Evaluation: Good older paint, chrome, and interior. Chipped passenger’s door edge. Clean, dry engine. A quality older restoration to like new condition with better paint and chrome but in an odd color combination.
Bottom Line: Reported sold by RM at Monterey in 2010 for $99,000, then at Auburn Fall in 2014 for $68,750. Finding a real Deuce Roadster in original condition and with an array of period-style accessories has become a rare event. Most of its counterparts were either driven into the dirt or snapped up by hot rodders. This result should not be seen as an outlier, however, but rather an endorsement of its style, rarity, condition, and milestone stature as the first year of the Ford flathead V8.