This is traditional: 1932 Ford Tudor Hot Rod

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Yes, we like period hot-rods too. We like their ingenuity and their simplicity. So, we can’t stand billet aluminium, digital gauges or $20,000 paint jobs on these cars. This particular car is said to have a known history since it left the factory.

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The seller says also that the car is rock solid and completely original with the exception of the engine cases which have been replaced with a factory Ford crate engine, which is still a flathead.

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The ratty look of the interiors vouches for how original and old they are, along with the original dashboard and a proper 8-ball as shift lever knob. All these things, along with the big tires and the flat black paint, show well how a true hot rod is supposed to be. Find it for sale at $29,500 here in New Hampshire.

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