Boudakian Bros' 1932 Ford

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The Boudakian Bros' running their four-door at Famoso Raceway in 1959. Photo courtesy of Neal Jennings.
The old sedan as it appeared after Neal Jennings bought it from Willie Kendig. Photo courtesy of Neal Jennings.

1932 Ford four-door sedan owned and raced by the Boudakian Brothers. The Boudakians ran a hopped up DeSoto Hemi that featured six Stromberg 97's. Vapor Trailers of Visalia member Willie Kendig of Yettem, California bought the sedan from the Boudakians somewhere around 1960. Willie owned the car until 2007, when Neal Jennings bought it from the family. When Neal bought the car, Willie's daughter said that she remembered Willie towing his 1932 Ford roadster with the sedan to the racetrack.[1]



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