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legratrodder  - November 7, 2010
Any one know what ever happened to this car. Rumor has it, it was sold, but I have not seen any updates.
badways76  - February 2, 2010
rolls on 8" wood ! hard to steer!!
toofat  - November 12, 2007
Yep 1942gearhead is right. Thats definately a 1935 Tudor. The tailights and headlight stalks give the answer.
rustyfan  - September 4, 2007
I saw this car for sale on ebay the wife said it had no frame, but her husband would assist loading it on a trailer or flatbed because he had a forklift handy, the most it got to was 250.00 with no reserve so someone bought it I assume, said it had plenty of bullet holes too from the local kids
nofenders  - August 23, 2007
1942gearhead is correct. all 33 & 34's regardless of body type, unless it's a truck, have suicide front doors.that's the easy way to tell CORVAIRSCADDYS i raced a corvair on a blazer chassis,at gravel rama, about 30 years ago. it wasn't cool then and less cool now. especially that mid 30's ford. oh, a friend of mine has a 47 crosley on an allis chalmers tractor. keeps the rain off. no fenders
55pickup  - May 5, 2007
This is why you don't drink and drive!
realamerican  - April 4, 2007
why in the world would you do that corvairscaddys?!
vibesup  - February 22, 2007
Yep it looks like a 36
corvairscaddys  - February 15, 2007
PUT IT ON A BLZER FRAME
ears  - December 30, 2006
Can you say desireable?
gmc  - December 10, 2006
it is in good sheap i would love to have it
1942gearhead  - October 2, 2006
thats a 35 dude, maybe a 36
oldskool  - July 18, 2006
Is this car for sale? I would be interested as I have one as well ,with the two of them I may be abel to make one good one.
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Created: Apr 18, 2008 By: oldride
 
 
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