Posts Tagged ‘tudor’

Feature Car: Alan Hale’s 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor


26 Sep

It’s not often I get to photograph a car that’s quite as hand-built as Alan Hale’s incredible Model-A Ford Tudor, as featured in the latest issue of Street Machine‘s Hot Rod special. Built over four years by Tony Webster at Webby’s Speed Shop in Newcastle, Australia, this thing just defies description!

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Alan Hale's 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor

Alan Hale's 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor     Alan Hale's 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor

Feature Car: Rick Conway’s 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor


29 Dec

Our photo shoot and feature story on Rick Conway’s drool-worthy 1928 Model-A Tudor is in the latest issue of Cruzin magazine, which is on sale now. Rick’s Tudor started life as a roadster, but when his family expanded, so did the Model-A, with the body removed and replaced with an all-steel Tudor body. Be sure to read all about this immaculate machine in the new issue.

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Rick Conway's 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor

Rick Conway's 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor     Rick Conway's 1928 Ford Model-A Tudor

Feature Car: Scott Thomas’ 1932 Ford Tudor Hot Rod


26 Apr

Issue 14 of Heavy Duty Hot Rods is just about to hit the stands and contains two photos shoots from Hosking Industries, including this one on Scott Thomas’ wicked 1932 Ford Tudor, pictured below. Scott bought the car sight unseen from the USA a couple of years ago, but luckily for him, the car arrived as described!

The ’32 Ford is powered by a classic 350ci/T350 combo and is dripping with 1990’s stylistic appointments like the scalloped two-tone paint and grey tweed trim. Despite its age, it’s in immaculate condition and you can read all about Scott and the Tudor in issue 14 of the magazine, on sale soon.

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Scott Thomas' 1932 Ford Tudor

Scott Thomas' 1932 Ford Tudor     Scott Thomas' 1932 Ford Tudor