1925 Chevrolet Spurgin-Giovanine Roadster

Chuck Spurgin built the Spurgin-Giovanine Roadster in 1939 and raced it for the first time the following year, though it would compete for 17 years altogether.

Featuring a four-cylinder Chevrolet engine with a three-port Oldsmobile head, the car set every world record for Class A roadsters in the 1948 SCTA race season while breaking every speed record in its class at every meet.

The roadster has been meticulously restored—down to the replication of every loose wire—by Ernie Nagamatsu of Los Angeles, who is a dentist by trade.

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