One of 98 built, this two-seat roadster was found derelict in a Georgia field 35 years ago. Mostly rusted beyond repair, the chassis was rebuilt using Eaton leaf springs front & rear (thank you!) A new wood framed body was built and new or used parts were obtained from sources around the world. It won Best in Class at Amelia Island Concours (Pre-war Sports Class) among many other AACA and concours awards, in addition to being competitively driven. With a straight 6 OHC, twin carb, 11:1 compression, the sound at 5,500 RPM always brings a smile.