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1933 Ford De Luxe Fordor [40]

1933 Ford De Luxe [40] in Nosotros somos así, Short Movie, 1936 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US — Built in: ES

1933 Ford De Luxe Fordor [40]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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sixcyl FR

2016-12-31 22:59

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Ford?

DynaMike NL

2017-01-01 00:14

Yes, looks like a 1933 or 34 Ford...

Casper Friedrich FI

2017-01-03 21:13

Fordor Deluxe Model 40. Because of the unusual but factory installed spare wheel you can't see if the hood has single or double latches, difficult to say '33 or '34.

dsl SX

2022-06-29 17:31

This is our only De Luxe Fordor [Model 40] - correctly entered??

johnfromstaffs EN

2022-06-29 17:53

According to my books, yes, but I ain’t volunteering to change them all, so there! A question remains, however, this thing might not be a V8.

-- Last edit: 2022-06-29 17:56:44

Baube QC

2022-06-29 18:22

if there is too many to change we can ask antp to do a mass change in the forum

Gongora ES

2022-06-29 19:05

For sure built in Spain

johnfromstaffs EN

2022-06-29 21:24

But is it the 201 cu inch straight 4, or the 221 cu inch V8?

antp BE

2022-06-30 09:19

dsl wrote This is our only De Luxe Fordor [Model 40] - correctly entered??

The others are mostly listed as Ford V8 De Luxe [40]:
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Maybe we can omit the "Model" and keep just 40 then
About the others, maybe not all of them were V8 ?

-- Last edit: 2022-06-30 09:20:47

johnfromstaffs EN

2022-06-30 09:24

^ No, they were also available with the straight 4 flathead 201 cu inch engine, and sometimes referred to as “Model C”. However I don’t know if this was a European only special.

My problem is that I can’t see any obvious differences, not even a v8 symbol anywhere.

This causes further problems as the Model Y and Model C were both British manufactured, although Dearborn designed, small cars.

Why haven’t our so knowledgeable American contributors with their notable eyes for detail assisted with this? Anybody out there?

-- Last edit: 2022-06-30 09:54:36

Gongora ES

2022-06-30 12:44

I propose to call it with the Spanish commercial name... After all, it is a Spanish car
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johnfromstaffs EN

2022-06-30 13:05

But why is it a V8?

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