Bill Davis' 1932 Ford

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Bill with his roadster at a 1950 dry lakes event. Photo courtesy of Ken Walkey.

1932 Ford roadster owned and raced by Glendale Stokers member Bill Davis of Burbank, California. In 1950 Bill turned 124.82 mph with a 248 cu. inch engine at the first meet of the season he attended. Later on he teamed up with John Goodman and Holly Hendrich to up the 1950 SCTA C class record to 143.08 mph with a 287 cu. inch engine.


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