Lil' Coffin II

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Photo by Jim Kampmann.
Photo by Jim Kampmann.
Photo by Jim Kampmann.
Lil' Coffin II at the 2005 Grand National Roadster Show. Photo by Howard Gribble

Lil' Coffin II is a tribute to Dave Stuckey's Lil' Coffin built by Ron Englert for Ron Kilmer of Springfield, Missouri. Ron Kilmer grew up in Wichita, Kansas as a kid and watched Stuckey turn his daily driver into the Lil' Coffin.

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Howard Gribble's pictures from the 2005 Grand National Roadster Show


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