Pat Leighton's 1932 Ford
1932 Ford Roadster owned by Pasadena Roadster Club member Pat Leighton. Pat designed the car in a Japanese prison camp. Pat's channeled roadster was powered by a 1942 Mercury engine, and in 1949 the car was clocked at 117 mph at El Mirage. In 1950 the car was entered at the first Oakland Roadster Show.
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