Gene Garret's 1940 Ford

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Gene's 40, and Norm Milne's 1938 Ford convertible sedan outside the Milne's Richfield station at 25th and Broadway. After the war, the center of rodding activity in Sacramento was at the Milne's Richfield station. Photo by Norm Milne.
Another photo of Gene's 40 and Norm's '38 outside the Milne's Richfield station. Photo by Norm Milne.

1940 Ford owned by Thunderbolts Capitol Auto Club member Gene Garret of Sacramento, California. Gene's Ford was fit with a padded top by Carson Top Shop. Custom modification in addition to the top included a recessed rear license plate and a DeSoto bumper.[1]



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