’32 Ford Deuces 11 x 17” Original Art Print
A whole new culture and style raised the 50s and 60s Hot Rods. With rock and roll came songs about hip cars, drag racing, surfing and teen slang. By the 1960s, iconic teens like Annette Funicello were becoming a more visibly cool influence, attracting attention to everything they liked, including The Little Deuce Fords. They are still held in high esteem within car collectors’ garages 70 years later.
My ’32 Ford painting is called the “Deuce” because of the “two” in 1932. These Deuces I have illustrated were the most evolved design of the early vertical grill Fords. It was also the first year for the fast flathead V-8 shown in my roadster.
The Little Deuce is also the only Ford that had the exposed side frame rails, which looks really sweet as a Hi-Boy Roadster as illustrated in my artwork. This pair of tweaked out Deuces, a Satin Grey Roadster and Midnight Blue Coupe were an easy choice to spend four fun weeks rendering. I just couldn’t pass up all of the correct details you’ll find, once you check them out.
Hope you will enjoy as well. G. Green, Collector, Illustrator and Artist
“My little deuce coupe, You don’t know what I got”