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Two 1932 Ford roadsters photographed in front of Palmdale Inn in Palmdale, California. We believe the roadster in the back belonged to fellow Screwdrivers member Jim Papworth. The roadster was Jim’s first car, and he bought it in 1947. He ran it without fenders and running boards. The windshield was chopped, and it featured a shortened front bumper. Photo from The Bill Boren Photo Collection.


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