1959 National Roadster Show

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A faded photo of Jim Logue's 1954 Ford taken at the National Roadster Show, where the car made its first public appearance in February of 1959. “I built it really for the Oakland Roadster Show. That was a famous show in those days.” Jim won the “Clyde Giraldo Memorial Award” with the car, for contributing the most to the automobile industry. This was the first year the award was given out to tribute the well known Bay Area sports writer Clyde Giraldo. Photo courtesy of Jim Logue.

The 1959 National Roadster Show.

Cars Attending

Bill Smith's 1934 Ford Roadster Custom
Jim Logue's 1954 Ford Convertible - The Fabulous X54

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