Lew Wolff's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe

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Lew's old coupe as it sat in 2007. The front wheels at the time were real magnesium American with old tires from Len Richter's Bob Ford Thunderbolt from 1964. Len gave Lew these back in the days. Photo courtesy of Louis Lapham.
The Downriver Modified plaque on Lew's coupe. Photo courtesy of Louis Lapham.

1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe owned and built by Downriver Modified member Lew Wolff of Wyandotte, Michigan. Lew first built and raced the coupe seriously in competition in the mid 1960s before turning it into a street rod. Lew fit the coupe with a red upholstery by Ray Kulakowski. In 2012 Lew still owned the car. Unlike his Candy Roadster, the coupe has seen lots of road and track use, but it still holds up well.[1]



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