1320 Crusaders

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The 1320 Crusaders was a car club from the Richmond Hill, New York area. The club was formed by Ken Bausert and some friends. 1,320 feet is the length of a 1/4 mile regulation drag strip..[1]

Sal Consiglio's 1955 Ford of New York City, New York. Sal lived in the Richmond Hill neighbourhood. He was a member of the 1320 Crusaders car club, and his Ford was restyled in 1962. The build was sold before it was completed.


Ken Bausert
Sal Consiglio

Club Cars

Sal Consiglio's 1955 Ford



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