The Petersen Museum will be celebrating the 80th anniversary of the 32 Ford. They are dedicating a full week in March of 2012, to the iconic 32 Ford. Anyone owning a ’32 Ford, whether it’s a sedan, coupe, roadster or pickup is welcome to display their car at Deuce Week. From February 25, through March 3, of 2012, the Petersen Museum celebrates the deuce’s birthday in style.
Kicking off the beginning of deuce week, Vintage Air will sponsor a scenic drive up Pacific Coast Highway and a stop at the Mullin Automotive Museum. The Mullin Automotive Museum is an homage to both the art deco and the machine ages – eras that produced exquisite art and magnificent automobiles. The museum is home to examples of the finest of historic French automobiles from prestigious marques such as Bugatti, Voisin, Delage, Delahaye, along with significant and representative decorative art from this same period.
After enjoying a guided tour through the Mullin Automotive Museum, the group will depart for Mike Malamut’s Vintage Car Museum. Participants will enjoy a light lunch and a world-class collection of micro cars and beautiful postwar vehicles from around the world. Deuce week will also include a tour of some of the most worldly known hot-rod shops, such as the Old Crow Speed Shop, H&H flatheads, and Hollywood hot rods.
This is just a taste of what the Petersen’s deuce week celebration will entail. The Petersen Museum will also feature a display of 1932 pedal cars built and customized by nine of the most prestigious rod shops in the country. Now that you know when and where, get ready for one of the biggest celebrations dedicated to the undisputed king of Street rods.