Allen R. Mathews' 1932 Ford

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Ralph's Coupe at the first annual Pennsylvania Autorama in 1954. Photo by Hank Wieand Bowman. Courtesy of Craig, Shanon, and Tracy Bowman. Provided by Antiqueynot.

1932 Ford Roadster owned by Allen R. Mathews of Media, Pennsylvania. In 1954 Allen's Roadster was shown at the first annual Pennsylvania Autorama. By then the car sported motorcycle type fenders all around. According to the name card on the windshield, Allen had put 3,000 hours and $1,500 into the car.


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