Thursday, January 23, 2014

Ever Wanted a 32 Deuce Coupe?

How about a 66 Bronco or a 40 Ford?

You will soon be able to buy a BRAND NEW body for any of them.

"With the 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe body shell, you can literally build a classic-looking hot rod, ordering Ford restoration parts right from your computer, and avoid visiting a wrecking yard. The coupe body shell joins our growing list of ready-to-build stamped steel body shells, including the classic 1965-70 Mustangs and 1940 Ford Coupe."

I know the old Bronco's are harder than hell to find anymore and one in good condition will set you back some serious money.

All of these are hard to find that haven't already been snatched up.

Since these are bodies only, a serious fabricator could stick one on any frame with similar dimensions of your choice and after that the only limits are your imagination and the amount of disposable income you have to throw at it.


stevierayv said...

That's a sweet deal I hadn't seen the Bronco one but I ain't got no income for it sigh.

Anonymous said...

Oh, that Bronco brings back some really good memories. My Uncle has a '69 Bronco iirc, but not the coupe, the pickup cab. Little 4' long pickup box in back, bench seat in front, 3 on the tree. Non A/C - he installed an aftermarket A/C that took up a lot of leg room.

Cool old thing. Unfortunately, being a tinkerer, he decided to cut the cab off and make it a rag top (Be perfect for the beach). Bad move - flaps like a motherfucker in the wind, he instantly regretted it. He's kept it all these years, I imagine he will be able to sell it and buy his own island someday . . . :^)

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