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Bob Huddleston & Harry Fake's 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe. Bob & Harry were member of the Arlington Auto Club.
Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford Roadster of St. Louis, Missouri. Sid bought the car in 1944 or 1945, and it had already been channeled and hot-rodded when he bought it. By 1956 or 1957 the car had found its way to Fort Worth, Texas. Don Newhouse came across it in a backyard in a local neighborhood. He bought it and got it back on the road again. It changed hands a couple of times before it went into storage in the 1960. In 1994 Karl came across the car. He bought the old hot rod. Karl rebuilt it, changing it to his own vision of a hiboy. The build was completed in 2002.

Hot Rods of Arlington, Texas
Bob Huddleston & Harry Fake's 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe
Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford Roadster

Car Clubs of Arlington, Texas
Arlington Auto Club

Citizen of Arlington, Texas
Bob Huddleston
Harry Fake
Karl Knecht


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