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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57snrf, Apr 8, 2015.
Fordor from the UK. And a Fordor stocker from Sweden
A few more cars have popped up from the 30th June Auction in Belgium . They are now in Poland with an enormous mark up. No not Euro Deuces but still interesting.
A 1936 Ford slantback and a 1936 Ford humpback sold for 5000 euro each ( + 20% ) , now 15000 each .
Same seller is now offering a few more pre-war cars from the auction with an average of 15000 euro to 20000 euro mark up . So if any Euro h.a.m.b. members fall for some of these cars don,t be shy with a counter offer
Hope these photo,s are OK by 57snrf
Thanks for posting these pics, GAZ34. Nice markup!
And some art by Cars by Trap'
I love it my favourite colour and everything
Not sure about the story behind this survivor... I know this Tudor is from France, but don't remember where I found the pic.
Heres a short story.
This was mine in about the year 1995. Sold it then and the new owner did nothing with it. Late last year he sold it to a dealer who then sold it to a guy in Switzerland.
Very cool, Gaz, thanks for posting the pics.
And here pics of a Tudor from France.
He another picture of "my" 32, well okay only have the body, but thanks anyway.
See also post #1017#
I have photograph of a car (I think a Horch?) that looks very similar in many respects to the car pictured in the "Does anyone know this" posting by Stephen Jobst (above). Can anyone identify the make, model and year of this car? I have looked online and have been unable to find one exactly like it.
Grand Rapids, MI
Maybe an early '30s Mercedes 170?
And here is a pic from the UK:
UK, late '70s or early '80s
Thanks for the vintage photo, Thomas Toft Bredahl!
Haven't seen this one yet?
This photo of cars being assembled on the main assembly line was one of the first pictures to be made in the Ford Motor Company factory at Dagenham, Essex, Eng., which was the largest automobile-assembly plant in Europe at its opening in 1931.
Sweden I believe
Thanks for the cool pics, Mgtstumpy. I've seen the 1932 pic of the plant before - fantastic. Those two Cabriolets, above, might have been imported from the U.S. new & sold in Sweden.
Here is a picture from the Roadrunners Car Club (France) taken a few years ago.
Switzerland, photo Herve Ditner
One from the Belgian auction . (see post 1135 ) Someone in the U.K. is selling the body for 5000 GB quid.
Hey Gaz beet me to it, looks a nice body.
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on the british NSRA website
From Belgium, Filip Rawoens' Tudor - photo Olivier Houllier
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