The "Blue Suede Shoes" series of bronze 1932s
The "Blue Suede Shoes" series of bronze 32 Fords is based on the song made popular in the 50's by Elvis Presley. These are all circa 1950 depictions.
ONE FOR THE MONEY portrays a fellow who has just pulled a 32 out of a barn. He is deciding whether to buy it and if he does, what will he do —rod or restore?
TWO FOR THE SHOW is a 5-window coupe at a drive in theatre. The couple in the coupe is sharing popcorn. If you look closely, you will find a nod to the King.
THREE TO GET READY (work in progress) is a 3-window coupe at a service station while the attendant washes the windows, checks the oil, water, and tires. All that and 25c per gal. of gas was mighty nice.
GO CAT, GO! is an action piece featuring an early 32 Hi-boy roadster.
Three body styles depicted as abandoned desert finds. Each is a limited edition of 32, Bronze and Sterling Silver.
BARN FRESH CHICKIN COOPE - the car that started it all.
Morgans obsession with old Fords started with his first car when he was 16, a 1931 Model A, fresh out of a barn with the hefty price tag of $30. He worked all summer hauling hay to pay for the car. Naturally, this was the first car to be recreated in bronze.
The BARN FRESH CHIKIN COOPE has two editions, 30 in the 1930 edition and 31 in the 1931 edition.
Please contact me to reserve any or all body styles as each is a limited edition. All Morgan bronze are signed, numbered, and come with a certificate of authenticity.
-Clyde "Ross" Morgan