Ron Coleman's 1951 Ford

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A photo of Ron Coleman's 1951 Ford hardtop of Covina, California. Developed in June of 1959, the photo was taken by George at an indoor car show. Photo by George Contaoi.
Photo courtesy of Keith Rohm.
The restored version of the Ron Coleman Ford next to the restored version of Larry Ernst's 1952 Ford convertible. Photo courtesy of Keith Rohm.
Dave's Model A, and Keith's 1937 Pontiac next to the two old Ford customs. Photo courtesy of Keith Rohm.

1951 Ford owned by Ron Coleman of Covina, California. The top on Ron's Ford was chopped 4 inches at the front and 6 inches in the back, All body seams were filled, all door handles and emblems removed. Solenoids operated doors and deck lid. The lime gold car was powered by a stock engine.

Dave Lenhart and Keith Rohm bought the old custom to fix it up and sell it.


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