Bill Jenks' 1932 Ford

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1932 Ford Cherry red High-boy roadster owned and built by Lancers member Bill Jenks of Anaheim, California. Bill became a member of the Lancers in 1946 with his 1932 Ford. He entered the lakes for the first time in November the same year, pushing his roadster up to 102 mph. The 16 year old teenager was not just only a first-timer, but he was also the youngest driver at the meet as well. Before Bill was shipped overseas to active duty in the Korea war, he raced his roadsters at the lakes, field-testing Potvin Automotive latest camshaft grinds until the engine finally blew. The car was parked in his garage, he got married became a dad and. Due to increase the funds, he dragged out the roadster, dusted it off and sold it. A familiar ring for a lot of hot rodders.[1]



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