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1932 Ford Coupe "Silver Bullet"

Here's a car we just finished up. 1932 Coupe, very nice car! This has to be my new favorite car that I've worked on.

Car was pretty clean when I got it, so "before" pictures really wouldn't show much, but here are the afters, full buff and polish, clean interior, leather treatment, all in all there were 3 days of work wrapped up into this car.

Car was too low to clear the steep exit, so outside pictures will have to wait until they car raise the car up a bit. Not sure when that will be, but I'll be back out there to get some pictures when it's ready to go outside.




















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And yes, even the under side of the hood has awesome reflections!


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Jeebus, very nice.
And once again. Good job!

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That is a beautiful car! I love 32's so much.
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Damn. With a car like that, what more could you want out of life?

*DROOL*

$100 cash money right now.

I can do $300 if he'd take a postdated check and cash along with a cash advance on 2 credit cards.


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Thanks guys! This car was an incredible treat to work on!



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Dang nick that thing looks good. Im guessing thats a trailer queen.

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Damn. With a car like that, what more could you want out of life?

*DROOL*

$100 cash money right now.

I can do $300 if he'd take a postdated check and cash along with a cash advance on 2 credit cards.


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Go buy a fiberglass kit. They aren't that expensive. That is what that car is. Not real American steel, which would be worth a ton more. I am never impressed with fiberglass knockoffs.

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Go buy a fiberglass kit. They aren't that expensive. That is what that car is. Not real American steel, which would be worth a ton more. I am never impressed with fiberglass knockoffs.

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So you're saying that you're not impressed with this car? LMAO! This car is absolutely perfect! And you can tell fiberglass parts just from looking at a picture? You may be surprised
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it looks great!

is it an all original steel, steel and glass, fabricated steel or a glass kit car?

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it looks great!

is it an all original steel, steel and glass, fabricated steel or a glass kit car?
It's a fiber glass car...
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It's a fiber glass car...
it's steel and glass.
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it's steel and glass.
The body is steel and fiberglass? Explain please
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Nick, you're living, breathing proof that you can in fact polish a turd!
Sheesh! I thought that was proved back a few years ago when I buffed Denny's car
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The body is steel and fiberglass? Explain please
Who cares? Nice looking car and job. Just like a factory five car or a true cobra. Not everyone can experience an original but maybe they can enjoy the next closest thing. I'm sure the owner is pleased. Who cares what anyone else thinks about it.

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Who cares? Nice looking car and job. Just like a factory five car or a true cobra. Not everyone can experience an original but maybe they can enjoy the next closest thing. I'm sure the owner is pleased. Who cares what anyone else thinks about it.
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This is DFWStangs man! If it isn't perfect, it's a piece of shit!
So very true. Or if it doesn't meet everyones idea of "cool" it's worthless. I don't get the hate with the fiberglass cars. It's someone's pride and joy too. Not everyone wants to spend 10-15k on a steel body, some people build on a budget but still want to build a cool car. I know when my build is done, I won't even post it up on this board. Doesn't matter what is done to it, the haters on DFW will just tear it apart to make themselves feel better about being "cool".
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Who cares? Nice looking car and job. Just like a factory five car or a true cobra. Not everyone can experience an original but maybe they can enjoy the next closest thing. I'm sure the owner is pleased. Who cares what anyone else thinks about it.
Was I talking shit? I was just stating it was a fiberglass car, then Nick said it was metal and fiberglass body so I asked him.
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So very true. Or if it doesn't meet everyones idea of "cool" it's worthless. I don't get the hate with the fiberglass cars. It's someone's pride and joy too. Not everyone wants to spend 10-15k on a steel body, some people build on a budget but still want to build a cool car. I know when my build is done, I won't even post it up on this board. Doesn't matter what is done to it, the haters on DFW will just tear it apart to make themselves feel better about being "cool".

Like you have NEVER done that.

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Like you have NEVER done that.
Shouldn't you be elsewhere making empty threats picking on young boys?
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Let me fix that for you for accuracy. It's an inside joke, I have a Mach we got for my wife. Get it? A girls car? I swear you sensitive fucks will just take shit and run with it.
Man, if I was sensitive about the shit that gets posted on this website I wouldn't have posted the pot-stirring shit about the Camaro in the Motor Trend comparo.

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There's nothing steel on that car except maybe the frame. It's a really well-done car and the paint is spectacular.

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So very true. Or if it doesn't meet everyones idea of "cool" it's worthless. I don't get the hate with the fiberglass cars. It's someone's pride and joy too. Not everyone wants to spend 10-15k on a steel body, some people build on a budget but still want to build a cool car. I know when my build is done, I won't even post it up on this board. Doesn't matter what is done to it, the haters on DFW will just tear it apart to make themselves feel better about being "cool".
This may be one of the funniest posts I've ever read on here, do you want me to go find a few of your posts "tearing apart" someone else's "pride and joy?"
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Yes there is steel on that car.
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This may be one of the funniest posts I've ever read on here, do you want me to go find a few of your posts "tearing apart" someone else's "pride and joy?"
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Yes there is steel on that car.
You've said that three times now, so what part is steel? It looks well-done, maybe it's a handmade body by Marcel? A Boydster with a roof and fenders?

