1921 Ford

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Joe and Jerry Valdez's 1921 Ford Model T Roadster of Oakland, California. Joe and Jerry purchased the car as a race car in the 1950s. They took it apart and turned it into a show car. It went through a couple of iterations before they parked it in the late 1970s.
Bob Schoonhoven's 1921 Ford Model T Roadster of Battle Ground, Washington. Known as "Lil' Louie," the build was started in a basement in Vancouver, Washington in 1961. By 1967 Bob had turned it into a show-stopping sweepstakes winner, and it was featured on the cover of Rod & Custom June 1968, who called it "One of America's Top Ten T Buckets Ever Built."

1921 Ford Hot Rods

Bob Schoonhoven's 1921 Ford Model T Roadster - "Lil' Louie"
Joe and Jerry Valdez's 1921 Ford Model T Roadster

Cars Using 1921 Ford Parts

Steve Scott's Uncertain-T

Radiator shell:
Steve Scott's Uncertain-T

Steve Scott's Uncertain-T

Steering column:
Steve Scott's Uncertain-T

Steering wheel:
Steve Scott's Uncertain-T


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