1932 Ford





Surname: Stiffshifter

Class: Funeral

Origin: US USA

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Contributor: Blingy

Contributor: carrosdu


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FR SolanaBogon

2015-06-15 09:45
the grid matches for a '32 Ford thought


CZ JFK

2015-01-07 18:11
It is more like Buggati, Cadillac or other luxury car brand than a Deuce
BR carrosdu

2014-07-24 03:00
seems a parody of a Bugatti Royale Kellner:
mroks.com/wp-content/uploads/1333/72/Bugatti-Royale-41141.jpg
US Blingy

2014-06-08 23:47
I just don't see the similarities in those vehicles, the vehicle I posted has almost every piece on the vehicle match up except for the back. I don't think it looks anything like a Datsun, Rolls, or the Phaeton which was a custom-penned car. I don't know, i'm not trying to be difficult but so far I feel like my vehicle is an 85% perfect match.

Edit: I searched 1932 Ford Tudor's on google, and this is the most appropriate match, other than the funeral car I found but that link was broken.
www.auctionsamerica.com/images/lots/LH11/LH11_r165_01.jpg

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2014-06-08 23:51:41
ItsaUserName

2014-06-08 14:01
Antti-san wrote
What car is it? For some reason your link crashes my Firefox every time I try to open it.

Dimensions: 6160 x 4080
That's why. Goddamn that image is huge.


UK Tuppence870

2014-06-08 13:42
From what I've seen, most of Carmageddon's concept art are Photoshopped images of real cars. Theoretically, if you search the correct model into Google, it is perfectly possible to find the exact image that inspired this one.

Personally, I feel this car is far too long to be a Ford Tudor. I'm no expert on how far car customisation can go, but I'm guessing that this started life as a longer wheelbase vehicle.

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2014-06-08 13:42:37
PL Tycek

2014-06-08 09:21
To be honest car named Ford Tudor doesn't exist. Tudor is just name of the body used by Ford in that time. Beside not all of the cars made in early 30s were manufactured by Ford. Seeing the ingame model could help, although this may be so heavily modified that identification will be almost impossible (with all these hot-rods people are building from various parts).

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2014-06-08 12:18:31
US Blingy

2014-06-08 06:05
It's the car I had it listed as, a 1932 Ford Tudor. Albeit, the one in Carma is heavily modified (chopped roof, sectioned body, slicks, lengthened Hearse body/frame, tubbed, and blown), it's got the same roof, cowl, A/B pillars, lights, fenders, doors, and even hood. The only things that are really different are the grille, and maybe the tailpiece.
FI Antti-san

2014-06-08 06:00
What car is it? For some reason your link crashes my Firefox every time I try to open it.
US Blingy

2014-06-08 02:49
You're telling me this looks nothing like this?
classicrecollections.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/dsc_0167wm.jpg
PL Hamisxa

2014-06-07 20:12
Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith 1952?


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2014-06-07 20:13:33

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