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

  1. 57snrf
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    I hear you, 34GAZ...
    Here is another one from Sweden. (Photo Alf Ryhn)
    1795843_PhotoAlfRyhn.jpg
     
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  2. We both know they are still here in Holland too, only problem is how to find them :D
     
  3. 57snrf
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    France. (Photos Bruno Texier)
    1795843_PhotoBrunoTexier1.jpg

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  4. 57snrf
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    Euro vs. USA - proportions are not correct, though (shorter rear side windows etc.)
    2124.jpg
     
  5. 57snrf
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    Another Fordor SAVED! (Belgium)
    37032734_10156451880493749_4203084291837526016_o[1].jpg

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  6. bob miller 32
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    encheres.jpg this is the resume of the belgian sale . the prices are in euro , make the conversion in dollars it's not so expansive .
     
  7. nix
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    We discovered where it go Messerli's Ford

     
  8. nix
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    I was talking about this Argentinian/Italian version in a previous post, now it's on sale in Italy
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  9. nix
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    European body for sale now in Italy of another friend
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  10. hurlbird
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    hurlbird

     
  11. hurlbird
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    can someone tell me how to create a new post? I am sorry to use yours to ask this question. I can only reply so it seems??? thanks
     
  12. nix
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    Another Italian version, an interpretation by Pininfarina.
    if not mistake, in the past we talked in other thread... pininfarina ford 1932 fordbarncom.jpg
     
  13. nix
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    here in Italy....secret barn find, not yet discovered .... it's not mine....
    it's export version... (not sure European maybe from Latin America)
    canc.jpg
     
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  14. Dick Stevens
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    Click on the Red box that says "POST NEW THREAD"
     
  15. hurlbird
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    thanks but my view doesn't have such a box. Where is it located? I don't see it anywhere. Thanks
     
  16. Dick Stevens
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    On the Hokey Ass Message Board page, it is located toward the top on the right hand side of the page.
     
  17. Very nice NIX, whats his asking price ?
     
  18. nix
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    I think 9m euro..... Search Romano... (Custom Sickles) the European President of Rumblers CC, if you use facebook it's easy to find and talk to him directly or I'll write to you contact in pm.
     
  19. Deuce Lover
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    Right hand drive so very possible So America .
     
  20. An undiscovered "barn find". Now there's a contradiction in terms. :confused:
     
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  21. nix
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    hidden again by owner in the same place.... sad....
     
  22. Dick Stevens
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    Seems like the best description might be, "undisclosed barn find"? :confused:o_O
     
  23. I could live with that.
     
  24. clem
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    Looks like an American body, European guards, model A bumper, and is that a chrome grille surround? suggesting ‘33/‘34 model ?
     
  25. nix
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    [
    It's "export model". They were different from the Americans, they were produced after compared to the true 1932, one or two years later. It had 4banger. Fenders similar '34...
    I think that compared to the Americans I also had the body with the more wood structure.

    They gave us in Europe the scraps....
     
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  26. nix
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    A friend sent me this ... ("Adventurer")
    2.jpg 2 1.jpg
     
  27. nix
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  28. 57snrf
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    Great to see your various posts, Nix - great stuff!
    Here's a pair of '32 Tudors, with and without fenders:
    1028-TTbred.jpg
     
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  29. hershambob
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    In Britain the 35 model B had a chrome grill
    i have that book,the deuce by Tony thacker
     
  30. clem
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    Thanks,
    I thought that the chrome surrounds were from 1933 to whenever they stopped production,’34,’35,’36.....used to help improve sales.
     

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