Clyde Giraldo Memorial Award

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Jim Logue's 1954 Ford convertible of Long Beach, California. Completed in 1958, Jim's Ford might have been the first car ever to use hydraulic lifts from aircraft surplus parts to raise and lower the suspension. Jim's Ford won the Clyde Giraldo Memorial Award at the 1959 National Roadster Show for contributing the most to the automobile Industry.


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