Buick Nailhead

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Gary Heliker's 1926 Ford Model-T roadster of Lawndale, California. Gary's roadster was supposedly raced as a modified at the dry lakes in the 1940s. This is how it appeared in the early 1960s. By then it was powered by a 1955 Buick Nailhead engine.
Steve Scott's Uncertain-T of Reseda, California. Built by Steve in a small family garage, the build was started in 1960 and completed in 1965. He was 17 years when he started the build. The inspiration came from a cartoon that a friend had made in class. Power came from a Hilborn fuel-injected 1957 Buick "Nailhead" engine.

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