Eugene Wentworth's 1932 Ford

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The roadster as it appeared in 2011 after Ken had bought the car back.

1932 Ford Roadster built by Eugene Wentworth of West Peabody, Massachusetts in 1948. In October of 1951 Eugene ran his roadster at the Bonneville Nationals. Eugene passed away shortly after, and the car was sold. Eugene's son, Ken Wentworth, tracked the car down and bought it back.[1]

In 2011 Eugene's old roadster was shown at the Dropped and Chopped exhibit at the California Auto Museum.[1]



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