Bob Talmadge's 1931 Ford

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Photo from the Randy Ema collection.

1931 Ford roadster owned by Bob Talmadge. Bob ran his roadster as a guest entry at Muroc on June 15, 1941. The car ran a flathead V8 with ARCO heads and turned 100.44 mph. The windshield on Bob's roadster was radically chopped and laydback.[1]




 

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