1936 Ford Cabriolet

  • First car built by Ken “Posies” Fenical for his shop, Posies Rods and Customs, Hummelstown, PA
  • Chopped 3.5 inches, with a Carson-style padded top
  • 350-ci small-block Chevrolet V8 with three Rochester 2-bbl carburetors
  • Featured in over 20 hot rod magazines worldwide
  • Built in 1981 and restored in 2011.
  • Known as “The Smooth ’36”

1936 Ford Deluxe Roadster Custom

  • Traditional-style hot rod with modern drivetrain and conveniences
  • 406-ci small-block Chevrolet engine with 700R4 transmission
  • Custom built by Joe White’s Performance and Machine, Austin, TX
  • Windshield and folding-top assembly chopped two inches
  • Authentic 100% stock Ford steel roadster body

1932 Ford Roadster

  • Offered from the collection of Jack Dunning
  • Professional build by Glenn and Randy Hatcher
  • Brookville steel body and chassis
  • 1939 Ford flathead V8 engine and driveline
  • This car, Lot 431, sold for $65,450, including buyer’s premium, at RM Auctions’ sale in
  • Hershey, PA, on October 11, 2019.

1927 Dick Williams Ford Roadster

  • Built by Dick Williams in 1952
  • 1953 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award winner
  • SCTA Bonneville timed speed of 123 mph
  • Featured in Hop Up magazine, June ’53
  • Entered in the inaugural Historic Hot Rod Class at Pebble Beach in 1997

1930 Chrisman Bonneville Ford coupe

  • Among the most historic 1950s Bonneville racers
  • Built by Art and Lloyd Chrisman and Harry Duncan
  • Multiple Bonneville record-setter in 1953
  • Featured on the cover of the February 1954 issue of Hot Rod as “The Most Fantastic Coupe”
  • Third place in the Historic Hot Rod Class at Pebble Beach in 2001

1925 Spurgin-Giovanine Chevrolet Roadster

  • Among the most historic 1940s California dry-lakes roadsters
  • Built by Albata Club members Chuck Spurgin and Bob Giovanine
  • 1948 SCTA Class A Roadster Champion: perfect 1,800-point score
  • Featured on the cover of the March 1949 issue of Hot Rod
  • Displayed in the Historic Hot Rod Class at Pebble Beach in 2010
  • Dry Lakes Racing Hall of Fame inductee
  • Grand National Roadster Show Class Winner

1936 Ford Jack Calori 3-Window Coupe

  • Hot Rod magazine cover car November 1949
  • Built by rodding pioneers Jack Calori and Herb Reneau
  • Bored and stroked ’46 Mercury 59AB flathead
  • Clay Smith cam; Eddie Meyer high-compression heads
  • Three-inch chopped top, La Salle grille, ’40 Chevy headlights
  • Best in Class at Pebble Beach Early Custom Class in 2005
  • Dean Bachelor Award for the “Most Significant Hot Rod”