Harper Dry Lake

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"Dr" and Ed Iskenderian somewhere on Harper Dry Lake. Photo courtesy of the Bungholers Car Club.
A photo of the dash in Jim Woods' Ford Model T Roadster taken at Harper Dry Lakes in May of 1941. We don't know what the dash was out of, but it was clearly chromed, and it featured a pump knob at the lower right. Photo from The Richard "Nobey" Noble Photo Collection.


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