"Fusion" is a 1932 Ford Roadster that was hand formed/rolled out of aluminum and steel. A one-off creation designed and built by Hot Rods By Great in Lake Bluff, Illinois. "Fusion" is the first Uni-body constructed Street Rod ever built. This one-off roadster was built to compete for the "Ridler Award." After making the "Great 8" the car was completely refurbished into what you see today. Click here to read more about this car and preview other upcoming offerings from Russo and Steele.
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