1934 Ford

Crossings

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This ’34 Ford was the first classic car that got my attention after I parked the bike at Tuxies Cruise Night. It was parked nearby and in my line of sight, but more importantly, it was a stand-out car to begin with.

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The lowered top, resulting in small windows does make for a good look in my opinion. It complements the design of the rest of the car, but I wonder what the driver’s visibility loss would be like. I have no idea and am unlikely to find out, since it is rather improbable that anyone will ever ask me to drive a chopped-down vehicle of this type.

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