I’m contemporary back from prestigious garden of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in which I had the honor of helping Ken Gross & David Grant choose the warm rods once once again. This years ‘Class V’ was exclusively celebrating the 1932 Ford ‘Historic Very hot Rods’, in recognition of the 90th anniversary of the model. The winners experienced to be culturally major rods with noteworthy heritage: Dry lakes/ Bonneville levels of competition, roadster clearly show wins, journal characteristic automobiles, and many others., so I realized this was *not* going to be a cake walk. Amongst the Deuce entries have been the roadsters of Ed “Axle” Stewart, Grey Baskerville, Ray Brown and Tom McMullen (these last two not remaining judged).
So the winners?
Course V: 1932 Ford Historic Scorching Rods
1st: 1932 Ford Bob McGee Roadster, Bruce Meyer, Beverly Hills, California
2nd: 1932 Ford Pacific Gunsight Exclusive Roadster, Kim McCullough, Pompton Plains, New Jersey
3rd: 1932 Ford Ian Cusey Roadster, Robert Owens, Wellington, Texas (Flattop Bob!)
Dean Batchelor Trophy
1932 Ford Lee Titus Roadster, Ross & Beth Myers, Boyertown, Pennsylvania
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