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  • 33,or34 sedan to restore

    Looking to buy a 1933, or 34 sedan to restore. Prefer Tudor, but would buy a Fordor

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    Ok, let me see if I can help with this...

    Upper right corner of your window is "Notifications", "Messages" and your name, Click on your Name, and in the drop down, click "My Profile"

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    "We do not stop playing because we grow old;
    We grow old because we stop playing ...
    NEVER Be The First To Get Old!" Pilfered from the MAFC SA Newsletter

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      Unfortunately 1934 and especially 1933's are hard to come by..But keep looking.. Here are some of the lowest prices I have ever seen But these require extensive work and parts.
      https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds...d/2066998.html

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/1933-Ford-O...laf14W&vxp=mtr

      Remember, by the time you add parts and work to restore these they will wind up costing you as much as a fully restored one. But, you will have the fun of working on it and slowly purchasing the required parts will be a kind of time payment plan. But in the long run you may actually pay more to restore your own. These best deals I ever saw were at Joes old cars
      Over the past 3 years JoesOldCars has had 3 different 1934's all running, and complete, but not restored selling for around 24K.

      http://www.joesoldcars.com/joe_vehic..._function=list
      That seemed like a good price.
      Check with Joe
      With these years you may be better off buying an older restoration
      Last edited by ClaudeC; 02-13-2018, 10:04 AM.

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