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Historic Print #26: Tommy Davis' Street Machine (1940)

Historic Print #26: Tommy Davis' Street Machine (1940)

$ 20.00

Tommy Davis was the owner of this wild street machine back in 1940. It was supposidly put together by Homer Farneman using a Miler race car chassis and an arowed Model A body before being passed onto Eugene Von Arx and then Tommy. Tom rebuilt it in ’41 and had 362 louvers punched in the hood and side panels at ten cents each. The car was no slouch with the Olds Straight-eight power, having run 113.92 mph at Harper Dry Lake in '42. It was last spied in the mid ’50s in Central California as a used up circle track ride.

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These museum-quality posters from AHRF are vivid prints made on thick and durable matte paper. A statement in any room, these puppies are just the accent your room, office, or auto shop needs.

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