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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by crashfarmer, Jun 26, 2018.

  1. crashfarmer
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    Looks like enough left there to be useful in a project.

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  2. I’m thinking ‘40 Ford.


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  3. Chappy444
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  4. Bear40
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    1936 Ford PU. '35's have a sharper radius where the A-pillar meets the cowl (as shown above), and '37's have the 2-piece V-windshield.
     
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  5. crashfarmer
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    The door sure looks like it but doesn't the 40 have less of a V shape in the firewall and hood intersection area? This looks more like a 2 piece hood to me.
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  7. crashfarmer
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  8. Chappy444
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    Yep. totally missed that..i was looking so hard at the doors and firewall...lol.

    Crashfarmer... as my British friends like to say. "a basket of rust chips and a number plate is restorable"
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