Dick Flint

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Dick Flint was a member of the Glendale Sidewinders. Being stationed in the Philippines during World War II, Dick abandoned a hopped up Model A. Returning from the service, Dick began workin for Alex Xydias at So-Cal Speedshop in 1948, packaging and shipping parts, while collecting parts for a new build. Flint collected two or three A roadster bodies that he managed to assemble in to one car: the Dick Flint Roadster.

Notable Dick Flint Cars

Dick Flint's 1929 Roadster


Rodders Journal Number 16


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