← Champion barn find: Long-lost ’32 Ford was drag-racing star
This 1932 Ford was built for the first World Series of Drag Racing, and after that 1954 race, it was parked and never run again.
i liked the car, it would be fun to make road ready. At what point I wonder did they start to put swing pedals in those cars ? I would think it still should of had threw the floor pedals, where the clutch pedal must still be.
clever fuel rail set up! Note small return line on nose of fuel rail.
It looks like it had an awful tough 58 years if it was parked in a barn all that time,
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