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My latest MOC: a classic '32 Ford Roadster in total black ready to race.
About this creation
This ’32 Ford roadster is probably one of the most classic and iconic “old school” Hot Rod around.
Recently people has discovered again the old school Hot Rods with their smooth design, classic colors and without frills.


Original and vintage Hot Rods are considered today as a treasure to conserve and preserve indeed they are sought after and very expensive.
I'm fascinated by classic Rods and for this I built this Ford ’32 Roadster with the body of a Ford Model B, released by the American manufacturer from 1932 to 1934, painted in total black.
The Roadster fits the V8 flathead with three carburettors and wheels are "oversized" respect to the original ones that were narrower (I didn’t find LEGO wheels that fitted well, at least to me).


I like to imagine this Roadster racing at Bonneville Speedway in the fifties.
Racing number: 74, of course!


I used few chromed parts that I think look great on the car. I especially like the big rims with the chromed dish 4 x 4 inverted (Radar).
The engine is made of light grey bricks with a touch of chrome.
The bodywork can be easily separated by the chassis.



The back is very clean with a simple chromed bar as bumper.


The front grille is made of "Tile Modified 1 x 2 Grille" and it looks very realistic.


The Roadster has been blogged by The Brothers Brick and The LEGO car blog

Thanks for your attention.
All the best and happy building!
Norton74 - Andrea Lattanzio

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  July 14, 2016
Quoting Oran Cruzen Excellent roadster!
Thanks Oran!
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  July 11, 2016
Excellent roadster!
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  July 11, 2016
Quoting Malte Dorowski ravishingly beautiful!
Thanks Malte ;)
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  May 4, 2016
ravishingly beautiful!
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  December 30, 2015
Quoting Elk Guard Amazing work, the whole dio looks so realistic!
Thanks Elk! Stay tuned, soon a new Dio ;)
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  December 30, 2015
Quoting . Snaillad . Fantastic garage scene. Well done!
thanks!
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  September 13, 2015
Amazing work, the whole dio looks so realistic!
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  September 13, 2015
Fantastic garage scene. Well done!
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  September 12, 2015
Quoting Jesse Long Andrea Lattanzio, what is wrong with people on here? This is easily, hands down, one of the best 1932 Ford Model A hot rods that I have EVER seen built in LEGO form, not just on MOC Pages, but ANY LEGO site, period, full stop! 14 likes simply do not do this incredibly detailed model justice, sir! You should also talk to my friend Greg 988 on here and see if he might be interested in your model as well on here. I think that your work is every bit as impressive as his 1971 Porsche 917K.
Hello Jesse, many thanks for your kind words, they're very appreciated. if you like Garage background take a look at my flickr with other Garage scenes ;) https://www.flickr.com/photos/norton74/albums/72157651889306230 Stay tuned, soon new models...
 I like it 
  September 12, 2015
Well done!
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  September 11, 2015
another winning ride! loving the scene!
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  September 11, 2015
A true LEGO work of art. Bravo on a job done to absolute perfection. 100/100
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  September 8, 2015
amazing!:D
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  September 8, 2015
Love the garage setup, the detail is awesome, well done!!
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  September 8, 2015
Excellent, I love this Deuce Roadster! The Chassis and the steel body as separate parts are a great idea. Oh and the chrome, baby, the chrome - Bling Bling! :-)) Great job! :-))
Andrea Lattanzio
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Matt Bace
  September 7, 2015
Amazing work once again -- both the roadster and the workshop are perfect. One of my favorite details is the empty crated-engine palette with the spilled can of oil on top of it.
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  September 7, 2015
The garage scene is most excellent, the accessories are fantastic, I love the drill press station. The car is incredible, to bad Lego doesn't make flat black. Rat Fink!
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  September 7, 2015
A beautiful and very simple looking Hot Rod. But I guess it`s the simplicity that makes it Super Cool. The workshop scene is just Topclass! Excellent work!
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  September 7, 2015
amazing build so much detail so many things to admire top rate as always
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  September 7, 2015
A truly beautiful build: both the car and the workshop that surrounds it. I like things such as the pillar drill and the tool chest, with its draw left open. Simply brilliant.
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  September 7, 2015
Quoting Giulio Manuelli Grande Andrea! Ci siamo conosciuti su Fb. Hai tutta la mia ammirazione...complimentoni!
Ciao Giulio, che piacere trovarti qui ;) č bello leggere i commenti in italiano... Stay tuned ;)
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  September 7, 2015
Quoting Greg 998 Fantastic build, amazing atmosphere.
Thanks Greg and congratulations for your MOCs.
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  September 7, 2015
Quoting Ape Fight So beautiful. One of the cleanest hot rods on MOCpages, and it's actually quite simple too. The tools on the other hand are magnificently fiddly! Everything in the scene is brilliant though : ) 10/10, A perfect MOC!
Thanks a lot Ape Fight, and happy to hear you again!
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  September 7, 2015
Quoting Nick Barrett Classics never die, they just get cooler! Lovely build and setting.
Thanks Nick!
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  September 7, 2015
Classics never die, they just get cooler! Lovely build and setting.
  September 7, 2015
Andrea Lattanzio, what is wrong with people on here? This is easily, hands down, one of the best 1932 Ford Model A hot rods that I have EVER seen built in LEGO form, not just on MOC Pages, but ANY LEGO site, period, full stop! 14 likes simply do not do this incredibly detailed model justice, sir! You should also talk to my friend Greg 988 on here and see if he might be interested in your model as well on here. I think that your work is every bit as impressive as his 1971 Porsche 917K.
 I like it 
  September 7, 2015
Grande Andrea! Ci siamo conosciuti su Fb. Hai tutta la mia ammirazione...complimentoni!
 I like it 
  September 7, 2015
Fantastic build, amazing atmosphere.
 I like it 
  September 7, 2015
So beautiful. One of the cleanest hot rods on MOCpages, and it's actually quite simple too. The tools on the other hand are magnificently fiddly! Everything in the scene is brilliant though : ) 10/10, A perfect MOC!
 I made it 
  September 7, 2015
Thanks to all of you, mates! Your comments and feedbacks are very appreciated ;) Stay tuned! Norton74
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  September 7, 2015
As always amazing work! Keep it up!
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  September 7, 2015
That is an absolutely beautiful car and display! Wow!
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  September 7, 2015
Ohhh, the car is also unique, but me the accessory has overwhelmed.
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  September 7, 2015
Fantastic, so much detail .... for me a dream. I love the tool box and the engine hoist. But the tool bench, the compressor and the sink are awesome. Super impressive.
  September 7, 2015
What a bruiser! Man my cars are either 20's or 70's. I was just thinking I needed a new era. This is making me lean to the 30's! Great car dude.
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  September 7, 2015
Great replica of a great car, well done. I like all the little details of the work shop, tool chest particularly.
 
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