The 1932 Clobes Special is one of the most talked about cars in the collection at Dale’s Wheels Through Time. Regarded as “The First Street Rod,” it was custom built by Cletus Clobes of Mt. Pulaski, IL in 1932. The car started as a 1932 Ford Model C and then the entire body was customized including chopped leather top, new interior, dropped axles, Z’d frame, and custom fenders
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Can We Make This 1920s Harley-Davidson Powered Airplane Fly? – @WheelsThroughTime
Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum, located in Maggie Valley, NC, features over 375 American motorcycles, unique cars, and transportation history.
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Parking Lot Finds : 1928 “Finnegan Spear” Cutdown – @WheelsThroughTime
1926 Harley Engined Boat-Tail Speedster at Wheels Through Time
Today we get the first look at the newest machine to “The Museum That Runs,” the 1926 Boat-tail Speedster Runabout! Matt has been after this machine for a little while, and for a good reason. Follow along to find out what makes this car so special!
The Baby Car Runs!