The Rotzell 46
The Rotzell 46 is a sports custom built by Ed Rotzell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The build was started late in 1945, and it took Ed 3 months at a cost of $357 from parts of five makes to complete the build. The parts were picked up at various junk shops. Ed's custom made its debut early in 1946. Once completed, the shop doors were too small to get the car out of Ed's shop, so he had to have the plate glass window of his shop removed.
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