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Ford Roadster "Possessed" | 1933 Ford Roadster "Possessed"
Ford Roadster “Possessed”
Ford Roadster “Possessed”
Ford Roadster “Possessed”
Ford Roadster “Possessed”
Ford Roadster “Possessed”
Ford Roadster "Possessed" | 1933 Ford Roadster "Possessed" Ford Roadster "Possessed" | 1933 Ford Roadster "Possessed" Ford Roadster "Possessed" | 1933 Ford Roadster "Possessed" Ford Roadster "Possessed" | 1933 Ford Roadster "Possessed" Ford Roadster "Possessed" | 1933 Ford Roadster "Possessed"

1933 Ford

Roadster

Possessed

This 1933 Ford Roadster won the prestigious America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award at the Grand National Roadster show in 2010.  In conceptualizing the design of a 1930s coach-built Ford roadster, special luxurious features were incorporated into the award-winning vehicle.  The nose was elongated for a more elegant appearance, electric switches were used rather than door handles, and the gauges replicated a Breitling chronograph watch.  One of the roadster’s most unique features is the custom-built luggage, modeled after ultra-luxurious cars of that era, and which features a picnic and bar set. Built from the ground up in a mere two years, the award-winning roadster was designed by Gary Ragle and constructed by Scott’s Hot Rods of Oxnard, California with the assistance of Palmer’s Custom paint & Body of Camarillo and Ron Mangus Custom Hot Rod Interiors in Rialto.

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