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1951 Ford Country Squire Woody Wagon in NW Austin.

Written by Ken Altes

1951 was the last year for real wood. Powered by the venerable flathead V8.

1932 Ford Victoria Hot Rod in E. ATX

Written by Ken Altes

This 1932 Ford Victoria hot rod was in central E. Austin, and sports, for you purists, a big block Ford V-8.  Valve covers say Ford Racing, has a tall intake manifold with two 4-barrel carburetors, and some nice, and short, headers.  Can anyone identify the engine?

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1938 Standard Ford Tudor Street Rod at a Bastrop Car Show

Written by Ken Altes

Outstanding paint on this beautiful 1938 Standard Ford Tudor street rod in Bastrop, Texas.

Original 1946 Ford Pickup Truck at an ATX Cafe

Written by Ken Altes

I learned to drive in a similar 1946 Ford pickup truck when I was 12. For a few years, a coupe of times each summer I would spend a few days a hundred or so miles NE of Dallas, in Pittsburg, Texas. I helped an old fellow tend his small herd of cattle, pigs and cucumbers on a small farm that he leased about seven miles from town. At first, I drove only in the pastures, then on the sandy roads, then finally on the rural two lane highway to his house at the outskirts of the small town. It was a great learning experience. His truck was pretty worn and it’s top speed was about 37 mph before the front end vibrated too much.

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