The EyesOn Design organizers assembled over two dozen ’32 Fords in a wide variety, including nearly every production body style, both passenger and commercial. Hot rods and restored vehicles were each well represented, while among the stockers there were both Model B four-bangers and eight-cylinder Model 18s.
It was the Model 18 version of the Deuce, which introduced Ford’s legendary flathead V8 to American car buyers, that revolutionized the low-priced passenger car field and helped to launch the hot rod movement. EyesOn Design titled its ’32 Ford exhibit “The Deuce at 80” to celebrate the car that only seems to grow in popularity with each passing year.
Please enjoy the slide show.
NOTE: You can find more Motor City Garage coverage of EyesOn Design 2012 here.