Lee Chapel

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Lee's Speed Shop of Oakland, California manufactured and sold speed equipment for cars and boats. The shop was run by Lee Chapel.

Lee Chapel is a pioneer hot rodder, dry lake racer and speed shop owner. According to a photo caption on a photo owned by Albert Drake, Lee Chapel's 1924 Chevrolet four that was equipped with an Oldsmobile three port head set a lakes mark of 103 mph in 1929.[1] Lee ran and operated Lee's Speed Shop in Oakland, California.

Lee Chapel's Cars

Lee Chapel Tornado Special Streamliner
Lee Chapel's 1924 Chevrolet



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