Difference between revisions of "Nevada"

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[[File:Rory-forbes-1927-ford-profile.jpg|400px|thumb|[[Rory Forbes' 1927 Ford]] Model T Roadster was orginally a track roadster from the late [[1940s]], modified in [[1958]] by [[Al Morris]], painted by [[Joe Bailon]] and striped by [[Tommy the Greek]]. It was put in storage in [[1959]] and brought out in [[2019]].|link=Rory Forbes' 1927 Ford]]
 
[[File:Glenn-johnson-1937-ford-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[Glenn Johnson's 1937 Ford]] Coupe of [[Las Vegas]], Nevada. The build was started in [[1947]], and completed it in [[1951]].|link=Glenn Johnson's 1937 Ford]]
 
[[File:Glenn-johnson-1937-ford-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[Glenn Johnson's 1937 Ford]] Coupe of [[Las Vegas]], Nevada. The build was started in [[1947]], and completed it in [[1951]].|link=Glenn Johnson's 1937 Ford]]
 
[[Image:Ron-Courtney-1951-Ford-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford]] of [[McMinnville]], [[Oregon]] was restyled by Ron between [[1954]] and [[1956]]. The car was known as the [[X-51]], and it was the only custom Ron ever built. The car was once a part of the [[Harrah Collection]] at the [[National Auto Museum]] in [[Reno]], Nevada. |link=Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford]]
 
[[Image:Ron-Courtney-1951-Ford-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford]] of [[McMinnville]], [[Oregon]] was restyled by Ron between [[1954]] and [[1956]]. The car was known as the [[X-51]], and it was the only custom Ron ever built. The car was once a part of the [[Harrah Collection]] at the [[National Auto Museum]] in [[Reno]], Nevada. |link=Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford]]
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== Hot Rods of Nevada ==
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[[Rory Forbes' 1927 Ford]] Model T Roadster<br>
  
 
== Custom Cars of Nevada ==
 
== Custom Cars of Nevada ==
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[[Gamblers of Las Vegas]]<br>
 
[[Gamblers of Las Vegas]]<br>
 
[[Memory Lane]]<br>
 
[[Memory Lane]]<br>
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The [[Peckerheads]]<br>
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== Shops of Nevada ==
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[[Zephyr Speed & Power Shop]]<br>
  
  
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== Citizens of Nevada ==
 
== Citizens of Nevada ==
 
[[Glenn Johnson]]<br>
 
[[Glenn Johnson]]<br>
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[[Rory Forbes]]<br>

Latest revision as of 07:54, 24 March 2019

Rory Forbes' 1927 Ford Model T Roadster was orginally a track roadster from the late 1940s, modified in 1958 by Al Morris, painted by Joe Bailon and striped by Tommy the Greek. It was put in storage in 1959 and brought out in 2019.
Glenn Johnson's 1937 Ford Coupe of Las Vegas, Nevada. The build was started in 1947, and completed it in 1951.
Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford of McMinnville, Oregon was restyled by Ron between 1954 and 1956. The car was known as the X-51, and it was the only custom Ron ever built. The car was once a part of the Harrah Collection at the National Auto Museum in Reno, Nevada.

Hot Rods of Nevada

Rory Forbes' 1927 Ford Model T Roadster

Custom Cars of Nevada

Glenn Johnson's 1937 Ford Coupe
Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford - X-51


Car Clubs of Nevada

Gamblers of Las Vegas
Memory Lane
The Peckerheads

Shops of Nevada

Zephyr Speed & Power Shop


Shows of Nevada

Rockabilly Rod Reunion
The Road to Bonneville


Museums of Nevada

America's Car Collection
National Automobile Museum


Citizens of Nevada

Glenn Johnson
Rory Forbes



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