You are viewing a 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan.
When the Ford was introduced in Europe, the market preferred a European body and opposed to the American version.
The Tudor and Fordor bodies were built by the Briggs Coach Company of England at the Dagenham plant.
The cars sold in France were $1440, three times the cost in the US.
There were several differences that included a longer cowl, that necessitated a longer steering column and a sunkened dash.
The dash had two glove compartments like the American Three-Window body built by Murray.
The car also had suicide doors that alloww a more spaceous entry.
The car had wing type side lamps as well as cowl lights.
This car is probably the best original example of an unrestored car existing.
If you have a 32 collection, this is the best.
The car requires nothing to floor on a great collection as the patina surviour.
The original interior is still in the car and intact.
The original headliner is nice.
The front seats have tears only adding to the patina.
The car has the original 4 cylinder engine that starts and runs perfectly.
There is no rust damage to this car except along the passenger drip rail.
The running gear is all original Ford.
It has the original mechanical brakes.
The black license plates that are on the car are not registered to it.
Please see the images below for the fine details.
Terms of SaleBuyer pays cost of shipping.
I will work with the buyer to get the car to a shipper.
Please email us if you have any questions or call Chris at (714) 926-3301, days, or (714) 649-3069, evenings.
California residents to pay 7.75% sales tax.