Dick Courtney's 1929 Ford

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Dick Courtney, Jerry Emric & Frank Currie in front of Dick's roadster, circa 1950.
Dick's Roadster in 1959. By now it was owned by Dick Roseberry.[1]

1929 Ford Model A Roadster owned by Dick Courtney of Fullerton, California. Dick built the car with help from Frank Currie in 1948. Dick and Frank were building one Model A Roadster each, and both wanted Hallock Windshields for their cars. Duke Hallock sold the original moulds for the Hallock Windshield in 1939, and by nownobody knew what had happened to them. Jack Tobin, a fellow Hi-Boy enthusiast, had one on his car so, in exchange for replacing the cracked glass on his car, they borrowed it to create a new mould.[2]


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