Sonee Hall - Bristol, TN.
This car is a recreation of the Anglia I raced in the 60’s and early 70’s. The body was located in Reading, PA where it was stored for many years after the top had been chopped and set-up for an early Chevy small block. I constructed the car using as many period-correct parts that I could locate. But, the car was built to be up-to-date with the present day safety regulations.
Charlotte Mahan is crew chief, co-constructor, pit crew, chief cook and bottle washer, etc…..
The car runs representing “Craft’s Garage” in Roanoke, VA.
Time to Complete: 2 Years
Type of Paint: PPG Base Coat/Clear Coat
Color: Sunburst Metallic Bronze
Painter: Steve Summey (Applied Color Coat)/Eldridge Auto, Rogersville, TN
Special Paint Work: Lettering by Travis Raleigh, Mount Carmel, TN
Details: Annette Peavler installed the pleated bronze metal flake and pearl white
naugahyde interior like she did in the 60’s.
Displacement: 427 Cubic Inches
Details: All GM except Holley intake and Vertex magneto
Make/Year: Original (Reinforced) with 12 point roll cage
Alterations: 1940 Ford front axle, top chopped 3” with the windshield laid back,
the car can be all steel or steel with fiberglass front end, doors, rear
fenders and trunk lid. Has tilt front end.
(If it has lettering on it – it’s fiberglass)
Built By: Sonee Hall
Details: 4 Speed T101 (G-Force) with Ram clutch
Details: 1957 Ford 9” with ladder bars and leaf springs
Front: Type and Size American Racing Wheels (Torque Thrust D)
Rear: Type and Size American Racing Wheels (Torque Thrust D)