attendance! That you next to the car? Any luck selling it?
     
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  4. m.ralph
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    yep, its an old fella's body with a 25 year old ambition to build 32 Fords. No reasonable affords yet.
     
  5. j3harleys
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    I saw them all but I cant remember them. I got CRS deal goin on.
     
  6. m.ralph
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    Its like my friend , always taking notes about everything, But never remembers where he puts the notes. ha
     
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  7. m.ralph
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    Installed Laker Headers today
    SAM_0644.JPG
     
  8. EmpireGarage
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    She's looking much better with the new headers on it.
     
  9. m.ralph
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    Thanks, I like them better than the older pipes.
     
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  10. woodz
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    Car looks great! Smart move with the change, really suits the rest of the car
     
  11. m.ralph
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    Thanks woodz, I still have more changes to do. I will post again soon.
     
  12. mohead1
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    I agree, 2 to 3 max, sets em off nice, like the factory shuda to take the top heaviness out of the look

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  13. m.ralph
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    Mohead, here's my other 32 coupe with a 3 inch chop.


    SAM_0620.jpg
     
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  14. How many 32's do you have?
     
  15. mohead1
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    Nice, 3 looks good....i have an "A" and have been mullin over a chop for awhile now....but just to bring the stock body into better perspective. Im tall and i aint bendin over to drive and i see these guys w heavy chops barely peekin out....stupid

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    I have two 32 Ford 5 windows and starting on a 32 Ford roadster
     
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    On my 32 green 32 Ford with 3 inch chop, I had a guy 6 foot 4 inches sit in it with about 4 inch head room.
     
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    I added the hood top back on her to see what she looked like.



    20170516_190111.jpeg
     
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    SAM_0655.JPG new photo
     
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    I bought an original 1932 firewall for her.
     
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  21. m.ralph
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    SALE PENDING, looks like she will be moving to Pa.
     
  22. 32owner
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    Mine is getting chopped by Flop in Pittsburgh, he does amazing work on metal. 32 is as clean as they get never a patch panel or rust should be starting it sometime this coming week. I hope he posts the chop I have quite a few people wanting to follow it. running in bare metal this coming summer till i decide a color. IMG_20171204_123148924.jpg
     
  23. Baron
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    Tom does excellent ( or should I say amazing) work. How much did you decide to take out of it ?
     
  24. 32owner
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    He is taking 3'' out and leaning the posts back.
     
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  25. nunattax
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    I like the green
     
  26. Stovebolt
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    Can you ask him to post lots of pictures here, so we can all sit back and appreciate his work on your build??
     
  27. 32owner
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    I will see what he says
     
  28. m.ralph
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    My newest 1932 Ford 5 window coupe chopped 5 inches.

    Before
    SAM_0796.jpeg SAM_0878.JPG SAM_0868.JPG SAM_0862.JPG SAM_0815.png
     
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    Sweet

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