Tommy Johns' 1932 Ford

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As it appeared in the "Readers Rods & Custom" section in June 1955. Photo by Tommy Johns.

1932 Ford Roadster built and owned by Tommy Johns of Charleston, South Carolina. The roadster actually began its life as a Coupe. Tommy cut the roof off and installed a roadster windshield that was chopped. The frame contained parts from Hudson, Buick and naturally, Ford. When the car was finished, Tom enlisted the Navy. In 1955, he sent a picture of the to Rod & Custom Magazine, and the car appeared in Readers Rods & Custom in Rod & Custom June 1955.[1]

Magazine Features

Rod & Custom June 1955



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