Mary Jane Edwardson's 1930 Ford

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1930 Ford owned by Mary Jane Edwardson of Oakland, California. The body was channeled 10 inches, and the frame was lowered 6 inches. The car was fit with aluminum hood and side panels. The running gear and engine were chromed. It featured a dynamically balanced 1941 Mercury mill equipped with dual Stromberg carburetors. The car was painted Coral Flame red and was fit with a Carson type lift off top.[2]


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