John Day's Model T Roadster

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A photo of John with the roadster. This photo was published in Rod & Custom April 2014, and it is believed that it was taken when the car was in California for the 1962 Winternationals. Photo courtesy of Rod & Custom Magazine.
Photo courtesy of Rod & Custom Magazine.
Photo courtesy of Rod & Custom Magazine.
Photo courtesy of Rod & Custom Magazine.
Photo courtesy of Rod & Custom Magazine.
Mr. Lucky was featured on the cover of Car Craft May 1962.

Ford Model T roadster owned and restyled by Lobes of Salt Lake City member John Day of Salt Lake City, Utah. Known as "Mr. Lucky"[1], the finned bed on John's roadster was fit with 1958 - 1959 Ford Thunderbird taillights. The body was painted white with fogged lavender panels. It was loaded with chrome. The interior was sparse, and it featured a safety wheel, three gauges, and a chromed shifter topped with a piston shift knob. Power came from a blown Chevrolet engine.[2]

In 1962 John's roadster was shown at the Winternationals in California.

Magazine Features and Appearances

Car Craft May 1962
Rod & Custom April 2014



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