This is about a '29 Ford Roadster, with a history going to back to 1947. This latest bit of information, was just recently introduced to its current owner of 55 yrs, Jim Kitchen. These newest tid bits, come from a friend of Pat Ganahl's, that enjoys tracking down the his-tory of vintage Hot Rods. It was at one of our recent monthly, SCTA Road Runners meeting, where I overheard Jim, telling our current hero driver and Ed Martin Garage business owner, Willie Martin, about these timeless snapshots of the day. I was told there were pictures of the car, with the rear pitched out, sliding around a dirt track. It still does this, more on that later. I couldn't wait to see these photos. I would ask about them and last I has heard, they were in Norm Porters, possession. Which is who made the aluminum tonneau cover, intake and plenum, for its current configuration. While seeing the photos for the first time, Norm became quite emotional. Saying.. 'people just don't care about things like this anymore'. It had a '41 Ford 6 in it, which in it's stock form made more power than the V8 flathead, Henry was producing at that current time. Yet they claimed the 6 cylinders power to be lower than the V8 flatty, by advertising it's power at lower RPM then it's actual peak power. So as to not undo the V8s, illustriousness. Then the provenance gets even thicker, with the car being a car from the, Pasadena Roadster Club. Knee toe! Now skip to today, when I went up to Jim's to get back on the rustoration, of good ol' Stan.(Salt is a killer!) One of the first things out of my mouth, before getting right to work, was if he had the pictures back. A quick yes, and the day had just got better. So here's what I saw..