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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by McTavish77, Apr 19, 2021.
^Honestly, I give up.
you do realize THAT ISN'T A FUCKING TUDOR?!?!?!?! A Tudor is FORD. YOU POSTED a two door sedan.
Blake I like your post
His post is still wrong whether you like it or not. How the fuck are we supposed to pass along our knowledge when folks bastardize common terminology!?!?!?
My ‘31. Sold it a few years back. Missed it immediately.....
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@uncleandy 65 You are clearly paying NO attention to any posts and displaying your ignorance of Ford nomenclature.
I'm not going to quote all the previous posts about this (you can scroll back for yourself) but these will do.
I could have sworn you said "Honestly I give up".
I guess it was rhetorical. In any case, at least I know you've been reading.
we do not need that language here
keep it in the gutters
get yer mind out of the gutter,,
and let mine float thru !!!
what a beautiful example ....
Ah Thornbury Castle. A wonderful Tudor pile.
Fuckin-a right we don't!
Man I always thought of realllllllly older stuff when I heard the term Tudor. When does the term begin and end? Is my 51 coupe a Tudor? I certainly don't consider it so just because it's a two door Ford....
Like hrp's car, that's what I think when I think Tudor....
It started when it was first used in the Ford body styles list and ended when Ford stopped using it in the body styles list. I'll let you do the research on that
To say information is variable would be an understatement....
That kinda language sure ain't knowledge!! Don't think many on here want any part of that rude crude uneducated "knowledge " facts are facts ignorance is a choice ! Oh here's my 2 door .
If it's not a FORD it's not a TUDOR.... a two door maybe!
LOVE your car !!... I generally REALLY don't like blue but I have seen that shade blue on multiple early FORDs ( factory color isn't it?) and on a curvaceous body it is gorgeous!!
Thank you !had it almost 5 yrs was painted when I bought it p.o.said tried to get as close to Washington blue as he could. Not really a 40 ford color .
Working on it.
Looken good and love that intake !
When did they stop calling 'em tudor and fordor? That's what they called Falcons.
"It started when it was first used in the Ford body styles list and ended when Ford stopped using it in the body styles list."
If this true, then no, correct? From what I've read it was only listed in the body styles list for the model a, thru the model b, model 18, model 46? My body style list is a Ford custom coupe. Nowhere does it say Tudor. Many folks consider any 2 door Ford a 'Tudor', and by that definition, is not a brand new mustang is a Tudor?
I never considered a car a Tudor just because it's a two door Ford. I always thought it was a model A thing...
If I'm off someone correct me with something definitive. Information appreciated.
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