MUROC DEUCE WINS 2020 A.M.B.R.

Arguably the most coveted award in the hot rod industry, this year’s Grand National Roadster Show AMBR (America’s Most Beautiful Roadster) winner is Monty Belsham’s 1932 Ford, built at Squeeg’s Kustoms. Monty will take home the 9-foot tall AMBR trophy (for a year anyway) and a cheque for US$12,500 sponsored by ARP.

Based on a steel Muroc Roadster body by Kugel (#4 of 10), the car was once owned by Nick Barron before Monty decided to make it his own. With detailed Kugel suspension, a Hilborn injected LS1, lipstick red interior and a killer flame job, the most impressive feature might be that there’s already 3,000 miles on the odometer.

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