A Look Inside A Bonneville Record Holder

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Logan Davis built this all-steel 1934 Ford three-window coupe that participated in the Bonneville Speed Week Trials in August 2005. It turned in a 106.672-mph run and holds a record for the Blown Fuel Vintage Flathead Competition Class.  The coupe was exhibited at the 15th Annual Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Automobiles in Canton, Ohio, in 2010.

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About John Gunnell 104 Articles
John “Gunner” Gunnell has been writing about cars since ‘72. As a kid in Staten Island, N.Y., he played with a tin Marx “Service Garage” loaded with toy vehicles, his favorite being a Hubley hot rod. In 2010, he opened Gunner’s Great Garage, in Manawa, Wis., a shop that helps enthusiasts restore cars. To no one’s surprise, he decorated 3G’s with tin gas stations and car toys. Gunner started writing for two car club magazines. In 1978, publisher Chet Krause hired him at Old Cars Weekly, where he worked from 1978-2008. Hot rodding legend LeRoi “Tex” Smith was his boss for a while. Gunner had no formal journalism training, but working at a weekly quickly taught him the trade. Over three decades, he’s met famous collectors, penned thousands of articles and written over 85 books. He lives in Iola, Wis., with his nine old cars, three trucks and seven motorcycles.
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