A Class Roadster

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The A Class Roadster cannot be altered in height, weight, width or contour, and must be of 1928 manufacture or later. Generally, the frames must be of a similar year. The one exception to this rule is that of a 1929 body on a 1932 frame. There can be no Channeling or Belly-Pans, and the engine must be under 260 cubic inches. The car must carry no reduction in grill area or alternations in drive assembly. No Quick-Change Rear-Ends or gear boxes are permissible. Roadsters must have a Flywheel.


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