''The same, but not the same...''

''...Robert Lomas built the black coupe following a vision he had for his dream ride, and then replicated—but did not clone—the coupe for Mark Woodhatch. “I didn’t want to clone it. It’s boring to build an identical car,” says Robert.''
The black one was built by Robert with the help of Dave Enmark.

Chopped and Channeled '34 Ford Coupes.

 331inch ’49 Caddy engine
Hydraulic cam
Ported and polished heads
Offenhauser three pot intake with Stromberg 97s
Mallory ignition
’37 LaSalle transmission

   '52 Caddy engine
Stromberg 48s
Edelbrock manifold
’37 LaSalle transmission

''Both coupes are fitted with similar front end components: Dropped ’34 axles, split ’36 Ford wishbones, ’40 Ford juice brakes, ’48 Ford truck steering, ’40 Ford wheels.'' 

Quotes by Drew Hardin @ Hot Rod Deluxe.
Photos by Tim Sutton

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