Bill Waddill and Ken Draper's 1932 Ford

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Channeled 1932 Ford Roadster built by Bill Waddill and Ken Draper of Flint, Michigan. The car featured a dropped, chromed and filled axle. Brakes were hydraulics. The engine was built from a 59A Mercury block which was bored out to 3 3/8 inches, and a 1949 Mercury 4 inch stroke camshaft that was stroked an additional 1/8 inches to give a total increase in stroke of 3/8 inches.

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