Tony LaMasa's 1932 Ford

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The LaMasa Roadster at the 2017 Jalopyrama in Westminister, Maryland. Photo courtesy of John Helmuth.
Photo courtesy of John Helmuth.
Photo courtesy of John Helmuth.
Photo courtesy of John Helmuth.

1932 Ford Roadster owned by Tony LaMasa of Arcadia, California. The roadster was powered by a 1956 Chevrolet Corvette engine.

"The Ricky Nelson Roadster"

Ricky Nelson and his brother David drove Tony's roadster in a single appearance on the Ozzie and Harriet TV show, after that the car became known as "The Ricky Nelson Roadster."[1]

Magazine Features

Rod & Custom November 1957


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