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Neat car with a great story behind it. Wonderful photos! @Tom davison
Man that is one sweet car!
Who wouldn't be proud as all get out to own that little jewel!?
Family legacy. Track roadster version had Kinmont brakes.
Such a perfect package, the scavenger pipes seal the deal!
Really nice. Tom never fails.
A well detailed little hot rod!
I'm 5'9" and my un-channeled T with only a 1" recessed firewall, is already a tight fit. I cant imagine trying to drive
this car (and with no front brakes).
The Rod & Custom article came immediately to mind. Altzheimer's hasn't hit yet.
Beautiful, classic, hot rod that has been well preserved !
Perhaps racing midgets gives us a clue?
A stock A is tight enough for me!
What a great story & a beautiful car!
Such a rad hot rod. Does it still live in Kansas City? I don’t recall seeing it but there’s so many good ones in every nook and cranny it wouldn’t surprise me.
thanks For the history lesson !
What a great story. I knew it was special when I saw pics of it at the Roundup from a few weeks ago. It was so nice I thought someone totally obsessed with period correctness had recently built it. Now I know the rest of the story. Thanks.
That may just be the most beautiful and perfect rod I have ever scene! thanks for the great pics!!
Beautiful & wish it was mine ( would never get my 6’2” 215 lbs inside) but I do see a little built in “bump steer”.
Man, that car is awesome! I couldn't stop looking at it at LSRU. It caught my eye every time.
This is what a T roadster is supposed to look like, chrome, polish, paint, roll 'n pleats and the tires hanging out on both ends, WoW!
I’m not always drawn to a T, but this thing is magnetic.
or even driving on a long road trip
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