Dean Micetich

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Wayne Knudson's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe of Toledo, Ohio. The chopped and channeled coupe is believed to have been built by Knudson in the mid-late 1950s. It was later acquired by Warren Bookman, the organizer of the Toledo Auto Rama. Under Bookman's ownership, the car was prominently showcased at the Auto Rama, drawing significant attention and acclaim from attendees and automobile enthusiasts. Dean purchased the old hot rod in September of 2023.
A photo of Dean with Wayne Knudson's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe taken the day he finally came to pick it up. He plans to gather parts and get it back to the 1950s configuration. Photo courtesy of Dice Magazine.

Dean Micetich of Charlotte, North Carolina, is the co-founder of DicE Magazine, a renowned publication in the motorcycle community. Born and raised in South London, Dean's roots have always been a significant part of his identity. The saying goes, "You can take the boy out of South London, but you can't take the South London out of the boy."[1]

DicE Magazine was established on April 4th, 2004, and has since been published quarterly. The magazine has garnered a dedicated following and has become a staple in the motorcycle community, featuring custom bikes, gearhead culture, and more. Dean's passion for motorcycles is evident in his own collection, which includes a 1947 HD FL and a 1957 HD FL.

Dean Micetich's Cars

Wayne Knudson's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe



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