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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 08racer, Nov 14, 2013.
The late Deuce Roadster (Randy Nash) all steel original Henry '32,, HRP
My friend Joe's original Henry steel '32. 468 BBC with a Doug Nash 5 speed. Looks like a street rod, but it is a hot rod!
I don't know who built this one but I am in love with the overall look of the 33 shown above. Nice job!
Here are a few more with fenders that I like. While I like the no fender versions I could learn to love any of these beauties. The blue one has a NOS Ardun motor and was owned by Harry Warner in the early days.
My A full fender roadster.
Neal East / Richard Munz:
just hafta join in the fun. A couple different looks,maybe?
My hemi-powered '32 Plymouth roadster -- a work in progress.
Of course, not all roadsters are '32s, nor have they all been modified (yet?):
This roadster pickup belongs to a friend.
My favorites - hmmm guess they're not 32,33, or 34.
I clicked on to post some of mine and see that two of the ones you posted are mine. (First two in second row) Here's a few more.
Gotta include Gray's...
Great looking cars.
They don't get much better than this, originally built by Paul Hornung, after he was killed in a motorcycle accident, it went to the late Gray Baskerville. Each new owner has treasured it, even kept the primer on the fenders. I knew Paul when he drove it, he worked at a gas station on north Fair Oaks in Pasadena, CA in front of the shop where I was building my fuel DeSoto dragster with Bob Keilty..(Don Montgomery used to work there too). Paul was a great guy and taught young dumb kids like I was about real hot rodding.
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