Joe Tully

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A photo of Joe next to a hot rodded 1932 Ford. Dating back to the early 1950s, the photo was taken in front of the house he grew up in, and it might have been his first car. Photo courtesy of Dave Tully.
Joe Tully's 1931 Ford Model A Coupe. Tully was a member of the Blackhawk Rod and Custom club. He built the coupe in the 1950s, and the iteration seen here was raced at the The World Series of Drag Racing in Lawrence, Illinois in 1956.

Joe Tully of Dixon, Illinois. Joe was a mechanic all his life, and according to his son Dave, he bought his first hot rod when he was about 14. In the 1950s Joe was a member of the Blackhawk Rod and Custom club.

Joe Tully's Cars

Joe Tully's 1931 Ford Model A Coupe


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