Rob Hook’s garnet red shovel-nosed 1933 Ford 3-window coupe personified “hot rod” with its laid-back looks and blocky rolling stock. Even with a chopped top and a shotgun-style scoop atop the blower, the Wichita car did not look too radical.
Rob Hook’s garnet red shovel-nosed 1933 Ford 3-window coupe personified “hot rod” with its laid-back looks and blocky rolling stock. Even with a chopped top and a shotgun-style scoop atop the blower, the Wichita car did not look too radical. The Wichita Eagle
Rob Hook’s garnet red shovel-nosed 1933 Ford 3-window coupe personified “hot rod” with its laid-back looks and blocky rolling stock. Even with a chopped top and a shotgun-style scoop atop the blower, the Wichita car did not look too radical. The Wichita Eagle

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