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Ed Roth's Outlaw Recreation 331 cu. in. 1950 Cadillac V8 engine with four Stromberg two-barrel carburetors, 1939 Ford three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle with coil springs and custom-fabricated spring cups, live rear axle with single transverse leaf spring, and two-wheel hydraulic drum brakes at the rear. Wheelbase: 90" - Museum of American Speed

Daddy’s chicken

Speaking strictly non-empirically, it seems to me, anyway, that Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth is enjoying a resurgence in popularity that he never really experienced late

by Ed Roth Outlaw was the first car that Ed created using his special plaster and fiberglass method Built at a cost of just 800 dollars, the Outlaw was based on fabricated frame rails, a junkyard-sourced drivetrain, hand-molded fiberglass bodywork by Roth, a Larry Watson paint job and Cadillac V8 power by Fritz Voigt, Mickey Thompson’s chief mechanic. The extensive chrome plating on the Outlaw was financed by the sale of his 1930 Ford Model A Tudor that became his first show car, dubbed

1955 Cadillac Die Valkyrie..Re-pin...Brought to you by #CarInsurance at #HouseofInsurance in Eugene, Oregon