William Keith Landrigan (Mar. 27, 1921 - Feb. 2, 2010) was born in White Bear Lake, Michigan. Keith's father, Jeremiah William Landrigan, was a mechanic at a shop in town. By 1925 Keith and his family had moved to California.
In 1939 Keith built several T Fords that he timed at the lakes. Keith was also a member of the Flyers Auto Club, that later became the Pasadena Roadster Club. During the war, Keith was enlisted to the Navy, and served four years as an Aviation Mechanic.
After returning from the war, Keith began building a LaSalle powered 1932 Roadster. Keith also worked as a salesman for the Crown Motor Rebuilding & Sales Company, and in his off hours he served as vice-president for the Pasadena Roadster Club.
Keith Landrigan's Cars
Keith Landrigan's 1932 Ford Roadster
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