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MEXICAN JUNK,what i found.... pix

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by sled, May 17, 2007.

  1. 7 year old posts??
     
  2. MERCURYGUY
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    Awsome find. If you stumble over some junk parts for a 1932-33 Pickup cab let me know. Tom
     
  3. OahuEli
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    Good save! That car would go for $5000 over here easy, and I'd be one of the bidders for sure.
     
  4. sled
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    Yeah,looks like mate!!
    Time flies when you're havin fun...
    It's been a long ride but I have the same energy as the first day...so lots more to come,amigos!!;)
     
  5. ss34coupe
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    Keep finding them, Sled! We love it!
     
  6. sled
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    Here we go amigo!!!
    Lets have some fun ...i just got these pics from a pal o mine...an old man died tieme ago and now the daughters are selling this stuff...
    nope,i dont have any prices yet but what intrigues me is i want to be sure what the 34 on the far right is exactly...looks to me a coupe,but according to the small door i feel its a 5w coupe...as far i can tell
    and the pickup on the side i think its a 32...
    then what do you reckon on the open car 28/39??Phaeton or roadster??i feel more like a phaeton but please,chime in and shoot your opinion
    Then i have no clue yet on what brand the more door on the far left is...hood is quite long,probably a 6 inline engine in there ..any clues,fellas??
     

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  7. Gary Addcox
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    Magnus B, the rearend of that '32 looks far too wide for an original Ford, also the deck area is not '32. Is this a Replicar from the '70,s ? They were close to stock, but not that close. Just wondering before someone shells out mucho dinero for a pinche car.
     
  8. jfreakofkorn
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    its great to see that they have stuff out there still ...
     
  9. sled
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    Yeah,it's a great joy for me to be able to scarf out this stuff daily ..that's why I do live here ..more to come,fellas
     
  10. oldrelics
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    Top row far left looks like a Willys.
     
  11. Peanut 1959
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    To me, it looks to be a' 33 Studebaker.
     
  12. They don't junk anything in Mexico...they only look that way.;)
     
  13. boomosby
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    wowwwwww!!!
     
  14. sled
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    Looks too big to be a Willys to me..note the hood length that is big enuff for a 6 inline engine...my 2 cents

    Willys as far I remember they always had small tiny 4 cyl engines
     
  15. sled
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    Ah ah ,that's a good one Bomb
     
  16. boomosby
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    is that the same the same car??
     
  17. sled
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    Sorry man,but i dont get your question...the same car compared to wich other one?
    Without a pic is hard to tell,too many cars and stories...;)
     
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  18. seb fontana
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    You complaining?
     
  19. Squablow
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    Check out the 200 kph speedo on that '58 Plymouth! That car is fantastic. Great score on the 33/34 2 door sedan as well, looks extra solid!
     
  20. sled
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    Squablow,export version car with that speedo in kms...yeah,its a cool one and very solid...saw it a few times already but i havent met the owner yet..he stores it very close to a friend o mine garage,but i will go there soon and inquire about..

    Btw,i got a hint on another Plymouth 57/58 convertible ,sitting collecting dust in a private house..story is that the owner died years ago and the widow has it just in storage covered with a tarp..i have to go there soon and see it in person..a pal o mine knows where it is..we will make a plan soon on this one,no doubt!!

    The 34 sedan is not that bad either,very savable ..im not peaky these days,and anything ike this is worth it to be rescued..;)
     
  21. Aeroman
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    Very cool. Muy chido compa
     
  22. Why?

    If I was complaining, you would hear about it.:rolleyes:
     
  23. Harry Bergeron
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    Try 32/33 Essex Terraplane? they had 6 or 8 cylinders and a low windshield.
    If there are fold-out louvers in the hood, it's probably a straight 8.
     
  24. sled
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    New day ,new find..i got a call from another pal o mine telling me that he saw a local newspaper ad about this Ford 59 Fairlane 500 convertible
    actually the owner had also for sale a 61 Oldsmobile Starfire convertible...
    i could'nt go the day i called,busy on other stuff...went the next day and the 61 Olds have been sold one hour before
    Well,checked this Ford quite well,imported years ago from the States and in rust free conds..owner is restoring it slowly but he decided to sell it now to money on his business..not a bad find find at all,lots of potential here
     

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  25. OahuEli
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    That could be a good investment! Sure ain't a Y block in there!
     
  26. seb fontana
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    Sorry I misread the question marks..Exclamation points I would have understood..Sled has posted [and probably made a lot of people drool] and sure is appreciated [and envied!] by many and me..
     
  27. sled
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    Sure is amigo...matching númbers 322 ci ,perfectly running...pic might be deceiving but I got others wich shows better...
    Yep,it's a good investment ,a pal o mine wants to buy it and properly restore it
    I reckon an US company makin the correct interior for these Fords...probably ABC interiors or something like this?
    Anybody knows better? Want to get the correct interior for it
     
  28. sled
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    No worries Seb...Lifestyle is a good pal with a good sense of humor ;)
     
  29. Got to have a bit of fun aye Sled.... How's those 2 Mercs going? :D
     
  30. sled
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    Hey mate...i sutil got the 50 coupe in the backburner for now..but the 40 coupe is slowly progressing with Kevan...stainless steel is done and in show conds ,plus a dropped axle bought also for it ..it's getting there :D
     

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