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History Has your attitude concerning 4 doors changed over the years?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Oct 21, 2018.

  1. The37Kid
    Joined: Apr 30, 2004
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    DSCF0256.JPG If you can't spot the rear door handles they some times get a pass. Bob
     
  2. Hombre
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    I am on board early in this thread saying I have no use what so ever for a four door with a few in the 30's exceptions. This Turquoise Merc sure has changed my mind about that. I could see that in my stable any time, beautiful car.
     
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  3. 6sally6
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    NOPE!............unless they are "suicide/see-more doors"....then maybe!
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  4. Mr48chev
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    Thead popped up again and it got me to thinking when I was at Costco Sunday driving the OT two door and trying to put Costco size stuff in the back seat that one of the four doors sitting in the driveway would have been a lot better choice. One sits too low to get out though the snow and the other needs the trans serviced so the Old reliable red one got the road trip.
     
  5. fastcar1953
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    o.k. got the car home today. have some parts will order rest over the next month. will post build thread when i start. my budget when to about $4200 but build time will be about 6 weeks. i hope. i want to have it finshed by the 4th of july. DSCF7294.JPG
     
  6. I sold my 1932 flathead powered 4 door sedan for a lot more than I got for my 1932 roadster.HRP

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  7. Unique Rustorations
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    My two fav 4-door long roof models. A ‘59 and a ‘62. Both on the bucket list. Randy


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  8. D.Conrad
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    Now I have a 4 door after never wanting one. They can pretty cool. 32 4 DOOR 010.JPG
     
  9. Schwanke Engines
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    This is begging for some Header dumps right out the fender wells, just make it Loud and obnoxious.
     
  10. rusty rocket
    Joined: Oct 30, 2011
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    No four door for me. Unless it was a Woodie or a station wagon.
     
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  11. 31hotrodguy
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    That is a good looking car right there!


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  12. rockable
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    Not much. There are only a few hardtop models I would even consider.
     
  13. 38 Chevy
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    First car, 1938 Chevy 4dr. Built in 1996-99, still drive it. 38 Chev.jpg
     
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  14. 57JoeFoMoPar
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    Nope. My only exceptions would be suicide door Lincolns, 57-8 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham and maybe a 57 Bel Air 4 door hardtop.
     
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  15. OldSchoolRodz
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    To each their own, but not for me, Nope sorry, I’m too old to drive a 4 door, no kids, no friends, if I buy more groceries that a front split bench will hold they go in the trunk. If I got a free continental with rear suicide doors, I might relent and drive it till I doubled my money... outside that, never have, never will. And for that matter, whats with all the more door trucks nowadays... another nope!


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  16. oldsfrench
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    mine is a four doors...
    this car came from florida ,when i was looking for an 1956 oldsmobile ,
    it was the only one i found in my price range.
    + my wife don't like two doors , and here in france , two doors are very rare , and more expansive than 4 doors..
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  17. Dago 88
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    We don't have much choice in Oz so we make the most of what we have. Here are two I have owned. O.jpg Dads Olds.jpg
     
  18. Terrible80
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    Some are cool , some the 1st thought in my mind is: Too bad it's not a 2 door.

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  19. GEBHARD
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    I want a heavily chopped 4 door merc for the family...
     
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  20. boltupal
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    My attitude toward 4 doors has always been the same. They are GREAT demo derby cars...
     
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  21. Finnrodder
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    No, it hasnt. I have never cared about 4 doors, but everyone has a different kind of taste with everything. I dont diss people if they're into 4 doors, its just not my personal thing. My dailydriver is offtopic GMC truck with an extended cab with suicide doors. So technically its a 4 door model, but i can live with that.
     
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  22. Dave Mc
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    Some of us have to make the most of what we can afford. JelliPups5179 025.jpg
     
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  23. 1959Nomad
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    And it looks like you do very well with what you have available!
     
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  24. Dave Mc
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    Thank you " Nomad ". This is what I started with .
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  25. 1959Nomad
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    Wow, even more impressive after seeing this! Well done.
     
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  26. 40desoto
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  27. Deuces
    Joined: Nov 3, 2009
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    Yep! I like the mid '60s Lincoln convertibles and also the '67-'69 Thunderbirds... A mechanic I used to work for bought a '69 'bird 4-door from a lady customer that was pink with a white vinyl top and a white leather interior.... Man, it was nice! :)
    It was powered by a 345 hp 390....
     

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