Ken Atkinson

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Ken Atkinson's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster

Ken Atkinson of Corpus Christi, Texas. Ken owned a transmission shop in Corpus Christi, and he was a good mechanic. Ken hooked up with Leroy Mackey, who was also from Corpus Christi, and Ken's 1952 Ford became tow car for the Mackey & Veselka AA/g Dragster that also ran as a AA/Ag coupe with a Bantam body, and as a AA/AG sedan with a Ford Model A two-door body. Ken wrenched the dragster, ans was a driver for the tow rig.[1]

Ken Atkinsons Cars

Ken Atkinson's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster
Ken Atkinson's 1952 Ford Club Coupe



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