New car club hopes to promote community fun
Sunlight bathed the candy-apple red truck. The 800 hp motor stood a full foot above where the original hood would have been. The stainless steel of the engine was immaculate - no grease or grime was in sight. The 1956 Ford F100 was certainly not a work truck; it was definitely a show vehicle.
"I bought it from a guy in Lake Minnetonka," Tracy Iverson, an auto mechanic, said proudly. "A buddy and I fixed her up; I just used the cab, doors and frame."