Grand National Roadster Show 1962

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A photo of Paul Hannan's 1929 Ford Model A roadster taken at the 1962 Grand National Roadster Show. This is one of the earliest street rods we have found running American Racing Torq-Thrust wheels. Photo from The James Handy Collection.
Attending the 1962 Grand National Roadster Show was also John Gomez's 1957 Chevrolet. A radical Joe Bailon build that had been dressed up with mag wheels for the season. This is one of the first customs we have seen rolling on Torq-Thrust wheels. If you want the same kind of wheels for your custom, you better check out the Polished Torq-Thrust Original Wheels, or the Chromed model of the Torq-Thrust D's. Check sizes, prices, and availability for these wheels on Photo by Bud Lang, from The Petersen Archive.

The 1962 Grand National Roadster Show.

Cars Attending:


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