Richard Kibbe is an avid collector and restorer of original Model A Fords. But his “toy car” is this replica 1930 Model A Speedster that he built from an original chassis, with a steel body that he designed and built himself.
Richard Kibbe is an avid collector and restorer of original Model A Fords. But his “toy car” is this replica 1930 Model A Speedster that he built from an original chassis, with a steel body that he designed and built himself. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Richard Kibbe is an avid collector and restorer of original Model A Fords. But his “toy car” is this replica 1930 Model A Speedster that he built from an original chassis, with a steel body that he designed and built himself. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

Model a speedster not really a race car, but a ‘toy car’

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