The New York Mystery Sport Custom

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The old sport custom as it sat in 2018. Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.
Photo courtesy of Matt Wardle.

Lost and Found


US built sport custom, currently located in Italy. The car was purchased in New York, United States in the late 1980s or early 1990s. The buyer found it for sale on Hemmings, and in 2019 he told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that all he remembers about the guy he got it off was that he was a physician in the Syracuse, New York area. He still owned the car in 2019 and he could tell that the car has no identification plates, but it is powered by a Ford V-8 Flathead engine. It came with spare Edelbrock heads that look like they never have been fitted to the car. The wheels are Ford wire wheels, and the low-slung body is made from various 1930s and 1940s parts.[1]


Do you recognize this car?

The current owner is trying to trace the history of the car, and any help identifying the low slung roadster would be much appreciated. Please get in touch with Kustomrama at mail@kustomrama.com if you have any info or photos to share.


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