Jim Kierstead's 1929 Ford

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Jim's roadster next to his 1939 Merc.

1929 Ford Model A Roadster owned and built by Jim Kierstead of 909W 85th Street, Inglewood, California. Jim bought this roadster in 1939 when he was 16 years old. The fenders were removed, and the windshield was chopped. it featured a 1932 Ford grille shell and blackwall tires. Jim's son Tim, remember the car sat in his grandparents backyard several years after Jim died in 1947. What happened to the car is unknown.[1]



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