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Hot Rods Unrestored 1932 Chevy Coupe - Olds Powered!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jive-Bomber, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. Jive-Bomber
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  2. scrap metal 48
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    Has very nice lines and I believe a tad bigger than Ford............
     
  3. 1946chevytruck
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  4. jw_deuce
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    Funny you posted this, I was looking into buying that car off of ebay. My funds just didnt add up so I had to pass. :( Very cool car though, I hope whoever got it doesn't change a thing!
     

  5. HotRodHighley
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  6. seatex
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    DAYUM! That is one sweet bowtie. Did I miss the price somwhere?:confused:
     
  7. Olds powered to boot... Love it!!
     
  8. squirrel
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    from ebay, the auction ended already

    US $19,001.01
    Reserve not met

    I looked at that listing a couple days ago. I never look at cars on ebay. huh
     
  9. Rudy J
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    One fine lookin chevy!
     
  10. JeffreyJames
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    Awesome!!! These early Chevy's can really look cool when done with some taste and restraint and I love everything about this one. Cool Olds motor and nice interior what not to like!!!

    I wish I would have never sold my fenders on my '31 Chevy I would have done it up just like this!
     
  11. Bugsy
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    HOLY SMOKES!!!!!!!!!! BEAUTIFUL!!! Really well done and not over-done.
     
  12. pasadenahotrod
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    32 was great year for styling for almost every American car.
    The GM makes are not great survivors because of the wood-structured construction used until 1936.
    The others didn't have the numbers and many were still wood-structured like the GMs.
    When a car appears that never loses its audience it survives in greater numbers than even those which had greater production numbers to begin with, thus the multitude of 32 Fords and the relative rarity of the 32 Chevy and others.
     
  13. hotrod56cars
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    Very very nice car but I'm not sure how it can be called unrestored.
     
  14. Rough Stock
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    anybody call for asking price?.... didn't want to flood this guy w/ too many. figured someone already went to the trouble. who's got the winning #?
     
  15. BIG JOHN 37
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    evokes memories of ganahl's coupe, wonder where that one is, orange, then blue, straight 6 powered
     
  16. Murphbar
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    I fell in love with this the minute I saw it. Looks so nice. I looked for a price on the sellers website, but only found a link to the auction. Have not called.
     
  17. 61TBird
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    Dammit!...Where did I put that winning Lottery ticket?? :D:D:D
     
  18. Ghost28
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    That's really nice. The underside looks like it was built in 59. And they didn't put as much effort into it as the rest of the car. I really like the front axle assembly sitting on the lower side of the springs. I wonder how much drop they have in the axle, It looks to be about 7 inches, and what it is off of? Overall I would drive the shit out of it, if I could afford it...John
     
  19. squirrel
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    Looks like the stock setup with about 3" drop in the axle.

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  20. Ghost28
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    It could be stock. But the axle on early chevys were mounted on top of the springs. Which is why they didn't lower as easy, cuz the axle would hit the frame. I see he has snubbers on top of the springs to absorb any bottoming. But looking at my original axle. The drop on his axle looks more severe than 3 inches??? They did get it low though...John
     
  21. A.P. Photography
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    Very well done car. Hope it goes to a good home.
     
  22. Nick Flores
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    Dear Santa,
    I saw this orange 32 on the HAMB and thought since I haven't asked for anything in 25 years......

    .....a guy can dream anyway......
     
  23. bowtiemyk
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    The only "deuce I'd own! Right Nicki
     
  24. Kettleman
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    Awesome! I am looking for an Olds to go in my Chevy as well.
     
  25. VonMoldy
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    I have seen this thing at Hot August Nights for a few years. Always liked this car and it's nice to see a chevy. I think it was for sale in the building near the swap at HAN.
     
  26. thesupersized
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    very cool car, it was just on ebay and didnt meet the reserve at 19k.
     
  27. squirrel
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    I've never seen that. Maybe it's on the older cars?
     
  28. GuyW
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    Not on my '34 or '36 (or previous '35) Chevy PUs....

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  29. GaryC.
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    never one to leave well-enough alone....
     

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