Harold Post's Glasspar G2

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An early photo of Harold Post driving the Glasspar. Photo courtesy of John Deren.
The car racing at a yet to be identified airport race. Photo courtesy ofJohn Deren.
The car as it looked like at its arrival in New Jersey from California in January of 2014. Photo courtesy ofJohn Deren.
The car sporting new Firestone tires, and the old Ford modified hubcaps that came with the car. Photo courtesy ofJohn Deren.
Photo courtesy ofJohn Deren.
Photo courtesy ofJohn Deren.
John's Glasspar was one of the featured registrations for the 2nd annual Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey. Due to Hurricane Joaquin the show had to be post-poned with a week, making it impossible for John to attend.
John's Glasspar was one of the Featured Registrations for the 3rd annual Customs by the Sea car sow in Wildwood, New Jersey.
John's Glasspar at the 2016 Customs by the Sea in Wildwood, New Jersey. Photo by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.

Glasspar G2 roadster owned by Harold Post of Orange, California. Harold ran Posts Body Shop in Orange in the 1950s, and the Glasspar was mounted on a custom Post frame. In 1973 the car was stored away in California.

In 2014 the car was owned by John Deren of New Jersey. When John got the car, it had an early 1940s running gear and a 59A Mercury engine with a Potvin 425 that Harold installed. In order to make it more streetable, John installed a 4 deuce Stromberg Schnell intake, Evans head and a 3/4 race cam.[1]



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