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History The Jerry McKenzie Roadster revisited

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Jive-Bomber, Jun 4, 2020.

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    The proportions are great... I wouldn't have thought a T would be so difficult to find in the early/mid 50s, they still seem to be everywhere around here, but I'd say the builders perseverance definately paid off!
     
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  5. This car is the chit. I think that one with a 30s era big truck motor or a tin side (one extreme or the other o_O:eek::D:D) would be doable too for a drive train. This one is as smooth as silk.

    In the late '60s when I was in high school Ts were plentiful, but mostly '22-'24 believe it or not. That and Model TT trucks. I still prefer the '25-27 bodies though. They render themselves well to this type of build.
     
  6. A couple from my collection. Second pic is from the 1956 National Roadster Show in Oakland. Other pic is earlier, I believe an early Indy show, may even be Detroit Autorama.

    jerry-mackenzie-T-001.jpg jerry-mackenzie-T-002.jpg
     

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