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Hot Rods The NEW 1932 Ford Roadster Pic Thread!!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Fordor Ron, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. 1-SHOT
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    IMG_4190.JPG Good looking car just the right amount of louvers, and that's a good looking yellow not to light and just dark enough.Here is a couple pictures of my 29 on 32 rails, the frame is being powder coated, the smaller pic. are of the hood thanks Frank
     

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  2. Thanks Frank your car looks great!


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  3. DDDenny
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  4. Haha many thanks! Very kind of you to say. I just love that style of hot rod and it’s nice to receive feedback like yours


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  5. dale66
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  6. continentaljohn
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    I don’t think i seen such a build with a red ram Hemi and would have bookmarked it being I have one in my 32 cabriolet and have one going in my other 32..
     
  7. I feel sorry for your finger tips and knuckles surfacing those louvers lol
     
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    I feel sorry for your finger tips and knuckles surfacing those louvers lol
    When I was sanding I asked my self of all these Louvers were really necessary!
    Yes I have a few cuts and skinned nuckles but I think it was worth it. Frank
     
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  9. el Scotto
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    Yesterday after I finished up fixing a few more old bits that allowed me to put it a bit more together I stood back and it hit me, “wow this actually exists”. :)
     
  10. alfin32
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  11. bobbyoz
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    IMG_223007012019_50.JPG IMG_223207012019_52.JPG IMG_223307012019_53.JPG Historic roadster at 2019 Brisbane Hotrod Show
     
  12. Fogger
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    1. 1940 Ford

  15. Ken Carvalho
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    My daughters, built for her on a TV show called "The Ride That Got Away" with Troy Ladd and Courtney Hansen, in honor of her Cancer battle and win.
     

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  16. Ken Carvalho
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    Sorry for the thumbnails... I posted directly from my iPad like the original post stated, but it posted the pictures as thumbnails.
     
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    Not a problem, All they have to do is tap on picture and it becomes full size
    I am so happy your daughter is doing better .
     
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  18. Here ya go. HRP

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  19. RockyMtnWay
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    Weatherman is forecasting a big snow storm heading this way, so naturally I thought I’d take a break and spend some time looking at roadster pics to warm my heart. Love this thread so thought I’d give it a kick forward with a pic someone snapped of me departing a local show.
    Cheers,
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    ***Nothing special or new on mine, but there must be a few new builds, makeovers, and what not out there to keep this thread going.
     
  20. Lance dunlap
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    Do you by chance know the name of the color in the photo above? Thanks!
     
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  21. Lance dunlap
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    Sorry--forgot to include the picture. Can anybody tell me what color they think this is? Thanks in advance.
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  22. Uncle Bob
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    Lights a bit tough, but looks a lot like Folkstone Grey, an original 1940 Ford color. Here's my sedan painted that color for you to determine..... PB050007a.JPG
     
  23. krylon32
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    Lance Dunlap I actually built that car in my shop in Nebraska. It was featured in Hop Up number 10 and sold it to a man in Japan who had Vintage Hammer Garage install the Ardun and strip the car to bare metal. It then went to Japan where he ran it bare for a while then painted it the tan color, reupholstered it and changed the wheels. It's more tan than it looks in your picture, almost looks like a Toyota PU color?
     
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  24. alchemy
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    Gary did you put the Pierce Arrow dash panel in it?
     
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  25. krylon32
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    When I built it I used a 15 dollar dash I found on e-bay. I had no idea what it fit but it was unique in the gauge layout and shape. I will be happy to send you a picture for your help in identifying it. I think I have your e-mail but can't remember it. Please pm me and I'll send you a picture.
     
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  26. agshelby
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    It looks like the early Ford color 'Desert Sand' Here is my cabriolet in that color:
     

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  27. earlymopar
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    AG, I see there was "Sahara Sand" shown for Ford in 1939 & 1940 that looks very similar to yours. Are they the same? Just a great color!

    - EM
     
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  28. Cyclone Kevin
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    AE7A46BC-97C4-42F8-8BB3-CBEAC9C0B75C.jpeg Here’s Another ;).
     
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