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Were to find wood?

Hi, Anyone that knows were to find a company making/selling interior
wood for a 1932 Ford 5 window.
I would be happier then ever if itīs LA localy
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Ford did not use wood structure in 1932.. actully the first year they used a full steel structure. so your not going to find anything.... if you mean wooden tack strips and things like that. MACS has that stuff
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Or you can try LeBaron Bonney CLICK HERE Good luck.
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When you buy from Lebaron-Bonney - quite often the package has the Mac's label still on it and is often cheaper at Mac's and always faster shipping. L-B do have cheaper top irons and top wood bows for a roadster
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Thanks!

Thank you guys for the answers.
I just dont get it Matt167, thereīs a lot of wood inserts in my ī32
and i promise you. Its original,(behind the doors,around the rear side windows,
around the rear window and under the top.

Keep on building.
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Thank you guys for the answers.
I just dont get it Matt167, thereīs a lot of wood inserts in my ī32
and i promise you. Its original,(behind the doors,around the rear side windows,
around the rear window and under the top.

Keep on building.
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I said there is no wood structure in a '32 Ford. there is wood in a '32 but it does not provide structure to the body, I guess I didn't understand what you wanted.. Model A's and prior, the body was attached to a wood structure.
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I said there is no wood structure in a '32 Ford. there is wood in a '32 but it does not provide structure to the body, I guess I didn't understand what you wanted.. Model A's and prior, the body was attached to a wood structure.


Ok. sorry Matt, I understand now. Thanks a lot
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