Owner: Mike Bundy
Mike Bundy of Kansas City, Oklahoma owns and drives this 1932 Roadster, which was completed in 2003.
Owner: Moriano Gomez
Mariano Gomez Parrondo of Madrid, Spain finished restoration of his Model "B" Tudor late in 2003. He writes "Many thanks to Mary Pat Cooley and Rick McIntosh of MAC'S for their courteous attention and very good service." Photo by Mariano Gomez.
Owner: Wayne Lambert
Wayne Lambert of Mesa, AZ writes, "Thought I would send you a picture of my 1932 Ford 3 window coupe to put in your photo album. It has a 350/400 motor and auto trans. Thanks."
Owner: Pierre Opdenberg
Pierre Opdenberg of Wezembeek-Oppem, Belgium treated us to some information about his European Ford. He says "It is a french version of the Ford model B2 of 1932. The main differences compared with the american version are: motor 4 cylinders 2.040 litres, other direction for opening the doors, the molding doesn't continue in front of the windshield and behind the rear lateral window, the molding of the lower part of the body doesn't follow the curve of the rear fender."
Owner: Peter Helbling
Peter Helbling of Switzerland tells us that "the Ford 1933 V8 is owned by our Family since 1934, my Father (1911-1977) drove some Hill-Racing championship in Switzerland for several Years, and was Swiss Champion with this Ford 1933/V8 in 1948, Body off restauration was in 1975, the color was fathers choice, as the car had this color for the past 30 Years or more."
Owner: Fernando Inacio
Here's a beautiful 1934 V8 40A Fordor DeLuxe. Fernando Inacio owns the car and it's an unrestored 'original.' Fernando lives in Lisbon, Portugal.
Owner: Rod and Diane Reprogle
Rod and Diane Reprogle of Sevierville, Tennessee own this 1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe, Lic # 34 4 US. Car Name - "The Wild Rose." Color - Lokar Rose. Interior - Ivory Leather. Engine - 350. Wheels - Budnik. This is one fine ride!
Owner: Gordon S. Aman
Gordon Aman from Rochester, NY, owns this Original 1935 "48" 5 Window Coupe. Gordon says "I think your business is tops!"
Owner: C. M. Griffin
C. M. Griffin of Bothell Washington paid $350 for this pickup in August of 1967. It was driven daily until November of 1977, when the radiator rotted out. Restoration was started in 1998. It was driven in the Bothell July 4 parade in 2000. Stock except for lights and turn signals on bumper braces. Still not for sale!
Owner: Col. James Kerr
Col. James Kerr from Bond's Auto Shop just sent these pictures of his 1935 Ford truck he has rebuilt. He sends everyone at MAC's a great big THANK YOU, and says he will be more than happy to pass on to his friends how happy he is with our service, and the quality of our parts, including the upholstery items we have supplied him with.
Owner: Walt Holmes
Walt Holmes of North Pole, Alaska acquired this 1936 Ford Fordor Touring Sedan as an unrestored original in 1996; 90% in parts. He completed restoration in 1999.
Owner: Walt Holmes
Walt Holmes of North Pole, Alaska completed his 1936 1/2 ton Pickup in 2001. It's an "everyday driver with Chevy drive train, 350/700R4, power windows, PWB, PWST."
Owner: Doug Nixon
Doug Nixon from Easton, PA sent this picture of his ALL Ford 1936 Street Rod. He emailed MAC'S, saying "Thanks for your help in parts and followup."
Owner: Tony Verrico
This is a gorgeous example of a '36 Ford Coupe, although the owner, Tony Verrico, calls it his "money pit" since he can't seem to stop buying parts for it. Tony hails from Monument, CO. and thanks MAC's for keeping him in debt. You're welcome, Tony!
Owner: Gilbert Epplin
Gilbert Epplin from Soultzmatt, France has been using many new reproduction parts from MAC's in the restoration of his 1938 Ford 5 window coupe. From all of us here at MAC's, we wish you the best of luck with your restoration and hope you enjoy your wonderful antique Ford for many years to come!
