John Day's Model T Roadster
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", 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.
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