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Tom's 1924 Model T Speedster

Ford 1924 Model T Speedster. Built by my buddy Tom Magee and his Grandfather many years ago, I had the pleasure of many rides and competed in an Endurance Run in the early 1980's in San Jose, CA. Tom still tinkers at his shop and got #42 running again after 25 years of collecting dust.


 


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