Leo Gruba's 1949 Ford

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A photo of Leo's Ford from the Jamco Parts Photo Collection.
A rear end shot of Leo Gruba's 1949 Ford custom. Photo courtesy of Jim Genty - Jamco Parts.

1949 Ford owned and restyled by Leo Gruba of Miles City, Montana. Leo was a member of the Jolly Rodders of Miles City car club, one of the earliest clubs in town. Later on he and his buddy Jim Genty split off to form the Kingsmen club. Leo's Ford featured scooped headlights, a DeSoto grille, side pipes and dual spots.


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