Difference between revisions of "Fort Worth"

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[[File:Sid-kayman-1932-ford-profile.jpg|400px|thumb|[[Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford]] Roadster of [[St. Louis]], [[Missouri]]. Sid bought the car in [[1944]] or [[1945]], and it had already been [[channeled]] and hot rodded when he bought it. By [[1956]] or [[1957]] the car had found its way to Fort Worth. [[Don Newhouse]] came across it in a backyard in a local neigbourhood. He bought it, and got it back on the road again.|link=Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford]]
 
[[File:G-c-woodard-1932-ford-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[G. C. Woodard, Jr's 1932 Ford]] Roadster, of [[Fort Worth]], [[Texas]].|link=G. C. Woodard, Jr's 1932 Ford]]
 
[[File:G-c-woodard-1932-ford-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[G. C. Woodard, Jr's 1932 Ford]] Roadster, of [[Fort Worth]], [[Texas]].|link=G. C. Woodard, Jr's 1932 Ford]]
 
[[File:Max-magness-1932-ford-profile.jpg|400px|thumb|[[Max Magness' 1932 Ford]] Cabriolet of [[Grandfalls]], [[Texas]]. The build was started in [[1959]] and completed in [[1960]]. [[Robert Cassel]] of Fort Worth, [[Texas]] bought the old hot rod in [[2007]].|link=Max Magness' 1932 Ford]]
 
[[File:Max-magness-1932-ford-profile.jpg|400px|thumb|[[Max Magness' 1932 Ford]] Cabriolet of [[Grandfalls]], [[Texas]]. The build was started in [[1959]] and completed in [[1960]]. [[Robert Cassel]] of Fort Worth, [[Texas]] bought the old hot rod in [[2007]].|link=Max Magness' 1932 Ford]]
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[[G. C. Woodard, Jr's 1932 Ford]] Roadster<br>
 
[[G. C. Woodard, Jr's 1932 Ford]] Roadster<br>
 
[[Max Magness' 1932 Ford]] Cabriolet<br>
 
[[Max Magness' 1932 Ford]] Cabriolet<br>
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[[Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford]] Roadster<br>
  
  
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== Citizens of Forth Worth, [[Texas]] ==
 
== Citizens of Forth Worth, [[Texas]] ==
 
[[Danny Vandergriff]]<br>
 
[[Danny Vandergriff]]<br>
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[[Don Newhouse]]<br>
 
[[G. C. Woodard, Jr]]<br>
 
[[G. C. Woodard, Jr]]<br>
 
[[Heath Murray]]<br>
 
[[Heath Murray]]<br>
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[[Les Stephens]]<br>
 
[[Robert Cassel]]<br>
 
[[Robert Cassel]]<br>

Latest revision as of 23:31, 23 February 2020

Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford Roadster of St. Louis, Missouri. Sid bought the car in 1944 or 1945, and it had already been channeled and hot rodded when he bought it. By 1956 or 1957 the car had found its way to Fort Worth. Don Newhouse came across it in a backyard in a local neigbourhood. He bought it, and got it back on the road again.
Max Magness' 1932 Ford Cabriolet of Grandfalls, Texas. The build was started in 1959 and completed in 1960. Robert Cassel of Fort Worth, Texas bought the old hot rod in 2007.
Heath Murray's 1951 Chevrolet Bel Air of Fort Worth, Texas. Restyled by Heath at Murray Kustom Rods, the build was completed in October of 2015.
Danny Vandergriff's 1957 Chrysler New Yorker of Fort Worth, Texas. Restyled by Danny and his father, the build was started in 2016 and completed in 2019.


Hot Rods of Fort Worth, Texas

G. C. Woodard, Jr's 1932 Ford Roadster
Max Magness' 1932 Ford Cabriolet
Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford Roadster


Custom Cars of Fort Worth, Texas

Heath Murray's 1951 Chevrolet Bel Air
Danny Vandergriff's 1957 Chrysler New Yorker


Custom Body Shops of Fort Worth, Texas

Murray Kustom Rods


Car Clubs of Fort Worth, Texas

The Chapparals


Citizens of Forth Worth, Texas

Danny Vandergriff
Don Newhouse
G. C. Woodard, Jr
Heath Murray
Les Stephens
Robert Cassel




 

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