Monday, 2 April 2012

'32 Tudor Delivery

The Ford Tudor Delivery, as the name suggests, was a commercial van based on the Ford Tudor, featuring a side-hinged rear door and panelled side windows. What it didn't have was stainless steel exhausts, air-conditioning and leather seats, although this particular '32 remedies that. It also represents a truly ingenious approach to parts recycling, combining tried-and-tested rodders' tricks with taking whatever parts come to hand and making them work ('56 F-100 brakes, '57 station-wagon diff, eighties Camaro gearbox, '32 Cadillac dash, seats recovered in leather from some old furniture the builder had), which is really what hot-rods are about; concours builds and period-correct restos have their place, but there's a lot to be said for this kind of automotive storytelling.
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1 comment:

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