Classic 32 Brought Back To Life

When Finnish Ford was nearing is 50th anniversary the 32 Deuce racecar of a legendary finnish boat and car racer Curt Lincoln was unearthed from some murky shed where it had ended sometimes in the early sixties after competing nearly ten years as an iceracing car during the winters.
The car was in a sorry state, rusty with some fenders and bodyparts missing and the sidevalve V8 had been stripped of the Ardun heads it had been equipped with. Perhaps they had been reused in some speedboat?
Nearly two years the guys in the Ford service shop restored it into the original blackfendered roadster with a british racing green body and a flathead engine once delivered in the thirties.
The restored roadster was a nice way of showing Ford’s local heritage and long traditions in Finland.

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