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Nailhead in a 34 ford


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Toured to shop that built the 2016 "Riddler" car yesterday,  this 32 Roadster P/U had a nailhead.

There was another Buick street rod but could not see the engine, thought I had a full picture but it is the black car on the left

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1 hour ago, Pomeroy41144 said:

With all due respect, that is a 1932 Ford, not a 1934 Ford. 

No respect necessary....  Clearly i'm far to distracted......it even says "32 Ford" on the window tag.  :D

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If you put a Duvall windshiedl on an old Ford, it's hard to tell if you can't see the rear pan' tail lights and grills can be changed, bumpers swapped, Either way, it's a cool ride.

 

In the "day" lots of Buicks were used because they were narrow across the heads and would fit under narrow hoods.  They also produced much more power before the advent of aftermarket cams, intakes, etc.

 

Ed

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Nailheads are becoming much more prevalent in the younger hot Rodder community. Not rat rods, but the same guys. I just sold two 401's to a 30-something Kustom builder up in Waco. I have also seen a bunch of nailhead pics from the Lone Star Roundup last weekend.

This could be really good for us Buick guys if they spark a resurgence in aftermarket parts.

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