Ok can someone tell me how many So cal Speed shop roadsters there were ? This thing looks so bad ass, but is it too good to be true ?
Documented SoCal roadster with significant race history.
Pictures and trophies tell the story of this cover car.
Hot Rod Delux Sepembter 2011 and poster car for Rodders Journal.
Raced from early 50s as drag car and dry lake car into mid 80s as a Bonneville race car as seen in pics.
Breaking many records and reaching the 200 mph several times.
Model A body still sitting on its original 1932 chassis with Culver City Hallibrand Quick Change rear end fully rebuilt all ball bearinged and fully locked.
Connected to 1939 Ford gear box with Lincoln gears.
1949 Merc motor with 400 Isky Jr am and original Edlebrock 4×2 setup running 4 97s with vintage frog mouth scoops.
Matching Edlebrock heads and Kong ignition with dual 1936 6 volt coils.
Walker radiator keeping cool underneath its original 1932 filled grille shell.
Matched up to its hand made hood and sides built in the day.
Axel, bones and shocks original to car.
Axle believed to be early SoCal dropped, filled and peaked.
Original bomber seat and oxygen tank as a fuel cell as was used in the car originally.
Early Stewart Warner dash cluster with 2 5/8 gauges.
Steering column is 1933 with a bell wheel.
40 Ford front brakes and lincoln brakes in the back make it stop.
Have all parts to put back to center steer version including full length deck lid, roll bar and chute.
Car was racred at Saugus, Santa Anna, Pomona and El Mirage during the peak of race history in the 50s.
Worked in conjunction with legendary builders such as Cobb, Deeds, Hilborn and Clyde Sturdy Car is located in Bay Area and available to ship anywhere.
Email with questions and phone number to be reached.
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