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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Jan 17, 2022.
I love this car as is, particularly the hood.
My old "phantom" 32 Sedan Delivery.
I still have my 25th and 50th t-shirts now I need a 90th t-shirt!
Sold my '31 A-V8 coupe and bought this one...it's gonna be a common sight in PHX!
I've owned 35 1932 Fords, here's two I've got
I like your style!!
@John Stimac , - that Victoria looks just absolutely beautiful…[/USER]
Here’s a photo of my car and I…….
Jack beat me in getting his old phantom delivery posted. I was honored to have for a while that neat old hot rod that he and some pals put together.
I made a few changes and then passed it along to a fella in CA.
I never did get all the green off of it! A Ford in a Ford, too.
Thanks again to Jack for sharing it with me.
I'm like John Stimic, I've owned over 35 of em. Here's my current 2dr and the Maroon roadster will be here this week end
This is the only one I’ll probably ever own.
1968 and a few years later, today
My original 32, blown Hemi, 5spd. QC, B
YEP!-----Me & my roadster both born in 1932! ALL FORD POWER!
my next project, 32 Ford pickup:
Yes, 90 years old...including the frame metal!
You guys are in a league of your own, remarkably I have owned 10 over the years. HRP
I had this one for a while but I traded it to a fellow Hamber in Texas. HRP
Took me a long time to get mine.
A few years ago, Al @Hamtown Al was kind enough to do a straight across trade...my Sedan Delivery for his running/driving '36 Cabriolet project.
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I loved my old Sedan Deliv...and Al was the RIGHT guy to be its next caretaker...it was a pretty nice little hot rod, but Al is a REAL hot rodder, and made quite a few improvements...and it left his possession a much BETTER car than when it arrived. For that, I thank you Al..
Our 3W , next pic is same 3W around 1960 , next is my restorer buddy with the 3W his family has owned since 1937. He frowns on our hot rod , then i say well its been a hot rod for longer than it was original , he accepts that.
pickup we rebuilt with cragar head etc.
Roadster to get everything else ( fenders etc full package) from 90 years ago.
My last but not forever. There's a 32 or 34 in my future.
My old pile-o-parts sedan survivor. #1117, assembled in Jacksonville, FL.
59 AB, 37 trans and banjo rear, 34 x-member and rear crossmember, 34 steering box.
Original 32 radiator and gas tank and old black R&P seat covers.
Thinking about putting the fenders and boards back on.
(Pic by Mrs.HRP)
The only '32 I ever found and bought. Former owner cut it in half to hide from the neighbors. It is somewhere in Australia now.
I bought this coupe from a local school teacher, he bought it from a gentleman in Alabama,
Several years latter I decided to let the car go and I advertised it hereon the Hamb, I gad a conversation with 56Don and after he ask me some questions about the car we determined it was his first 32, after talking we got together and he now owns the car, it is where it belongs. HRP
My last coupe, it's in Cherokee,North Carolina now. HRP
Tom Busche's radical chopped coupe. HRP
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