Owner: Jose N. Pivoz
Jose Nicolas Pivoz from Buenos Aires, Argentina has used parts from MAC'S to keep his roadster on the road in South America.
Owner: Donald Crockett
"My Ford is a 1939 all steel body Standard Coupe, stock dropped axle with disc brakes. The drive train is GM and it's an everyday driver! I completed its restoration in 1986. My name Donald Crockett and I live in Burlington, Mass."
Owner: Jorge D. Costa
Jorge D. Costa, who lives in Brazil, tells us his 1940 Mercury Convertible has undergone a 2-1/2 year frame-off restoration. New paint, mechanicals, canvas top, weatherstripping, tires, electrical, carpet and leather interior.
Owner: Milo Elgin
This photo of a fine example of a 1941 Ford Deluxe Tudor Sedan was sent to us by Milo Elgin, and he states that the car has a 90 HP sleeve-type Flathead V8 engine.
Owner: Lois Emrich
"I've had a new interior installed except for the seat cover. The paint is new but the original color of Mayflower maroon was used. Everything under the hood is original." writes Lois Emrich, of Marengo, IL. Thank you for sending us a picture!
Owner: Neal McCaskill
"Here is some information about my 1941 Ford Pickup Truck. I own the truck but it was restored by Nick Fabrizius and Mike Clark. This picture was taken in Illinois 1999 in my Father-in-law's barn. He refinished it so far and gave up on it. I kept hounding him to buy it and he finally gave it to me to finish. He bought it in 1986 at an auction for $500. The truck originally came from Wyoming(?) So now it's here in California and ready to finish. Cool huh?" Neal McCaskill, Northridge, California (Apparatus Operator for the Los Angeles Fire Dept., Van Nuys Airport)
Owner: Jerry Toon
Jerry Toon from Everson, Washington writes: "Here is a 1941 Ford with a factory platform stake body that I have owned since 1963. Paint is Ford Vermillion Red with Tacoma Cream trim. Restored to stock except powered by 327 Chev. Last restoration completed in 2004 with lots of Mac's parts. Thanks for the good service."
Owner: Owner Unknown
An unrestored "original" '41 One Ton Sedan Delivery put to use as a Civil Defense Broadcast Vehicle in the Buffalo, NY area. Current owner unknown.
Owner: Alberto Correa
Alberto Correa of Tampa, Florida finished the restoration of his 1946 half ton Pickup in 1993.
Owner: Jim Egger
Jim Egger of Buckeye Lake, Ohio owns this 1947 Pickup. "My '47 Pickup is powered by a 351W Ford V-8, 375 HP with a C-4 transmission. It's a real gem in my collection. Thanks, guys!"
Owner: Dave and Judy Richard
While out for a stroll at the car show on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, MAC's caught up with Dave and Judy Richards and their 1947 Ford Business Coupe at the Clutch Artist's Autorama at the Main-Transit Fire Hall in Williamsville, NY. The Pearl Blue body was stock, rebuilt with parts from MAC's. Dave put in a 400 cu. in. Chevy motor that his mechanic 'had all rebuilt and just sitting under his work bench, waiting to be used.' He added a 350 transmission and tilt lock steering. The swivel seats are out of a mid 1970's Ford. All in all, a project well worth the results.
Owner: Larry Swing
Larry Swing of Bonners Ferry Idaho completed his 1948 Convertible in 1998. It's powered by a 351C Ford V-8. Larry says "It's ALL FORD!"
Owner: Tom Holtgrave
Tom Holtgrave of St. Louis, MO built this Flathead V8-60 powered rod in 1999.
Owner: Thomas Devaty
Restored to original condition by the late Stephen F. Devaty in the early 1980's. Stored in a garage until 2010 and now resides in Florida with brother. Thomas participates in many local shows.
Owner: Erlendur Egilsson
This 1946 Ford Super Delux is located in Iceland.