Let's roll one up (pan, that is)...

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Re: Le'ts roll one up (pan, that is)...
« Reply #16 on: November 20, 2017, 08:41:31 PM »
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Re: Le'ts roll one up (pan, that is)...
« Reply #17 on: November 21, 2017, 12:42:03 AM »
 That was the '32 roadster that Squeek White was working on for Joe McPherson prior to his passing . Interesting car , Carl Fjasted extended the chassis so they could install a Ryan Falconer V-12 engine and Tremec trans . The front fenders were extended 6" and slightly widened to match up with the rear fenders that received the same treatment . It was being built as a Ridler contender but sadly never got finished for that event . It was sold at auction and ended up being an unremarkable Bonneville racer . A sad end to a promising project .
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Re: Le'ts roll one up (pan, that is)...
« Reply #18 on: November 21, 2017, 01:25:20 AM »
That was the '32 roadster that Squeek White was working on for Joe McPherson prior to his passing . Interesting car , Carl Fjasted extended the chassis so they could install a Ryan Falconer V-12 engine and Tremec trans . The front fenders were extended 6" and slightly widened to match up with the rear fenders that received the same treatment . It was being built as a Ridler contender but sadly never got finished for that event . It was sold at auction and ended up being an unremarkable Bonneville racer . A sad end to a promising project .
Phill.
 There's one of those motors at Moal's shop.Here's a front view of Joe's roadster.His 56 big window F-100 was nice.
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