1933 Ford Roadster —  The car was built by Roy Brizio in San Francisco in 1995 with a Corvette drive train and painted by Art Himsel in Concord, California. The body is fiberglass, with a Wescot body.

Barbara purchased the car from the late Bob Walker. “I mentioned to Andy, Roy’s father, that I was looking to get back into hot rodding since I had sold my 1932 sedan and roadster, and he mentioned that a guy in Scottsdale was looking to sell a 1933 roadster,” he recalls.

“Well, anyone who knows Andy knows that 1932 is the only year for him, and when I called Bob and asked if I can see it, he lived around the corner from me in Scottsdale. How weird is that?”

Check out the 1933 Ford Street Rod Custom Convertible in My Car Story with Lou Costabile on YouTube