Blackie Gejeian's 1926 Ford

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A photo of Blackie in the roadster. The photo was taken in Reno in May of 1946. His buddy Amos Torsian rides shotgun. Photo courtesy of the HAMB.
Blackie's old roadster at the 2009 Grand National Roadster Show. Photo by F. R. Childers.[2]

1926 Ford Roadster built by Blackie Gejeian of Fresno, California. The windshield was chopped and all running gear and engine were chromed. The roadster sported a Mercury mill with Edelbrock heads and four carburetors. The interior was done in white Naugahyde upholstery with bucket seats.[3]


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