Jim Torrance's 1931 Ford

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Photo from the Trompers collection.

1931 Ford Roadster owned by Pasadena Roadster Club member Jim Torrance. John ran it at the lakes in '49. The car was powered by a 213" B engine. At the May 7-8 meet he ran 98.90 mph with a Winfield head bolted on. In the upper left wearing no. 1.[1]


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