Vintage 32 Ford Tudor Sedan. Titled. The body is still fairly straight, except for the roof where a tree had fallen across it years back. It has been straightened somewhat. Car rolls. Incorrect axles. It has a model A front axle under it and is not hooked up to the steering gearbox. Rear end has the correct spring but I think it is newer than a 32 model. It has no driveshaft in it. Frame should be straight; it has a model A radiator in it so it sits a little higher. Frame is very solid. It has a lot of excess welding gubbered on it that would need to be cut and ground off if you are to use the frame for original. Years ago they were setting it up to put it on the race track but was never raced. Fire wall and dash are intact with some cutting done on them,but they are fixable. No garnish moldings or window regulators. Minimal lower body rust out. The back tail pan has let loose of the floor section. and the inner rear wheel wells have broken loose too. Floor structure is pretty solid. It has had some panels replaced years ago when it was built. It would make a killer nastalgia car yet, or rat rod, or it is still good enough to build a very nice rod out of it. $8500. Thanks~ Dan DANS OLD CARS Daniel Wilken 58994 Co Hwy 40 Parkers Prarie, MN 56361 Cell #: (320) 760-8530 Website: www.dansoldcars.net
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