National Roadster Show 1961

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A photo of Ron Price's 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe that Andy Southard took at the 1961 National Roadster Show. According to the later owner Steve Montgomery, the car made its debut at the show. In 1997 this photo appeared in Andy Southard's book Hot Rods & Customs of the 1960's. Wrongfully listed as a 1934 Ford Coupe, Andy had a hard time identifying the car while researching it for the book; "A few of the cars in this book couldn't be identified despite my research. My complete magazine collection in the 1960s never had a feature of this outstanding coupe." He also mentioned in the caption that he never saw the coupe again after the show. Photo courtesy of Andy Southard.
Gary Elmore's 1953 Studebaker, "Exotica", at the 1961 National Roadster Show. Photo from the Ron Brooks collection.

Cars attending the 1961 National Roadster Show

Ron Price's 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Gary Elmore's 1953 Studebaker - Exotica


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