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1932 Ford Tudor v8 stock matching numbers..drive it home


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The '32 Ford has been a long-time favorite car to be rodded and butchered. Not enough really good ones are left. I wouldn't give a butchered one a second glance. But I could look at the real deal for an hour! And they are too modern for me to be really interested in them anyway.

From what I can see of this one? I could like it. If the 1930s are your era of interest? And an early V8 Ford appeals to you? This might be one well worth looking into. Since I have never seen this car in person, I cannot advise any much more than that. I am not an expert on them, but I do know a few things (like the oil pan) that should be checked out. I did work on a 1932 Ford V8 roadster (the real thing) belonging to a very good friend a long long time ago (that is why I know about the oil pan!).

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Want to know what numbers he claims are “matching”...  the VIN is stamped on the frame rail near the steering box, and on the top of transmission case, and on the title so I assume that is the claim?

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