Homegrown Hotrods
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1932

Paul Rogers Paul Roger's came to HGHRs wanting this beautiful roadster built, he had an idea and stuck to it, very carefully planned down to last nut & bolt. The original chassis was boxed using a 383 stroker, B&M 350 box to power it through to the 9inch locker rear axle. Not only has the chromed, polished, painted running gear been cared for this car looks better today than when it was first finished thanks to pauls meticulous polishing. The steel fenders have also since been flamed by Neil Melliard at pro sign after Neil Tadman created the black leather tuck&roll interior.