DuVall Windshield

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Eddie Dye's 1929 Ford Roadster, was built by the Ayala Brothers in the early 1950s.
Buzz DeChamp's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster, of San Francisco was completed in 1952.
Raymond Patricco's 1934 Ford Roadster of Irvington, New Jersey. Patricco didn't build the car, he supposedly bought it in the 1960 or the 1970s. He planned to restore it. That never happened, and it stayed in storage until he passed away in 2018. Rumor has the car was built in the 1950s. Back then it is believed to have run a DuVall Windshield.

The DuVall windshield is a V'd and swept-back windshield designed by George DuVall.

Cars Featuring DuVall Windshields

Eddie Dye's 1929 Ford Roadster
Buzz DeChamp's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster
Doane Spencer's 1932 Ford
Southern California Plating's 1935 Ford Phaeton
Tommy the Greek's 1936 Ford Phaeton
Bob Trammel's 1941 Ford - The Bathtub


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