Ed Roth's Road Agent

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Larry Watson painting the Road Agent
A press photo of the Road Agent at the 1965 Detroit Auto Show
The Road Agent at the Movieworld - Cars of the Stars Museum in Los Angeles, California.[1]
The Road Agent on a sixties showcar postcard.[2]

The Road Agent is a bubble top show rod built by Ed "Big Daddy" Roth. The Road Agent was built using an innovative powertrain with a Corvair engine and rear suspension.

Mark Moriarity owned the car from 1996 to 2005 and he restored it back to it's former glory.

September 26, 2009 the Road Agent was sold at the Icons of Speed & Style Auction that was held by RM Auctions at the Petersen Automobile Museum in Los Angeles, California. The Road Agent was sold for $ 187,000 USD.

Magazine Features

Rod & Custom March 1964


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