Dick Dean's 1932 Ford

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1932 Ford Sedan owned and restyled by Dick Dean of Wyandotte, Michigan. Dick bought the car in the early 1950s, and the old sedan featured one of his first channel jobs. Dick actually traded away the fenders to a friend named Gooch for a one-day torch rental so he could do the job. Dick also needed new wood for the floor, so he used some matched-grain birch cabinet doors he found sitting in the family basement. The high-dollar doors were intended for his mother's cabinets, and she was not happy when she found out.[2]

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