1937 Ford Modified Race Car

Coupe No. 11 Red Devil


The Marlboro Raceway was built in 1952 as a dirt oval for stock car races. The oval was paved and incorporated into a twisty 1.7-mile road course, making it a favorite racetrack for SCCA™. The Marlboro Raceway eventually closed in 1970. The Red Devil, originally built as a race car in the early 1950's and driven by Ed Lindsay, was the high point track champion in 1953 and 1954. Rebuilt from the frame up in 2005.

All body parts are steel form original stock. It has a 1950 Mercury flathead block, ABA 48-53 and bored out for 4"pistons, Estimated 297 cubic inches. All engine internal parts are new. It if fitted with electric fuel pump, new water pump and hoses, Offenhauser Headers, Johnson tappets, Isky 1016 race cam, three Stromberg carburetors, 3 port manifold, three 3/8th X 4 Harmon Collins Magneto, Three speed transmission, Hildebrand Quick change rear (496) and roll cage. Here's your chance to own a piece of history.  

Selling Price $32,000

Disclaimer: Because of the age of the car we do NOT claim odometer is correct unless otherwise stated. Car is sold "as is". There is no warranty expressed or implied.

Please Reference Auto #472


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The Pipe Creek Trading Company
3959 Old Taneytown Rd
Taneytown, MD 21787
Phone: (410)756-1500 Fax: (410)756-2255
E-mail: info@pipecreektrading.com