This was the car that stopped everyone in their tracks: Richard and Paige Udell's mind-boggling all-steel 1932 Ford full-fendered roadster from Swan Lake, Mont. From the all-chrome engine to the swoopy pair of seats and the oversized wheels and tires, the mint green roadster was a feast for the eyes.
This was the car that stopped everyone in their tracks: Richard and Paige Udell's mind-boggling all-steel 1932 Ford full-fendered roadster from Swan Lake, Mont. From the all-chrome engine to the swoopy pair of seats and the oversized wheels and tires, the mint green roadster was a feast for the eyes. The Wichita Eagle
This was the car that stopped everyone in their tracks: Richard and Paige Udell's mind-boggling all-steel 1932 Ford full-fendered roadster from Swan Lake, Mont. From the all-chrome engine to the swoopy pair of seats and the oversized wheels and tires, the mint green roadster was a feast for the eyes. The Wichita Eagle

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