Egeo Barci

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Egeo Barci's 1934 Ford Roadster of São Paulo, Brazil. The build was completed late in 1966 or early in 1967, and it might have been the first hot rod of Brazil.

Egeo Barci of São Paulo, Brazil.


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Egeo Barci's 1934 Ford Roadster



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