The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57snrf, Apr 8, 2015.
Don't you mean a couple of things Denny?
From the UK
Tudor project from France
... and Tudor project from Sweden
Remember this one when it was a stocker. Now hot rodded in France
Stock Car racing, UK
In on page 32.....bump to front.
Was watching American pickers tonight, looking at some guys 34 Cabriolet.
Did a very short and fast timeline of the improved cars post Model A. Out of nowhere they flash a 32 Euro sedan, I barely had time to double take but there it was.
Dusty Race, France
Photo Carlos Kella
Mine as it is right now , rear lower and chop is next on my list
Tudor & Fordor: Roadrunners Car Club, France
... and Denmark today...
....built my Tudor back in 1986....was in my life for a long time....sold it,and it ended up in Germany......Dave Haskell did the chop....and Froggy put it on paper.....
... one of my favorites - thanks for posting
Autocar Rally at Minehead, 1932
For Sale in the UK
1975 Custom Car Magazine, UK - '32 Tudor with a 327ci V8
I never knew so many ended up as Rods. I just got back from Europe last week and I did not see any of these unique 32s, I was lucky enough to see a T Bucket and early 50s Studebaker coupe in Leipzig though. I am surprised none of these British built bodies never made their way out to Australia. We did get some of the Model Ys however including a factory three window coupe that was built in Geelong. Of all the British cars, the 20's and 30's fords are my favourite, especially the 32 Tudors, and Model Ys.
Same car as above, 42 years later! Note sunvisor
Just-finished project, France
New satin black outfit for this Tudor from Sweden. (See post #936)
Yesterday/today's fantastic Cry Baby Car Show, France
From France - never seen this one before
I think this is a "Winker" the father of the turnsignal
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