George Cerny's 1932 Ford

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1932 Ford Tudor built by George Cerny of Cerny's Body Shop. The top on the tudor was chopped 3 inches. [1]

George used to race his tudor at the Santa Ana Dragstrip during the 1950s, where he ran 123.45 mph on gas. The car was equipped by a Cadillac engine sporting two 4-throat carburetors. George later used the same engine in his 1953 Oldsmobile. A car that was timed a 135 mph at Bonneville.[1]



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