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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57snrf, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. 57snrf
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    Sweden
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    Ad from the UK
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    Denmark, 1947
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  5. Tudor Simon
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    That's a great photo of my sedan from the UK's 2017 Hayride, although it makes the paint look lighter than it really is!

    As noted, my sedan is up for grabs, details at www.1932hotrod.co.uk
    Open to discussion & offers
    Simon
     
  6. 57snrf
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    Good luck with the sale, Simon.
    On another note: Stock & hopped up
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  9. woodyTom
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    Something you guys might want to check out on ebay, item# 173295556523--"rare ford simca-french military flathead". Looks like the engine thats in my 32...........Hello Stephen
     
  10. 57snrf
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    Good to hear from you, Tom!
    Dang, those French flatheads are not cheap. Picture below (from a military surplus) by hot rodder FXB is from the '90s, I think. These engines were more common then & perfectly crated by the army.
    Hope you're having fun with the '32.
    (Oh, and thanks for mailing the California license plate. I still have one; so, I will mail the other one to Dominique, who built the car back in the day. Say "Hi" to Mary.)
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    Switzerland. (Photo Sylvain Rocchi)
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  12. nunattax
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    a big improvement!
     
  13. Deuce Lover
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    Found this today less than an hr from me.Excellent body and all orig interior.Its available,body only,no dash or firewall.Hood not included.Not mine.
     

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  14. nunattax
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    that's a nice find.nothing wrong with 4 doors
     
  15. 57snrf
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    Wow, still out there...
    This one is from Switzerland. (Photo Sylvain Rocchi)
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  16. 57snrf
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    Not a Euro Deuce, but a cool visit at home from friends Lynn and Augie, on Monday. (Our building is from 1937)
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    Switzerland. (Photo Sylvain Rocchi)
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  18. clem
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    A better shot of the one I posted in post 35
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  19. 57snrf
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    Good looking car, Clem!
    And here is a vintage picture:
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  20. 57snrf
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    Thomas Toft Bredahl's Tudor, Denmark
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    Denmark (photo Juan Pedro Patterson)
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  22. 57snrf
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    Last weekend, Camshakers C.C., France
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  23. bob miller 32
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  24. Two at that auction Bob Miller. Auction is in Belgium next weekend. With fenders is a B 4 cyl with a thin front axle. The one without fenders has a "heavy" axle so is probably a V8.
    The auction is at collindubocage.com and then go to Automobiles du collection MAHY. Total of 104 barnfinds, also two 1935 Ford Tudors and a few more vintage american cars. Whole damn auction site is in French, i think i figured out that the commision on a sale is 25 %.
    Sure seems a lot of fees at 25%. Plenty of hotrodders in Belgium and France, wonder who the lucky new owners will be.

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    UOTE="34 GAZ, post: 12617229, member: 1788"]Two at that auction Bob Miller. Auction is in Belgium next weekend. With fenders is a B 4 cyl with a thin front axle. The one without fenders has a "heavy" axle so is probably a V8.
    The auction is at collindubocage.com and then go to Automobiles du collection MAHY. Total of 104 barnfinds, also two 1935 Ford Tudors and a few more vintage american cars. Whole damn auction site is in French, i think i figured out that the commision on a sale is 25 %.
    Sure seems a lot of fees at 25%. Plenty of hotrodders in Belgium and France, wonder who the lucky new owners will be.

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    I would nt mind one of those
     
  26. 57snrf
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    Amazing to see that they're still out there! Picture of the interior:
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  27. Auction site had quite a few pics mixed up .So in the mean time by going back and forth between lots i figured out that both these beauties above are 4 cylinders. Anyhow the auction is running right now at this time so i wonder who the highest bidder is and which country they will go to.
     
  28. Niet stiekem meegeboden Henry :D
     
  29. No, i did,nt bid. I had plans to make the 250 KM trip to the chatteau where the auction was and register on the Saturday morning. I exchanged quite a few emails in English with one of the auction reps because there was no real info in English on their website. So in the last week i brushed up on some French terms through google so as to make some educated bids as the desired cars would come up. Then reality started to come into it. Get up early, get home late, it,s pretty hot this weekend at 30 C ( mid 90s F ) Shity traffic through Antwerp or Brussels, Probably loose out on the Deuce,s, model A,s and '35 Ford Tudors due to whacky telephone bids. Then end up buying something else just for the hell of it. Then ofcourse going back home to rent a trailer and making the same trip again, midweek , maybe even twice for two cars. There were some nice projects though. Old man Mahy must have had a lot of fun in his heyday.
     
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