Lucy, my old roadster finished by Stokers and later by Ray Dunham still looks good to me.Â A R&C feature car made people realize a Model 40 can make a great looking hiboy with some room for comfort. I am building another one with a little different style.
I love the profile with the Duvall windshield and bias tires with steelies.
Ray took it up a few levels and made it his car.
A completely redone interior provides plenty of room for a 6″+ driver with a Glide adjustable seat.
This R&C photo really show the look a roadster show exhibit to followers. Ready to rumble!!!
Barry was a colorful individual with a great eye for building Hot Rods that most people liked. This was his trend setter in the late 70’s.
He built consistent “Great Eight” finalist at the Detroit Autorama.
One of his personal rides using fiberglass bodies he helped design.
A clone of his first one carries all of his trademarks, stance, louvers, tube axles with 4-bars and solid hood sides.
One of Roy’s latest for Michael turned out fantastic.
The “Master of Deuces” Roy Brizio has built more Deuce than anyone I know. The all go down the road.
Alan is a fan of the “Laid Back Windshield” also and has built several including his own.
Alan’s personal roadster for his wife set the bar real high for quality craftsmanship.
Reed’s Rides Design
Ryan has put his name of the map for roadsters when he rebuilt this beauty.
Bobby builds my style of model 40 roadster like this flamed beauty from many years ago.
SO-CAL Speed Shop
SO-CAL builds a true traditional style Deuce hiboy using all of their proven components.
Built for Hollenbeck, the master painter, Â as his personal ride.
Adams Rod Shop
Chad has built several with the laid back windshield and all were winners.
I like the style of this home built Deuce. Note center divider in the windshield which is also laid back.
Warren rebuilt this history 29 and took it over the top with detailing.
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