I highly doubt anything that is steel was made 77 years ago.

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This may be one of the funniest posts I've ever read on here, do you want me to go find a few of your posts "tearing apart" someone else's "pride and joy?"
Did you not read the post above? Jokes, sarcasm. Get it yet?
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I have zero problem with fiberglass cars. That said, this is a very pretty piece of automobile, but it's really not my style. Just looks too plasticky for my taste.

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I have zero problem with fiberglass cars. That said, this is a very pretty piece of automobile, but it's really not my style. Just looks too plasticky for my taste.
What do you mean exactly? Like the the color matched valve/engine covers? Or how shiny it is? Not being a smartass, just trying to get your point of view.
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What do you mean exactly? Like the the color matched valve/engine covers? Or how shiny it is? Not being a smartass, just trying to get your point of view.

Shiny is fine. Hell, shiny is preferred.

Wheels, lack of straight front axle, too much rake on the windshield, flush-mounted glass just feels weird and too modern, don't care for the billet steering wheel and pedals or the too-fat tilt column. That stuff, and I personally prefer my Deuce Coupes to be fenderless.

I'm not trashing the car, it's obviously got some serious craftsmanship in it. There are just too many decisions that I would've made different.

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Shiny is fine. Hell, shiny is preferred.

Wheels, lack of straight front axle, too much rake on the windshield, flush-mounted glass just feels weird and too modern, don't care for the billet steering wheel and pedals or the too-fat tilt column. That stuff, and I personally prefer my Deuce Coupes to be fenderless.

I'm not trashing the car, it's obviously got some serious craftsmanship in it. There are just too many decisions that I would've made different.
Ahhh. So too many extreme custom touches? Too much of a departure from the original bodylines?

I prefer fenderless myself as well. Something about the fenders makes it look wide and bulky to me. But they work really well on this car here IMO.
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Steve, quit playing dumb, don't act like you can't tell the difference between even a hotrodded original '32 Ford and that silver car. They're literally nothing alike.







The silver one is a marvel, and it is as nice as you will find. Some people don't go gah-gah over the latest, smoothest, digitalest whatever though.

And the more I look at it, the more I'm convinced it's a Boydster with a roof on it.
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Ahhh. So too many extreme custom touches? Too much of a departure from the original bodylines?

I prefer fenderless myself as well. Something about the fenders makes it look wide and bulky to me. But they work really well on this car here IMO.

Well, custom is good. Every chopped top is pretty highly customized. I just feel that once a car gets that far away from what it used to be, you might as well start from scratch. That car has a lot of things about it that I think are really cool, but very little of it fits into what I would want a '32 3 window to be.

It's kind of like this: I've looked at so many deuces, when I look at this one, all I can do is tally up the things that don't fit.

After a quicky search, I did find this.

It's pretty well done, entry level 'glass/Chebby 350 car that has some pretty tasteful decisions made. I don't personally care for the bug catcher that much, but that's a pretty minor complaint. It's a bit belly-button (as in, everybody has one), but it is what it is, and I can respect that.

I'd drive the shit out of a 'glass 32 with a 350, but a multi-carb Nailhead or Rocket motor would be more interesting.

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Steve, quit playing dumb, don't act like you can't tell the difference between even a hotrodded original '32 Ford and that silver car. They're literally nothing alike.


The silver one is a marvel, and it is as nice as you will find. Some people don't go gah-gah over the latest, smoothest, digitalest whatever though.

And the more I look at it, the more I'm convinced it's a Boydster with a roof on it.
Of course I noticed, but I was asking what HE meant. I wasn't playing dumb. Just getting his opinion of what he likes/dislikes and what he meant by "plasticey" Relax.
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Well, custom is good. Every chopped top is pretty highly customized. I just feel that once a car gets that far away from what it used to be, you might as well start from scratch. That car has a lot of things about it that I think are really cool, but very little of it fits into what I would want a '32 3 window to be.

It's kind of like this: I've looked at so many deuces, when I look at this one, all I can do is tally up the things that don't fit.

After a quicky search, I did find this.

It's pretty well done, entry level 'glass/Chebby 350 car that has some pretty tasteful decisions made. I don't personally care for the bug catcher that much, but that's a pretty minor complaint. It's a bit belly-button (as in, everybody has one), but it is what it is, and I can respect that.

I'd drive the shit out of a 'glass 32 with a 350, but a multi-carb Nailhead or Rocket motor would be more interesting.
I almost bought that car. I missed it by two days. Damn credit unions are too damn slow. All because of a title technicality. My fault too though, I was dragging my feet when I found the car and the guy told me he was getting alot of calls on it. I was talking to alot of you guys here on the board and let you guys make me second guess everything, including the glass. *sigh* Oh well.

But I agree, I loved that car.
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