Tudor

Hot-Rod Potential? 1949 Ford Tudor

It is said that the 1949 Ford is the car that saved the company. Prior to ’49, Ford, like many other car companies, were still working off of pre-war designs.  This was the model that introduced integrated fenders and… more»

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Revived After 35 Years: 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

After sitting largely forgotten for 35-years after the previous owner passed away, this 1930 Ford Model A has been revived, and it is looking for someone to complete the restoration that was commenced all those years ago. The car… more»

Restore or Rat Rod? 1938 Ford Standard Tudor

This 1938 Ford Tudor gets fairly regular use, but the owner says that he can’t see why it couldn’t be used as a daily driver. It looks to be a solid car and will offer the next owner a… more»

Sitting For 50 Years: 1940 Ford Tudor Standard

If you look very carefully, you can just see the merest glimpse of a shed poking its way through the undergrowth. It doesn’t look like anyone has been in there for years, so you just have to wonder what… more»

Solid Texas Tudor: 1936 Ford Project

There are some cars that have perfect patina and this may be one of the best. It is a 1936 Ford Tudor and can be found here on Craigslist with an asking price of $4,300. Located in Salisbury, Massachusetts, the… more»

Solid Tu-Door: 1933 Ford Tudor

Parked on jack stands, and looking a bit weathered, this Ford Tudor is a very solid candidate to revive, especially considering it is a native California car. When the 1950’s came about this Ford received a little hot rod… more»

Survivor Or Restored? 1931 Ford Model A Tudor

The owner of this Mode A for sale on craigslist in Napa, California says it is original, but perhaps it’s an older restoration. The asking price of $9,750 seems high, especially for a car that doesn’t run, and it’s… more»