Don Deere's 1932 Ford

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Dean's Coupe at the 1st annual Dallas Autorama in 1960.[1]
Dean's Cpupe at the 50th annual Dallas Autorama in 2010.

1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe owned and built by Dallas Quarter Milers member Don Deere. At the time he built the car Deere was a student at Arlington State College. He had moved back home so he could work on his car in the weekends. Don had found the Coupe in a back yard in Oak Cliff.[2] ın 1960 Don displayed his coupe at the 1st annual Dallas Autorama. In 2010 the car was still owned by Don, who displayed it at the 60th annual Dallas Autorama.



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