Pack Automotive Museum

Performance - Hot Rods - Custom - Antiques - One Offs Many with valid Race and Movie Build Histories

One of only a few TOTALLY FREE On-Line Automotive Museums on the Internet

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- Frank Lockhart inspired Boattail Speedster
- This is the fifth series of Speedster creations by Terry Cook, former editor of Hot Rod Magazine, using his Deco Rides body
- The Ford 4.6 Liter Mustang engine has real V12 Ferrari valve covers
- Inspired by the famed Lockhart land speed record attempt car from 1929, it is distinguished by four pontoons cloaking the wheels
- Built over several years by Gary and Dillion Brown at Browns Metal Mods formly of Indianapolis, now of Port Leyden, New York
- The front wheels pants swivel and turn with the cars steering, and the headlights turn with the steering as well, air shocks in the rear raise and lower the car as needed. When the car is moving appears to be levitating or floating over the ground. Wherever it appeared, it attracted a crowd and a bevy to photographers.

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