Ty-Rods of Rockville

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Brian Frederick's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe. Brian is a founding member of the club.
Original member Brian Frederick with his club jacket. Photo courtesy of New England Speed & Custom.

The Ty-Rods is an auto club out of Rockville, Connecticut. It was established by five young men in a small garage 1959. Quickly realizing the limitations of the original garage, and the seemingly limitless creativity, the men moved to a more spacious facility on Reagan Rd in Rockville. This 10 bay garage was perfect for the members and their Hot Rods.[1]


Brian Frederick

== Club Cars =0 Brian Frederick's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe


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