Lennart Djurberg's 1932 Ford

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Outside the Djurberg shop. Photo Ronny Eriksson
A group of early Swedish hot rods on their way to Kanonloppet in Karlskoga in 1959. The cars in the front row, from right to left, are Lennart's roadster, Janne Eriksson's 1932 Ford roadster and Roland Larsson's 1932 Ford roadster. The cars in the back row, from right to left, are Peter Billing's brother's 1930 Ford Model A Roadster, Peder Lundgren's Ford Model A Roadster and Peter Billing's 1932 Ford Cabriolet. Photo courtesy of Leif Hultdin.

1932 Ford roadster owned and built by Lennart Djurberg of Sollentuna in Stockholm, Sweden. Lennart is an early Swedish hot rod pioneer.
The car is registered in 'C' county meaning lower tax.

Lennart, since the early 1960s living outside Enköping, still owns the car!

He and his son Johan Djurberg has the Vallby Speedshop since 1998.
Vallby Speedshop


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