Bob Johnston

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Bob Johnston's 1923 Ford Model T Roadster - The Tweedy Pie

Bob Johnston was a member of the Orange County Ignitors car club. In 1954, while living in Bellflower, California, Bob began to build a neat little T-bucket that later would be known all around the world as the Tweedy Pie. In 1958 Bob moved with his family to Anaheim, California.

Bob Johnston's Cars

Bob Johnston's 1923 Ford Model T Roadster - The Tweedy Pie
Bob Johnston's 1956 Ford Pickup


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