Don Williams

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Don Williams' 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe - The Collegiate

Don had epilepsy and was prone to seizures. Prior to being featured in Hot Rod Magazine, the state took Don’s license away for having too many speeding tickets and for erratic behavior. They even made him sell the car, which he did, to his aunt. From that point forward, Don hid the coupe and only took it out when he was sure he could get away with it. Don didn’t have a driver’s license and the coupe was almost always hidden.[1]

Don Williams' Cars

Don Williams' 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe - The Collegiate

Cars Built by Don Williams

Byron King, Jr.'s 1952 Buick


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