Chris Miller's Tall Candy T

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Bailon working on the Tall Candy T in 1974. Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Bailon signing the T in 2002 at the Darryl Starbirds National Rod & Custom Hall of Fame Museum. Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
The Call Candy T as it sat in 2017. Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.
Photo courtesy of Connie Brewer.

The Tall Candy T is a handbuilt Ford Model T built by Joe Bailon of Bailon Custom Shop for Chris Miller. Built in the garage behind his house in 1974, Joe made the body on the car from conduit and sheet metal. It was finished in Candy Red, and featured independent suspension and Tru-Spoke wire wheels.[1]


Sold To Joe Brewer

In 1996 the car was sold to Joe Brewer of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Brewer still owned the car in 2017.[2]


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