Selling my late father's 1925 roadster pickup.
The engine was built by Eddie Drake in the 1950s, and he raced with a guy named Eubanks. At different times the motor was in a dragster or the roadster pick up that it's in now. Allegedly it went over 100mph in the dragster. The car also ran in the famous Long Beach Hill Climbs. Dad bought it from Jim Drake, who was Eddie's son.
-crossflow Rajo head (BB or BBR)
-dual Stromberg 81 carburetors
-dual plug ignition (Nissan 200SX
-Bill Jenks camshaft
-custom water pump
-full pressure oil
-belt driven alternator
The car was a touring that got roadster pickup-ized with a nicely made wooden box. It has a Ruxtell, 21in artillery wheels. Tires hold air. The paint is cracking, vinyl interior is good, top is tired. The car has been in dry storage for probably the last 10 years. I remember it running although the carburetor jetting was not quite perfect, and it wanted to go faster than we were comfortable with on surface streets.
The car is in Huntington Beach California, licensed and is PNO status.
Here are photos on a Google Drive file: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OH9lSNnFni6XugQ0OFvCGbJRV6pKutlt