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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Deuce Daddy Don, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. Here is my one getting towed home by my old man 42 years ago.
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    and a couple of him and me after I finished stage one of it's build.
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  2. Deuce Daddy Don
    Joined: Apr 27, 2008
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    HEY!---I think my thread is being HIJACKED!---Love all the earlier pix & comments,-----BUT I started this to see how many Hambers still had COMPLETE 1932 FORD ROADSTERS (Running or not), in their posession,----NOT pieces & parts & hoping to one day get it together.
    All the trading & wanting need to be in the "PARTS" section, If you don't mind.
    Thanks, Don
     
  3. thequietwon
    Joined: Mar 21, 2006
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    Well, since you said running or not, does an absolute basket case count? It is an original...
    Sam
     

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  4. JeffreyJames
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    I retract my statement because I forgot one thread I'm on. That roadster is awesome!!!!
     
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  5. bardahl1
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    I'll do ya one better.........

    about 10 years ago my friend and I went to a show (NZSRN?) w Stottle in ChCh.... saw this car at the scrutinizing (sp) and being a real 32 roadster owner of course we got to talking, next thing I knew the old boy threw us the keys and told us to have fun! At first I thought he wanted me to take a lap around the block..... but he meant for us to drive it around the south island. We drove that thing all over the place for the better part of a week - it was a blast. Ran great and has a Columbia in it. Went to some other shows, down south, ran out of petrol a few times, and pissed off a few locals in car parks driving on the wrong side, etc etc.

    I'm tellin ya, only in New Zealand does a guy hand the keys to a car like this to a couple of yanks he doesnt even know and tell ya to have fun and bring it back when you're done. Great Guy - Great Real Roadster!
     
  6. MIKE-3137
    Joined: Feb 19, 2003
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    a dream basket case though!
     
  7. rbradber
    Joined: Oct 25, 2010
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    I've got one too.
     

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  8. Here is mine, built in '64 near Philadelphia
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  9. Royal Deuce
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    Very nice, is it undropped up front, and how did you lower it in the back
     
  10. Hi There here is the rear cross member & the front with an old chrome stock heavy axel which is all we got in Australia on all 1932 fords. I'm in the process of fitting 1936 ford drive shaft halves to the headers and fitting a full hood with small cut outs for the outside pipe.
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  11. Deuce Daddy Don
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    You bet!!----Enjoyed your "FIND" pix on the HAMB post!---Can't wait to see your results, its really gonna' be a labor of "LOVE".
     
  12. Dont get mad at me DD, its not all there - some fool kid cut the floor out back in...say 1949 or so and the gas tank is completely wrong. :)
    r/Bob
     

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  13. Royal Deuce
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    Okay thanx for the info.

    / Håkan


    QUOTE=Kustom Linez;7592141]Hi There here is the rear cross member & the front with an old chrome stock heavy axel which is all we got in Australia on all 1932 fords. I'm in the process of fitting 1936 ford drive shaft halves to the headers and fitting a full hood with small cut outs for the outside pipe.
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  14. PaulN
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  15. Old Dude
    Joined: May 12, 2006
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    Brookville Roadster is just about 55 miles from me. Very good people to deal with. When I built my old '29 ford roaster, I got most of all of the parts for convt. top there.
    My Brother-inLaw has a real nice '32 Original Ford Roadster, that he has listed for sale by a consignment deal, I believe. He bought a winter home in Fla. so he is selling. He has a 1940 Conv. also, and a '32 Ford 5-Window, all original. He has a '32 Ford two dr. Sedan, Street Rodded. The '32 Roadster is the only one he wants to sell. Can't find picture of his '32 Roadster. Will look some more later.
     
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  16. gtopillado
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    I just picked up a original deuce roadster today, needs to be completely restored but body is in great condition. Bought it off a 80+ lady thats selling her husbands toys, he already passed. I definitely feel blessed...
     
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  18. Roger Walling
    Joined: Sep 26, 2010
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    I started working on it in 1958
     

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  19. FOURTYDLX
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  20. Dusters swe
    Joined: Jan 10, 2007
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    My Barn find. Brought down this from their sleep. In the summer of 2013. In the middle of nowhere.
     

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  21. Dusters swe
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    More Photos
     

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  22. Dusters swe
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    :))
     

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  23. flatheadkid1
    Joined: Jan 6, 2007
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    Here is mine. Searching for an original 32 roadster dash.
     

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  24. Gary Addcox
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    Hey, Dirty 2. Mine is a very late production # with no patch panels anywhere. Oh, wait. Did you say "no Brookvilles"? Sorry...................
     
  25. birdog
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    I just picked up a 32 roadster it was built in 1952 and has sat since 1957!
     
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  26. Big Al
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    any pics?.
    Al.
     
  27. scootrz1
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    I have a 30 roadster ,but my brother has a real 32 that he has had for prob 30 plus years been off road for prob over 25 years
     
  28. Here is mine, built in '64 by the sleepers cc IMG_20140515_202712.jpg outside Philly
     
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  29. a boner
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    Do they have to be a Ford?
     
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  30. birdog
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    My car in 1954 IMG_20141107_104728.jpg
     
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