Lee Talbot

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Lee with his wife Judy in 2008. Photo by Dick Steikamp.[1]
A photo Lee customized with Corvette taillights. Photo courtesy of Lee Talbot, provided by Dick Steinkamp.[1]
Photo courtesy of Lee Talbot, provided by Dick Steinkamp.[1]

Lee Talbot of Livermore, California has been a gearhead since the early 1940s when he built his first hot rod, a 1928 Ford Model A Roadster with a Riley 4 port head. Over the years, Lee has built many customs and hot rods, he has also raced cars at Bonneville and the dry lakes, and he has been heavily involved in boat racing. [1]


Lee Talbot's Cars

Lee Talbot and Sam Chakries' 1953 Studebaker Pickup


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