Deuce Clubs

Tom

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Deuce Clubs
« on: April 27, 2016, 11:27:48 AM »
This thread is a listing of all 1932 Ford-only clubs.  Please add your deuce club to the mix !

Deuces of Colorado:  A Colorado Club for 1932 Ford owners who want to meet and socialize with other Deuce owners. One gathering per year is the plan, but more could be arranged if the group wants to. A great way to meet other deuce owners.  Do not have to be a resident of Colorado to join and there is no entry or annual dues fee.

web-site:  http://www.deucesofcolorado.com/

membership form attached

Tom

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Re: Deuce Clubs
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2016, 11:28:32 AM »
The Mid-West Deuce Club was established in the 1970's for Deuce owners in the mid-western states but now has members from coast to coast.  The Mid-West Deuce Club partners with Goodguys Rod and Custom Association to put on Deuce Doins at three events, the Heartland Nationals at Des Moines, IA, the Chicagoland Nationals at Joliet, IL  and the Mid-Western Nationals at Kansas City, KS.  For 2012 and the 80th Anniversary of the 1932 Ford, Goodguys will have a Deuce Doins at all of their events.  Membership dues are $20 each year and members receive the quarterly Deuce Gazette newsletter.  Please send a check for $20 your membership application to:  The Mid-West Deuces  % Roger Nunn  4224 North 15th Street  Lincoln, NE  68521

Membership form is attached

Tom

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Re: Deuce Clubs
« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2016, 11:30:39 AM »
Deuces Limited is a club that is based in the Austin Texas Area. An organization that is for and about the 32 Ford. We hosted our landmark 40th Annual Deuce Reunion at the Hyatt lost Pines Resort near Bastrop Texas in September 2016. All 32's and their owners are invited. The accommodations at the Hyatt are First Class. Mark your calendars and plan to attend. Check out our website at: http://deuceslimited.net. Also visit our Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/Deuceslimited/timeline

Tom

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Re: Deuce Clubs
« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2016, 08:29:32 AM »
Deuces Limited in Australia came about when Greg Thomsen was on his annual car parts buying trips, and would make time to visit Charlie Duran during the 1990s. Charlie tried to get us to start a similar club in Australia.It took us a few years, and we liked the US concept of no meetings as such, not too many rules, just a group of people who like 32s. We had about ten people initially intersted, and roughly set one up in 2000. Made it official about ten years ago by joining the Australian Street Rod Federation, (our governing santioning body). We decided to use same logos etc of the US club, and now have 30 members, one annual run, and our own club website at www.deucesltd.com . Like most clubs with deuces, we have more 'glass than steel, and this is made more difficult if you want a gennie 5 or 3 window, tudor or vicky, because Ford Australia only made a limited selection of bodies, so everything desireable has to be sourced from USA. If you want to see more on Australian rodding, check out www.ozrodders.com]www.ozrodders.com[/url] or www.hotrodfeatures.com , or just come down for a visit at out street rod nats, being held at the world famous Gold Coast