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Elverne Pfeifer originally campaigned this '41 Willys during the Gasser Wars, and it's now owned by his son Kerry of Fayetteville, Georgia. It's one of many high-quality submissions that have received thus far.

Entries for our 2017 Subscription Drive have been pouring in from around the globe, and we’ve enjoyed looking through rods and customs ranging from homebuilt projects to well-known historic cars. Elverne Pfeifer originally campaigned this ’41 Willys during the Gasser Wars, and it’s now owned by his son Kerry of Fayetteville, Georgia. It’s one of many high-quality submissions that have received thus far.

Kevin Silva, Austin, Texas -1934 Ford five-window coupe with 327cid smallblock Chevy motivation

Kevin Silva, Austin, Texas -1934 Ford five-window coupe with 327cid smallblock Chevy motivation

David Montgomery, Farmington, Missouri - 1929 Model A Tudor with banger power

David Montgomery, Farmington, Missouri – 1929 Model A Tudor with banger power

Kyle Severin, Alexandria, Minnesota - 1950 Mercury, which has been three decades in the making

Kyle Severin, Alexandria, Minnesota – 1950 Mercury, which has been three decades in the making

Randy Hawke, Jersey City, New Jersey - 1931 Ford Roadster with original paint powered by an Edelbrock-equipped flathead

Randy Hawke, Jersey City, New Jersey – 1931 Ford Roadster with original paint powered by an Edelbrock-equipped flathead

Michael Pistello, Lombard, Illinois - 1932 Ford five-window coupe & 1967 Chevy II with homemade fuel injection

Michael Pistello, Lombard, Illinois – 1932 Ford five-window coupe & 1967 Chevy II with homemade fuel injection

Patrick Rockett, Marietta, Ohio - Model A Coupe with 59AB flathead, his Grandfather's tribute to his high school hot rod.

Patrick Rockett, Marietta, Ohio – Model A Coupe with 59AB flathead, his Grandfather’s tribute to his high school hot rod.