Harry O. Lutz' 1939 Ford

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A "before" photo that Harry sent in to the reader section of Hot Rod Magazine in 1949.
Harry's "after" photo from the same letter.

1939 Ford Convertible owned by Harry O. Lutz of Ferguson, Missouri. A before and after photo of Harry's Ford was published in the "It's in the Bag" section of Hot Rod Magazine January 1949. The after version of Harry's car featured a chopped top, fit with what seems to be a padded top. The grille has been narrowed, and fenderskirts, dual spotlights and custom hubcaps have been installed. Harry could also tell the readers of Hot Rod Magazine that the car ran a ported and relieved 1946 Mercury block, a Harman & Collins cam and Edelbrock heads and intake manifold.[1]

Magazine Features

Hot Rod Magazine January 1949


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