Beau Boeckmann's 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe - The Iron Orchid

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Photo courtesy of Dave Shuten.
Photo courtesy of Dave Shuten.

1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe owned by Beau Boeckmann. Known as the "Iron Orchid," Beau's coupe was built by Dave Shuten at Galpin Auto Sports. Dave's vision for the coupe was to build the ultimate 1960s show car. “I wanted this to be the best you could build in 1965, with nothing on the coupe newer than 1965,” Shuten told Jorge Nunez of Hot Rod Magazine. The body and paint prep work was finished by Shuten, before Darryl Hollenbeck at Vintage Color Studio gave the car its signature paint job. The build was completed in 2013.

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Street Rodder October 2013


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