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

  1. 57snrf
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    From Japan. Ford had a factory in Yokohama in 1932, though this one might have been imported from Europe. Can somebody from Japan confirm that the Yokohama factory produced U.S. models rather than European models that year?
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  2. DDDenny
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    Wow---
    We'll have to knickname you Sherlock(Holmes) with all your Deuce sleuthing.
    More please.
     
  3. 57snrf
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    Thanks Denny! Oh, shameless plug... If you're on Facebook, please search EURO DEUCES. Plenty of good info there as well.
     
  4. Bruce Lancaster
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    Japan Ford was just a small assembly plant, USA supplied. I think it actually shared space with a Japanes manufacturer, as the market was very small and the Fords were just open box and assemble vehicles...no real manufacturing going on there. Pretty sure Japan was RHD, too, not LHD like that one in the picture.
     
  5. DDDenny
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    Nope, and I'm OK with that, thanks anyway.
    I get all I need on the HAMB thanks to people like you.
     
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  6. 57snrf
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    From Germany
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  7. 57snrf
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    From the UK. (I know, I know, the wheels...)
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  8. DDDenny
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    Nice car
    The wheels=not so nice.
    I gotta find something to put in my eyes now!!!
    Hello photoshop.
     
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  9. Dick Stevens
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    The rest of that deuce is so damn nice, it is a shame they chose those wheels. :eek::oops:o_O
     
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  10. 57snrf
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    We need somebody with Photoshop skills!
     
  11. Dick Stevens
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    Put it on the photoshop thread and Moose or Madfish will do whatever you ask them to do.
     
  12. DDDenny
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    Yep, cuz; what's been seen cannot be unseen.
     
  13. 57snrf
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    From France
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  14. 57snrf
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    From Belgium
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  15. krylon32
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    I'm getting a little long in the tooth but before I cash in I might have to have a European deuce??????
     
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  16. 57snrf
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    Again from Norway, a picture taken back in the '70s
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  19. 57snrf
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    From Denmark
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  20. 57snrf
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    Kustom Kulture Forever, Germany, last weekend: Congrats to Hervé Ditner from France, who went home with some trophies. This car rocks. (Photo: Hank Rocket)
    See Page 1 of this topic for another picture of the Tudor.
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  21. 57snrf
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    Close-up: The cabin of a European '32 Fordor from Sweden. Note 4 suicide doors
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  22. 57snrf
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    Special Thanks to Moose for Photoshoping the car seen a few posts above!
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  23. 57snrf
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    Chopped Tudor from the UK
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  24. bob miller 32
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    heavily chopped !
     
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  25. 57snrf
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    Ha-ha, yes!
    P.S.: The "Bob Miller Sedan" is doing well. Trip to the L.A. Roadster Show in one week! I will email you pictures.
     
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  26. 57snrf
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    Found in Scandinavia
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  27. 57snrf
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    From Germany
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  29. 57snrf
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    Seen in the Swedish (and excellent) magazine GASOLINE
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  30. 57snrf
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    From England, a "late model" Deuce (1934). The Dagenham factory (UK) continued building modified versions of the Deuce until 1935!
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