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High Performance Auto Blog

In anticipation of our upcoming Mothers® Shine Award we thought we would take a...

Posted on Oct 29, 2010

In anticipation of our upcoming Mothers® Shine Award we thought we would take a (st)roll down memory lane and revisit our 2009 winner - "Deucenberg," an unparalleled '32 Ford B-400 built by Alan Johnson at

Johnson's Hot Rod Shop in Gadsden, AL, and owned by Doug Cooper of

Oyster Bay Cove, NY. Paint on this rare convertible sedan is BASF

bordeaux. Originally a personal project of Alan Johnson's,

there are an estimated 16,000 hours put into the build. Powertrain

features a LS6 mated to a Bowler 4-speed overdrive transmission. This '32

Ford wrecked shop last year by also taking the 2009 Ridler Award, 2009 Goodguys Street Rod of the

Year, and "Best Street Rod" at Shades of the Past 2009. We cannot wait to see who will take home this year's Mothers® Shine Award!

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