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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57snrf, Apr 8, 2015.
Back in '32! Could be a German version, based on the price (MK = Mark?)
Very nice expo photo.Does not have the raised louver hood sides.
Photo Stephane Mahier
UK... Photo Chet Barrow
a french BB truck , picture taken in june 1940 .
It looks like the doors are taler and the windscrean has a different shape on 33-34 "Deuce"
Woody in France for 38000 euro on PWC now . Marchal headlights and raised hood louvres.
Look closely.The cowl is not correct so a custom bodied mod.Its been for sale for quite awhile.
Survivor in France
That's my tudor for the last 15 years (well body only).
If interested it is for sale including firewall (in Holland)
PM me if interested
Nicely done though!
Photo Seb OldSteel
Beautiful art from a great friend, Etienne Butterlin
Super talented, Etienne was also the Editor of PowerGlide Magazine (RIP), writing, taking pictures & doing the layout. Dang, I miss the magazine so much...
if im not mistaken that green 32 was at the CRYBABY car show 2019 france
Correct, Nunattax. Very nicely built car.
UK-built 1933-34 "Deuce" Fordor. (Photo from the Otherdrive blog)
Here is a 4dr in Paris.A nice example of what a new one in '32 would have looked like in Europe.Wanted to just post a pic but couldn't figure out how so attached this link.
Not sure if these two have been posted before: former automotive journalist Mike Key's '32 Tudor, UK. (Second picture: earlier version of the car)
Photo Phil Darnell, France
Switzerland - note sunroof. (Photo: Custom Parts & Wear)
From Winston Sewell via Facebook's Euro Deuces page:
"Where is the Late John Riley's 302, Jag IRS axled British Model B. Was built by various people in the Kent area and after sitting in John's gge for a while I fi...nished getting brakes, number plate mounts, electrics working, engine running and MOTd. However John fell ill shortly afterwards and I get about a bit but have never seen it since anywhere, not even a mag show photo?"
Photo by PonyFotos:
Here is a Euro Deuce speedometer I turned up recently.Its a Jeager which was a vendor for Ford.Very different then the S&W version (similar to US except in Kph). The 4 digit trip is on top and odometer on bottom.The trip reset is on a flex cable that hangs below the case instead of a rod on the back.Much easier to reset in this configuration.The USA speedo's all had a 3 digit trip. This one is near mint and serviced by Jaeger sometime ago.
Cool stuff, Sheldon.
Here are a few Euro Deuces photographed at the Custom Parts & Wear show in Switzerland. (Photo: Mooneyes Japan)
Here,s a 1932 Fordor project for sale in France. Body, chassis, two engines. 7000 Euro. Can be found in the forum on the UK hotrod site. www.nsra.org.uk
Chopped or not? (Photo Herve Ditner)
That sunroof is really cool! Did it come like that or was it grafted in from something else?
not of course
Chopped of course.
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