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  1. 65pacecar
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    Looks like the front coupe is right hand drive? Maybe Australia?
     
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    What are those hairdos going to look like after riding in that open car?

    .bjb
     
  7. Hmm, it appears that the young lady is displaying the universal sign of hot rod friendship.
     
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  8. IIRC, the "Alazon" model "A" coupe was from the Bay Area.
    1932 Ford sedan delivery. supposedly only 58 were built in 1932, and a few were built in 1933. they were rare then, and even more so now.
     
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    That was the first car I saw with a blinged up engine/bay.
     
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    Howard Mitchell built the Alazan, he was from LaGrange Park, IL, just west of Chicago.
     
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  12. He didn’t happen to live in a shack did he? Hehe.
     
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    Found this, can't vouch for its accuracy.
     
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    General Jumbo wheels. They are around, well at least in Ca.
     
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    First time I've ever seen "bagpipe" headers.
     

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