Dee Wescott's 1936 Ford

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1936 Ford Roadster built by Dee Wescott. The car, built in 1958 was known as the Dreamboat in show circuits. Dee's roadster was fit with a chopped top and a 1940 LaSalle grille. Once completed the car won "Best Custom Roadster" at the Portland Roadster Show in 1959, and it was featured on the cover of Hot Rod Magazine April 1959.

The car is still around, and was restored in 2004 by Steve Babinsky for its new owners Ross Myers and Beth Myers.

Magazine Features

Hot Rod Magazine April 1959



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