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The Model B was a new Ford automobile produced in model year 1932. It was a
much updated version of the Model A and was replaced by the 1935 Ford Model
48. Strictly speaking the Model B was a four-cylinder car with a Ford Model
A engine, but it was at this time that Ford began producing a very similar
car with Ford's new Flathead V8 engine. The V8 car was marketed as a Model
18, though it is commonly called the Ford V-8 today, and was virtually
indistinguishable from the Model B. Until this time, Ford had always
produced only one basic car at a time.
There were two versions of the 32 Ford a four-cylinder and the V8
flathead. They came in a variety of body styles, the 2 door roadster, 2
door cabriolet, 4 door phaeton, two and four door sedans, four door
'Woodie" station wagon, two door Victoria, two door Convertible Sedan,
Panel and Sedan Deliveries, 5-window coupe (two door windows, two quarter
panel windows and the rear window), and the 3-window Deluxe Coupe that
featured front opening doors, also known as Suicide Doors. The Deuce was
called Model 18, the 1 standing for first and the 8 for V-8. The
four-cylinder model was the less popular Model B, a refined version of the
four-cylinder Model A.
The 32 Model 18 was the first successful V-8 in a low-priced car. Prices
ranged from $460 for the roadster and the coupe's $490 to the $650
convertible sedan. Production totals numbered from 12,597 for the roadster
to 124,101 for the two-door sedan. Nowadays, the roadster and coupe are
notable, as these body styles are more used in making the models into
Today, the 1932 Model B is a highly collectible car that people will pay
thousands of dollars to restore to exact original style. During the WWII
period, when they were first getting old, the Model Bs and V8s were
frequently altered into hot rods. This continued into the 1960s on a large
scale. Since the 1970s, 1932 bodies and frames have been reproduced either
in fiberglass or lately in steel, which has helped resolve bodywork
shortages, and increased the number of "rods" being created or restored.
Those that are made, are often very expensive. A typical auto-show hot rod
is a $60,000 proposition or much more, in a few cases.
1932 Ford three window coupe
Very well built coupe. when i got it i was very surprised of the quality of
the build. Lots of fun. more fun than the T-Bucket in my other video.
1932 Ford V8 flathead original Barnfind first run after 50 years
Genuine original old 32 Ford barnfind first run out after some engine
tinkering!. Stored since the sixties in North Dakota. Does have a 1940 type
replacement flathead in it, but that was a sensible improvement in the
day... Also look at first road drive
Another video to watch is this, history of the 32 Ford.really
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