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America’s Most Beautiful Roadster

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Shawn Killion of Alpine, CA entered his 1928 Hot Rod Lincoln Phaeton roadster. The motor was a 331ci HEMI engine, with Lincoln dash, brakes and running gear.Shawn Killion of Alpine, CA entered his 1928 Hot Rod Lincoln Phaeton roadster. The motor was a 331ci HEMI engine, with Lincoln dash, brakes and running gear.Shawn Killion of Alpine, CA entered his 1928 Hot Rod Lincoln Phaeton roadster. The motor was a 331ci HEMI engine, with Lincoln dash, brakes and running gear."Probiscus” is a 1929 Ford roadster with a curved front grille similar to track roadsters. The owner is Wayne Johnson from Hillsboro, OR."Probiscus” is a 1929 Ford roadster with a curved front grille similar to track roadsters. The owner is Wayne Johnson from Hillsboro, OR."Probiscus” is a 1929 Ford roadster with a curved front grille similar to track roadsters. The owner is Wayne Johnson from Hillsboro, OR.“The Muroc Roadster” is a 1928 Ford Model A roadster owned by Bill Grant of Upland, CA. With a traditional look, it copies the 1930’s and ’40’s Dry Lakes Era and has a ’32 Ford B motor with original Miller OH conversion.“The Muroc Roadster” is a 1928 Ford Model A roadster owned by Bill Grant of Upland, CA. With a traditional look, it copies the 1930’s and ’40’s Dry Lakes Era and has a ’32 Ford B motor with original Miller OH conversion.“Boss ’32” is a 1932 Ford pick-up with an all-steel Brookville body and Ford Boss 351 power, owned by Don Lindfors of Orange, CA.“Boss ’32” is a 1932 Ford pick-up with an all-steel Brookville body and Ford Boss 351 power, owned by Don Lindfors of Orange, CA.“Boss ’32” is a 1932 Ford pick-up with an all-steel Brookville body and Ford Boss 351 power, owned by Don Lindfors of Orange, CA.“Boss ’32” is a 1932 Ford pick-up with an all-steel Brookville body and Ford Boss 351 power, owned by Don Lindfors of Orange, CA.“BlackJack” had a white, padded Carson top, distressed leather upholstery and a ’33 Dodge instrument panel with power provided by a ’46 Ford 296ci flathead. Surprisingly owned by James Hetfield of Marietta, GA.“BlackJack” had a white, padded Carson top, distressed leather upholstery and a ’33 Dodge instrument panel with power provided by a ’46 Ford 296ci flathead. Surprisingly owned by James Hetfield of Marietta, GA.“BlackJack” had a white, padded Carson top, distressed leather upholstery and a ’33 Dodge instrument panel with power provided by a ’46 Ford 296ci flathead. Surprisingly owned by James Hetfield of Marietta, GA.“Back in ’47” is a 1932 Ford roadster owned by Scott Hawley and Joe Rebozzi from Burlingame, CA, mirroring the theme of dry lakes racing and early hot rodding. With an original 1940’s Ford dash and powered by a 383ci Chevy motor and 4-speed, it’s a fun one to drive.“Back in ’47” is a 1932 Ford roadster owned by Scott Hawley and Joe Rebozzi from Burlingame, CA, mirroring the theme of dry lakes racing and early hot rodding. With an original 1940’s Ford dash and powered by a 383ci Chevy motor and 4-speed, it’s a fun one to drive.“Back in ’47” is a 1932 Ford roadster owned by Scott Hawley and Joe Rebozzi from Burlingame, CA, mirroring the theme of dry lakes racing and early hot rodding. With an original 1940’s Ford dash and powered by a 383ci Chevy motor and 4-speed, it’s a fun one to drive.With I,000 miles on it, Gordon and Caroline Gray from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada drive their H&H flathead powered traditional hot rod ’32 Ford roadster.“Hill Country Flyer” entry is a HEMI powered, Hot Rod 1932 Ford roadster owned by Dan Peterson of Austin, TX. It was built by Austin Speed Shop.“Hill Country Flyer” entry is a HEMI powered, Hot Rod 1932 Ford roadster owned by Dan Peterson of Austin, TX. It was built by Austin Speed Shop.“Hill Country Flyer” entry is a HEMI powered, Hot Rod 1932 Ford roadster owned by Dan Peterson of Austin, TX. It was built by Austin Speed Shop.With I,000 miles on it, Gordon and Caroline Gray from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada drive their H&H flathead powered traditional hot rod ’32 Ford roadster.With I,000 miles on it, Gordon and Caroline Gray from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada drive their H&H flathead powered traditional hot rod ’32 Ford roadster.With I,000 miles on it, Gordon and Caroline Gray from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada drive their H&H flathead powered traditional hot rod ’32 Ford roadster.

America’s Most Beautiful Roadster

Pomona, CA
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Photos by: Roger Rohrdanz

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