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About jojoma

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  1. Thanks for the replies. The car is located in the Detroit, MI area. I visited the shop doing the work. Apparently about $12,000 in parts has been put into it (such as an original hood shipped in from California, new panels, etc.) I was told it would take around $20,000 more to get it to excellent condition.
  2. Thanks, West. One last thing...Any idea what the difference is between a regular Model 40 and a deluxe?
  3. Bruce, Do you know if the rumble seat is counted when they say 2-4 passengers. In other words, 2 in the cab, 2 in the rumble seat? Or is that all 4 passengers in the cab? Also, as far as I know 1933 was the first year for V-8 but I only see an option for 4 cylinder? Any thoughts about that? Thanks a lot!
  4. Hi, Do you know where the VIN stamp is on a 1933 Ford? I have been told it's on the cowl somewhere but I can't find it. Thanks a lot.
  5. Hi, I have been told that a car I own won an AACA award in 1976. Is there any way for me to dig up that information? Thanks a lot.
  6. Thanks, Bruce. This is great feedback.
  7. Hi, I am going to help my Dad sell this 1933 Ford we have had for many years. I was told it was "100 point" when purchased. Do you know what it might be worth? Thanks Picture is here
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