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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57snrf, Apr 8, 2015.
Ahhh, that's what it is! Photographed the car at Automedon near Paris in 2014:
Modified & stock
Rare model by coachbuilder Deutsch (Cologne, Germany)
Now for sale in The Netherlands for 80000 euro. ( seen on prewarcar.com ) Horn and mirrors replaced.
80,000 Euros, eh? Wow.
On another note: Fordor... Stock Or hot rod? ;-)
North American vs. European: Just a study in style!
Great pictures. The cars are nice too.
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Interesting positioning of the peep mirror, - can’t use a hinge mirror on an European deuce !
Nice cars, and one of the more interesting threads on here.
Cars? What cars?
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They are still out there...
Euro Fordors are rare - and even more with a fender-mounted spare wheel
For sale in Denmark now, nice Clark wheels too.
Registered in Sweden 1972....9 owners so far.
Ebay UK now , check out the front fenders & dash.
Not necessarily considered a Euro model but curious if anyone knows anything about this B400 and its path to Europe.
Check out the plated grille shell.
From the big private Den Hartogh museum auction here in The Netherlands. I,ve seen more local '32s with original chrome grille shells. Some old guys here say it was done to spruce up the new '32 cars that did,nt/would,nt sell at the dealers when the '33 & '34 Ford was allready being offered new .
i heard the same story about the chrome grill shell . i only saw one in france .
Also dropped head light bar.Interesting.Thanks 34 Gaz ! Another one turns up here.Went to see a restored 32 4 cyl roadster in Dept 34 - south of France.
I had one back in 1992 -found in Aix en Provence.
Thanks for the various posts - interesting stuff.
By the way, the old Euro Tudor (now near Detroit) is for sale again: https://www.jalopyjournal.com/…/rare-french-built-1932-for…/
Owner Tom Kowal did a great job with the distressed upholstery.
Unusual Euro deuce porcelain grille bezel emblems.
Not 100% Euro Deuce related, but such a cool YOUTUBE footage:
Enjoyed that U tube.Thanks
Here are new '32 Ford prices in France July 1932 which includes the bumpers.
Great Sheldon . Where can i place my order ? One of each with the new V8 please. Francs OK ?
Notice no Phaeton, or pickup.The B400 - most expensive at 42K
They call the 5 window coupe a 4 window, and the Vicky a coupé.
Fordor seen in Street Machine Magazine (UK) in 1988. Note '33-34 fenders (as the "Deuce" continued evolving in Europe after '32)
A few pics from the UK ('70s and '80s) supplied by David Hodge, via Facebook's "Euro Deuces" page:
... and from Sweden, Anders Eriksson's Tudor...
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