Ron Maxwell's 1932 Austin Bantam

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Photo courtesy of Ron Maxwell.
Photo courtesy of Ron Maxwell.

1932 Austin Bantam owned and built by Ron Maxwell of Salt Lake City, Utah. Ron built the Austin Bantam in 1964, after he had sold his 1934 Ford coupe. It was later was featured in Hot Rod Magazine with Craig Breedlove’s “Spirit of America” on the Bonneville Salt Flats.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Hot Rod Magazine March 1966



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