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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 27TV8, Sep 4, 2018.
That 37 is fabulous.
Is that a Frenzel atop that flathead,cool.
That is an Early McCulloch for a pre 37,for a flathead with the top forward water outlets.
Type in ROMO Speed Festival or ROMO Motor Festival for tons of photos.
Those Danes know how to enjoy themselves!
I want to thank all those who took these photos so all of us could enjoy them. For many HAMB readers Denmark and especially ROMO is a long way to visit!
Lots go to Copenhagen but ROMO is on the FAR SIDE!
Thanks.Guess I didn't look closely.
We've been there last weekend, was a great one
I saw the most beautifull engine ever at Rømø.
Love that coachbuilt '37 in the second pic!!!
Any other pictures of it... and that blue/black indy-style car behind it ?
Is the coachbuilt '37 roadster a Matford ?. Can,t see with the guy in front of the cowl.
I agree! That one knocks all the rest off the stage. Over the top Kool and everything is true Vintage. Sure would like to know more about what looks to be a two part head.
It's a Fordor that was crashed in 1945. Guy named Nelleman had that body made. It's aluminum. He raced it at lot in the 50's. In Denmark it's nicknamed "Nellie"
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I saw that car last time we were at a show in Fredericia,there is now some side trim installed.
Look at my blog second page. WWW.1948fordpickup.blogspot.ca
The heads look like federal Mogul two piece.
Very very rare!
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