Location: Marquette, NE, USA
Joined: 05/31/2010
My Styles
Old-School, Hot Rodder, Build-It, Drive-It
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" Steel Deuce Sedan"     1932 Ford Tudor

Introduction / Overview: This is my keeper. Took TEN (10) years for me to build this ride. Has a 383 stroker SB, with a B&M 144 blower, 350 trans. and a 9 inch ford rearend. It was a feature car back in 2002 in Rod & Custom Mag. Sure made me a proud hot rodder. It also won a Street Rodder Top Ten award at the Kansas City Goodguys event. Not bad for a home built rod.
Drivetrain: 383 Stroker with a B&M blower, 350 auto, 9" ford rear
Chassis: Orignal rails, Deuce factory cross members, Heitz frontend,
Wheels and Tires: Orignal ET III wheels from the 60's polished out by owner, with Goodyear rubber
Body & Paint: PPG base/clear crome yellow. 3&1/2 inch chop, 1957 Ford wagon top incert.

BMW naugahide,  Ford Probe buckets, Glide rear seat, So Cal dash insert with SW wing gauges. No sound system. I like to listen to motor instead.

Lifestyles: Hot Rodder, Street Rodder