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Hot Rods suspicious 33 hood

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by flatordead, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. Got this with a pile of other parts. But it doesn't fit a Ford 33/34 passenger car. Is it Lincoln or Ford truck or custom made or what is it??? Paint seems original.

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  2. Johnboy34
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    Very similar to a 34 pass. car hood, Radiator cap area and 2 handles. Curved louvers look like 33? You might add the length of top, (center hinge) and belt line to aid in IDing it.
     
  3. Bader2
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    Truck,car hood the front edge lays back at the same angle as the louvers. Back edge of the top extends on this,the car doesn't,your side bead looks different too.[​IMG]
     
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  4. It's not a truck hood and a 33 Ford passenger car hood has a single handle. HRP
     
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  5. Bader2
    Joined: May 19, 2014
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    Gotta be 35 and up too,trucks don't have the same cowl as car. But the overhang on the hood is strange,35 trucks don't have that. Delivery type unit? Wait a minute just saw you're in Germany,it's gonna be completely different than mine.
     
  6. 302GMC
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    Anybody got a picture of the '33 with skirtless fenders found in northern Idaho 40 years ago ?
     
  7. AVater
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    Not a '35 pickup hood. Side curtain louvers get shorter in the middle to make room for the V8 logo in a '35 pickup.
     
  8. F&J
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    is it a European Ford?
     
  9. Dave Mc
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  10. squirrel
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    Rheinland Ford?
     
  11. Gotta be a European 34 ford part....in America the 33 has curved louvers with 1 hood handle. 34s have straight louvers with 2 handles. The hood in the photo has a combination of 2 handles with curved louvers....
     
  12. Atwater Mike
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    Might even be a Hupmobile hood. (Hup used Ford body sheet metal that year)
     
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  13. alchemy
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    Not regular American Ford. Maybe Euro?
     
  14. Thanks so far. I did take some measures and it seems to be quite bigger than a Ford V8 hood.
    Belt line is to fat too I think
    Need to say most other parts off that pile where model B/V8 mechanical parts. Bild15.jpg Bild16.jpg Bild17.jpg
     
  15. I did wrong the belt line is just 2" wide at the cowl, not 4".
     
  16. 66gmc
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    Could be off a GAZ m1. Ford sold model A and 33 ford tooling and parts to russia in the 1930s
     
  17. Not really the GAZ M1 has a smaller, straight beltline.
     
  18. henryj1951
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