THE 1932 FORD MODEL B CONTINUED ALL THAT WAS SUCCESSFUL ABOUT THE MODEL A
It would be easy to pity the Ford Model B. When people think of the 1932 Ford, the first thing that springs to mind is the brand-new V-8 engine that set the world on its head. The host of that engine, the identical-appearing Ford Model 18, has become almost inseparable from its powerplant. Thus, when the four-piece hood is lifted on a Model B, exposing the 50-hp, 200.5-cu.in. four-cylinder, many will feel disappointed with what appears to be a carryover from 1931.
That’s not true, of course, read the article here