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Gallery: 50 Photos of 1932, 1933, and 1934 Fords!

Gallery: 50 Photos of 1932, 1933, and 1934 Fords!

When the words “hot rod” hit your ears, chances are that an image of a 1932 Ford shows up in your mind’s eye. If there were no 1932 Ford, there is an excellent chance that the car hobby would be nowhere near what it is today and the aftermarket industry for speed parts would be many times smaller than it is now. There hasn’t been a single car that has impacted hot rodding like the venerable “deuce”. 1933 and 1934 Fords are near or equal to the 1932s in terms of coolness and style so that is why we included them in this gallery.

For a cars that are so incredibly simple, they can be done so many different ways that it boggles the mind. There are distinct camps, too. Are you a fenders or no fenders guy? Three window or five window coupes? Drag race style, rat rod style, street rod style, roadster, coupes, nose high, or channeled to death down over the frame? The options are virtually limitless.

You can built a 1932-34 Ford completely from scratch now, which speaks volumes to the popularity of the car. We want ours with a four speed, blown big block, and steamroller meats out back.

Hit the link below to see 50 photos of killer 1932-1934 Fords!

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6 thoughts on “Gallery: 50 Photos of 1932, 1933, and 1934 Fords!

  1. Bobby J

    Nothing like them, period. I loved them before I even knew what they were, and I always will.

  2. Robert M

    When I was a little kid, the man 2 doors down the street had a ’32 tudor.
    This car was my (age 5-6) introduction to the existence of something called a hot rod.
    I was utterly fascinated with the intensity in which the owner engaged with this car.
    Dude did not appreciate his youthful spectators and would chase us away.
    I did not care and kept coming back.
    At that point, my fate was sealed. The hook was set.

  3. Scott A

    Brian, you might want to look thru your pics again, half of them are Model As. Yeah, I admit I’m a deuce snob, nothing else comes close.

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