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To paraphrase someone, "The Street Rod is the only original American car design". When I was young they were Hot Rods, but that is another story. I am a lifelong car nut and my car adventure began with a 1950 Ford.

In the 1950s you also joined a car club. The one I was involved with (actually on of the founders) was the CLASSICS. Many years later we had a reunion. Check these old rodders @ the reunion CLICK HERE.

It was midlife before I built my first Street Rod, thanks to the help and talent of Randy Mead of Ravon Street Rods. The result was the '32 Ford 3-window coupe below. Would I build another one? If I did it would be a Woodie, see Wish List.

1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe
 
This "Little Deuce Coupe" was my first Street Rod. Built over a 2 year period, I got in two years of Rod Runs and Cruising before selling it to a rodder in Northern California. The car is now in Southern California.

 

Specifications
Chopped Ravon coupe - composite body, 1 of 2 ever manufactured. Full fendered with bobbed rear fenders, smooth steel running boards. Full steel hood with louvered side panels. King Bee headlights on '34 stands.Boyd rims. Chevy 350 with 350 auto. Frame boxed with dropped axle, 4 bar front and
rear with coil-overs.

Interior uses cloth and leather trim with dash and garnish finished in matching mat finished tan. Seat and trim from Buick SkyHawk. Overhead console includes pockets and stereo. Vintage Air system for heating and cooling

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Bob Jam's Hi Boy '32 Ford Roadster.
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