Jack Sibley's 1932 Ford Roadster

Jack Sibley's 1932 Ford Roadster

LS2 Aluminum radiator and electric fan.

510 h.p., LS2

This 510 h.p., LS2 produces 480 Ft lbs. torque. The engine was built by Turn Key Engine Supply in Oceanside,California.

Jack prepares to load the scooter. Disassembling the scooter.

Jack Sibley, the man we built this hot little deuce for, doesn't get around like he used to. So, he had us build a carrier for his motorized scooter. Here, Jack practices the drill for mounting and dismounting his scooter. The scooter, which we painted to match the car, breaks down into manageable pieces that can be picked up and re-assembled on the converted 32 Ford luggage rack.

Assembling the scooter on the luggage rack. Scooter mounted on rack.

Scooter secured and ready to roll

Secured and ready to roll...

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