Jim Khougaz' 1932 Ford
1932 Ford Roadster built by Jim Khougaz. Jim built the Roadster for dry lakes competition. While its fit and finish were second to none, much of this roadster’s success was attributable to the streamlining effects of its stunning hand-crafted belly pan, the workmanship of which continues to impress. Beautifully restored, it even retains its original SCTA plate affixed to the dashboard, and would complement the most distinguished of hot rod collections.
September 26, 2009 The Jim Khougaz' Roadster was sold at the Icons of Speed & Style auction at the Petersen Automotive Museum where it was included in the America's Car Collection lot. The roadster was sold for $214,500 USD.
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