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What are the cars on picture?

HI all, can u tell the young european like me what type of cars r the two in front? Thank you.

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Guessing.......black one....29 Model "A" Ford

White one.....32 Ford roadster.,....
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Classic American rods from the 50s-deuce roadsters-can't tell what motors
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Black one has a HEMI(big valve covers).....the other, too hard to tell, but looks like it has 3 deuces.
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Foreground pictures are Hot Rods; back ground pics are the beginnings of factory performance cars, except for the Hot Rod en-route to join his Buds. This is at the earliest, 1957 since I can recognize a 57 Fairlane Ford with its better end showing. Wonder where all the guys are that go with the "new stuff"?

Yeah, Ponch, I think you hit the nail on the head with your ID. Don't you just love those full moons on the Mod A?

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HI all, can u tell the young european like me what type of cars r the two in front? Thank you.
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Doc here,

DUDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WHERE THE HELL DID YOU FIND THAT PHOTO??

The reason I ask, I had to look long and hard...but it looks like one of our old hangouts, From the late 1950's to the mid 60's where I was raised in Oakland, California..

Kwikway Drive in on Broadway and Telegraph...

After long hard stares, If I'm right, I can ID just about every building in the photo..

Directly behind, would Be Breuners Warehouse, just up from that would be the Bowling alley / Pool hall, just up from that (on the corner) Would be the Haufbrau (best Prime Rib in CA..Even today..)

In the direct Background, would be the Grayhound Bus terminal..Across from the Hofbrau would be The Travel lodge Inn...

The Kwikway Drive in's are STILL in business today..with 3 of the main locations still in operation (if correct, the one in the photo is one of them) The other two, Lakeshore Drive, (about 3 miles away..) and East 14 th and about 65 Ave..as well as the other sites (if it is the right photo) in the picture today...

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Doc here,

DUDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WHERE THE HELL DID YOU FIND THAT PHOTO??

The reason I ask, I had to look long and hard...but it looks like one of our old hangouts, From the late 1950's to the mid 60's where I was raised in Oakland, California..

Kwikway Drive in on Broadway and Telegraph...

After long hard stares, If I'm right, I can ID just about every building in the photo..

Directly behind, would Be Breuners Warehouse, just up from that would be the Bowling alley / Pool hall, just up from that (on the corner) Would be the Haufbrau (best Prime Rib in CA..Even today..)

In the direct Background, would be the Grayhound Bus terminal..Across from the Hofbrau would be The Travel lodge Inn...

The Kwikway Drive in's are STILL in business today..with 3 of the main locations still in operation (if correct, the one in the photo is one of them) The other two, Lakeshore Drive, (about 3 miles away..) and East 14 th and about 65 Ave..as well as the other sites (if it is the right photo) in the picture today...

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Thats just unbelievable, that picture is from rockabilly site of my friends in Belgium: www.billybop.be .....

So the type of the bodies (style) are deuces? Can I find somewhere terminology of Rods? I mean like this is Deuce, this is Roadster, this is T bucket? I dont know what is a nema and what is like type...thanx for answering my silly questions
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Excatly here: http://www.billybop.be/styles/Rockabilly/RRoundup.htm
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A "Deuce" is a 32 Ford.........a "T Bucket" is generally a 23-27 roadster......

There are many different terms.....
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The light one is a 32' Ford. The black one looks like a model A. I can't see the firewall that well to see if it's a 28-29, or 30-31.
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The black 3wd coupe behind the light roadster is a 32' Ford as well. Have some fun reading this, http://www.ahraf.com/index.php
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Black one has a HEMI(big valve covers).....the other, too hard to tell, but looks like it has 3 deuces.


that could be a flatty with ardun heads???
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Neat site RetroJoe, added it to my favorites.
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that could be a flatty with ardun heads??? No, Arduns are massive,and more round in shape. check this out, http://www.ardun.com/ardun_histrory.htm
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