In this video from the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green Ky I check out the 1923 Ford Model T.Tweedy Pie.This 1923 Ford was part of the Ed “Big Daddy” Roth exhibit at the National Corvette Museum.Although Tweedy Pie the 1923 Ford Model T is known as one of Ed Roth’s famous Hot Rods.
He didn’t build it.He bought it back in the day.The cars won “Best Roadster” at the one and only Disneyland Car Club day.Ed bought it from Bob in 1962 and took the car to the world.
When You look at the car it is a very cool.But simple Hot Rod.Ed was always known for doing a lot with a little.The complete history of the car is up for debate.
But the fact that at one time it was known throughout the Custom Car World.Revell Models has sold over 11 million models the 1923 Model T “Tweedy Pie”.And still selling..This is one cool part of Custom Car History for sure.I’m sure You’re going to dig it.Check it out!!!/ScottieDTV