Deuce Coupe gets stamp of approval

Mustangs, Cadillacs and other classic cars have been featured on U.S. Postal Service stamps, but now the granddaddy of classic American hot rods, the 1932 Ford roadster, the "Deuce Coupe," has been honored with a pair of limited-edition stamps. Officially named Model B, the '32 Ford debuted the flathead V-8, one of the industry's most iconic and influential engines. The stamps are available now at local post offices or at



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