George Montgomery's 1934 Ford

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Photo by Lynn Wineland
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Photo by Lynn Wineland
Photo by Lynn Wineland
Photo by Lynn Wineland
Photo by Lynn Wineland
Photo by Lynn Wineland

1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe owned by George Montgomery of Dayton, Ohio. George's Coupe was fit with 1941 Chevrolet taillights and painted Pastoral Blue. A 1956 Cadillac engine was shoe-horned in place, but with the help of much ingenuity and a MacBar adaptor, the engine found its home. The mill was equipped with four Stromberg on top of an Edelbrock manifold. Cam, lifters and pushrods were Howard. Transmission from a 1937 LaSalle was installed. With a top speed of 115,383 mph, George had collected 53 trophies by 1957. The interior was outfitted for street use, upholstered in blue and white vinyl plastic.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Rod & Custom January 1957



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