Wes Collins' 1934 Ford
1934 Ford Roadster owned by Wes Collins, a member of the Road Runners SCTA Car Club and crew member of Vic Edelbrock.. Wes' Ford featured a pair of fender skirts, a custom dashboard and a DuVall Windshield. The stock headlights were replaced by LaSalle units. 1940 Lincoln Zephyr bumpers were added both front and rear. Solid hood sides were fit in stead of the stock units. Wes' Roadster rolled on wide whites with Spinner Hubcaps. 
January 19-22, 1950, Wes' roadster was exhibited at the first annual National Roadster Show. By then it had been painted white, and it was owned by Al Marx. According to this years souvenir pictorial, Al's car was powered by a 1942 Mercury engine.
Mark Skipper recreates the car
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