Warren Bookman

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Wayne Knudsen's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe of Toledo, Ohio. The chopped and channeled coupe is believed to have been built by Knudsen in the mid-late 1950s. It was later acquired by Warren Bookman, the organizer of the Toledo Auto Rama. Under Bookman's ownership, the car was prominently showcased at the Auto Rama, drawing significant attention and acclaim from attendees and automobile enthusiasts.
Warren's President jacket from the Northwest Ohio Timing Association. The association existed from 1957 through around 1963, sponsoring car shows and drag races in the greater Toledo arear during that time frame. Photo from The Mark Mazur Collection.
Warren used a caricature of his 1932 Ford on his business cards. Photo from The Mark Mazur Collection.

Warren Bookman of Ohio was the President of the Northwest Ohio Timing Association and an organizer of the Toledo Auto-Rama. Warren passed away on February 6, 2022.

Warren Bookman's Cars

Wayne Knudsen's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe


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