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A rodder’s reverse restoration

Pinup model Bekki LaBine and daughter Amelia pose with the mysterious 1940s-built 1932 Ford roadster at Symco.

Reversing a trend of rodders finding restored cars to build, or original-condition project cars to modify, this highboy was being restored to original condition when the current owner bought it. More »

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Happy 110th: Ford enjoys many highwater marks since humble beginnings

Henry Ford stands with a Model T, the car that made him famous and for which he is still best-known.

Henry Ford introduced us to the Model T, the car that made him famous and for which he is still best-known 110 years after his company began. More »

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Ford and Petersen Museum join forces for Deuce’s 80th birthday bash

Her 1932 Ford B 5W coupe

It’s hard, if not impossible, to deny the lasting appeal of the 1932 Ford. Be it roadster, woodie, coupe (three- or five-window), cabriolet, Tudor or Fordor, there’s no such thing as a bad Deuce. We’re obviously not the only oil-blooded Americans that feel this way, so we want to give you the leap on the Petersen Automotive Museum’s upcoming Deuce Days 80th anniversary celebration on the 1932 Ford, slated for Feb. 29 to March 3. More »

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