Guy Mencaccy's 1932 Ford

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Roy Dyson's 1934 Ford Sedan, Guy's Coupe and Jon Enberg's 1940 Ford Coupe as they appeared in late 1954. Photo from the Jon Enberg collection, provided by Steve Corgiat.
Photo from the Jon Enberg collection, provided by Steve Corgiat.
A belly tank nosed competition coupe at Kingdon in the 1950s. Virginia Ryan and Guy Mencaccy is looking at the race car[1], and Guy Mencaccy's 1932 Ford 5-Window coupe can be spotted in the background. Photo from the Jon Enberg collection, provided by Steve Corgiat.

1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe owned by Modesto Century Toppers member Guy Mencaccy of Modesto, California.[2]


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