Ed Roth's 1932 Ford Three-Window
In 1949 Ed Roth bought himself a 1932 Ford Three-Window Coupe. When he bought it, the car was fitted with 16 inch steelies from a later model Ford, rest of the car was stock. In the beginning Ed Roth hammered and slammed the car. After one year he removed the fenders and channeled the body over the frame.
Ed parked the car in 1951 when he joined the Air Force. After returning from the service, Ed sold the Three-Window Coupe in 1955. Being blended by the new astonishing 1955 Chevrolet with an overhead-valve engine the 1932 Ford was history.
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