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Slopers

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1940 Ford Tudor (Sloper)

Ford Australia followed GM Holden's with a Sloper design. It was not until 1939 the style became available on the Ford Standard and DeLuxe V8 chassis.

Priced at 335 for the standard and 350 for the Deluxe. The sloper style replaced the imported Club Coupe. Ford Australia lablled the cars Tudors.

1940 was the last year for the Ford Tudor. Production figures are not available.

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