Torquers of Minneapolis

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A 1933 - 1934 Ford Competition Coupe belonging to a member of the Torquers of Minneapolis car club. In 2017 Bert Rogers told Kustomrama that he remembered the coupe from the Torquers of Minneapolis garage in 1961-1962; "The owner's name was Mike, and the car occupied the stall in the south east corner of the club garage on Nicollet Island in Minneapolis. It was built as a show-race car with a 303 ci Olds that was bored to 310 ci. It ran a Hilborn fuel injection and one of the first B&M Hydro Transmissions in the area. Mike was a member of the Torquers, and he lived in St. Paul. George Lang's Tempest II had the center-rear stall in the garage."[1] Photo from the Chuck Noble Photo Collection.
George Lang's 1931 Ford Model A Tudor - Tempest II. Photo courtesy of bobw. From The HAMB.

The Torquers was a car club from Minneapolis, Minnesota.


George Lang

Club Cars

George Lang's 1931 Ford Model A Tudor - Tempest II



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