Henry Rootlieb's 1933 Ford

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Photo by Jim Potter
Photo by Jim Potter

1933 Ford Sport Custom built by Henry Rootlieb. The drawingboard was the obvious birthplace for Henry's Ford. Henry began building the roadster from a 2 door body, which he mounted on a 1941 Ford chassis reduced to 102 " width. The narrow cowl section was both reduced in height and widened.[1]

Magazine Features

Rod & Custom May 1956



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