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Hot Rods The EUROPEAN DEUCE thread

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

  1. Mikko_
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    I like them both but since you asked I prefer the unchopped one.
     
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  2. nunattax
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    beat me to it!
     
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  3. clem
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    One of the best looking European deuces on here......
    The chopped one, of course......
     
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  4. Both cars are different styles, so you can't compare them. That being said, both cars look great the way they are built. The fenderless car wouldn't look as good unchopped, and the fendered one would look good chopped, but doesn't need to be.
     
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  5. 57snrf
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    France. (Photo Didier Tamisier)
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  6. Micael Lundh 1961
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    Hi, I got a question about a model A rear crossmember and spring in a 1932 Euro Deuce, does this interfear with the backseat?
    Micael Lund Artgarage Sweden
     
  7. 57snrf
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    Not sure... Hey Euro Deuce owners, any idea?
    My thinking: if it fits under the back of a US-style Tudor, it should fit under a Euro Deuce as well.
     
  8. Deuce Lover
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    Most Model A rear crossmembers adapted to '32's are coupes and roadsters.The height might interfere with the rear seat on a sedan.
    Found this while surfing the net. LHD ,maybe Denmark?
     

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  9. Mikko_
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    Swedish plate on that one.
     
  10. 57snrf
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    Roadrunners Car Club, France - photo Dom Meunier/Bob Miller
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  11. 57snrf
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    LOVE this one from the UK!
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  12. S o do I Stephan! That is one badass Tudor!!
     
  13. DDDenny
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    Yes it is, from all angles!
     
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  14. 57snrf
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    Built in France & now in Spain
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  15. 57snrf
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    A couple of Fordors found in Europe
    72448664_2421619011407133_7675261653516025856_n.jpg 72111206_2421619001407134_896649417463955456_n.jpg 92890165_10221673624850704_756799269351981056_o.jpg 92828646_10221673624690700_7557057857108049920_o.jpg
     
  16. 57snrf
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    Rare panel version from Switzerland
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  17. nunattax
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  18. clem
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    Just noticed that the European versions don’t have much of a swage line around the rear wheel arch, compared to the US ones.
    I’ve seen the almost Model A type belt line and how it fades out .
    Quite a few differences when you look at them closely
     
  19. 57snrf
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    From Switzerland - note custom sunroof. (Photo Sebastien Fausser)
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  20. cfmvw
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    That sunroof looks right at home! Hard to tell from the picture, but it almost looks like one grafted in from a VW Bus?
     
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  21. 57snrf
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    Wonder the same thing! Who was any info about this car?
     
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  22. TomDE
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    Hi Stephan,
    Has this one even been posted? I assume it is a danish model which is now in Germany.
    Thomas@CSP
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  24. 57snrf
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    View attachment 4667737

    Thomas! Good to find you here.
    Yes, the car looks familiar...

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  25. Here is Post 179.
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  26. 57snrf
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    Herve Ditner's Tudor
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  27. bob miller 32
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    scan of a pic from the revue "l'automobiliste" 1977 . a french concours d'élégance
     
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  28. 57snrf
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    Cool photo Bob/Dom.
    Here is a pic of Johnny Best's former Fordor, UK. (Thanks David Hodge.)
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  29. 57snrf
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    Bob Miller/Dom Meunier ready to race in France. (Photo Gabo)
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