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1923 Ford The Candy Man


Jim Molino's The Candy Man Roadster 1977 America's Most Beautiful Roadster award winner 1977 ISCA National Points Champion One of Andy Brizio's Instant T cars Originally owned by Miles Foster and displayed at the Oakland Roadster Show in 1969 This was the first Brizio front-engined car with a torsion bar front end and Corvette independent rear suspension Purchased by Bill Roach after the Roadster Show in 1970 and driven from the San Francisco bay are to Memphis for the Street Rod Nationals in 1971 Featured in September 1972 Rod Action and 1974 Rod and Custom magazines The car went through a couple owners and show appearances before being purchased in 1975 by Jim Molino The car was rebuilt and he commissioned Art Himsl and Mike Haas to paint the car Candy Red with a Candy Man moniker on the door for the 1976 show season For 1977, Molino decided to take the car to another level Painted Pearl Yellow by Mike Farley and Bobby Martinez Kenny Foster updated the interior Supercharged 350 CI V-8 engine Custom engraving on engine components and shifter housing Chromed front and rear independent suspension Featured on the cover of Popular Hot Rodding and ISCA Show Stopper in 1978 Later purchased by Lee Gunther and then Arnold Link Purchased by Black Gejeian in 2004


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