Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times
January 25, 2013
Clay Sheffrey of Glendale looks over a 1932 Ford chopped three-window highboy coupe owned by Bill Lindig of Houston at the 64th Grand National Roadster Show on Friday. So-Cal Speed Shop of Pomona performed the car's final assembly and finish. The car features a unique and rare flathead Ardun overhead conversion engine. Lindig's other car on display, a 1927 Ford Roadster, won the 2012 Most Beautiful Roadster Award at the show.
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