Welcome To The Deuce Odyssey 75th. Anniversary
1932 Ford Roadster Project Web Site

About This Site

In January of 2006, the kickoff article was written relative to the Canadian Rodder (www.canadianrodder.com) 75th. Anniversary 1932 Ford Roadster project car. At that time, it was a little less than a year away from 2007 and, more specifically, the 75th. anniversary of the 1932 Ford.

The project articles can be accessed by using the "Article Index" link above. Full project coverage is also available on the Canadian Rodder site.

The car was completed in July of 2007 in time to lead the inaugural Canadian Hot Rod Tour (www.canadianhotrodtour.com) which travelled from Ontario, Canada to British Columbia, Canada.

The car performed flawlessly on that trip and on subsequent Canadian Hot Rod Tour events - most recently the 2010 Points West and Ontario Gone Roddin' events.

Our Supporters
This performance can be credited to the builder, Dream Machines Ltd., and to a cross section of the hot rod industry's leading parts and services suppliers as detailed below, on the Supporters page and in our articles.

We encourage you to visit their respective web sites. They are all to be be thanked for their participation, their belief in the worthiness of this project and the support of our hobby. Canadian Rodder was, and is, proud to represent them and utilize their products and services.

In Summary
Since the start of this project, the project articles have been viewed over a million times. If this is your first time viewing our project coverage, we hope you enjoy the articles and derive value from our text and photos.

In a previous project build-up of a Deuce 3-window coupe, we started that series by providing articles covering planning and various considerations as well as construction techniques relating to fiberglass bodies. We encourage you to look these articles over (up to article 10) as much of it will apply here also. Article index HERE.

Thanks for visiting.

Frank Colgoni, Canadian Rodder Inc.

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