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October Issue of GoodGuys Gazette Features Factory Five
"Dave Smith's (a different Dave Smith than FFR owner) Factory Five '33 Hot Rod from Des Moines, IA was every bit as lethal as it looked. These are race cars in Hot Rod clothing." - GoodGuys Gazette
We’ve been going to GoodGuys Shows for years with our C-cars and other Factory Five models, and now, our new ’33 Hot Rod. Factory Five customers are starting to have a real presence at GoodGuys Shows around the country. This month’s October 2011 issue features a TON of Factory Fives. Here are a few highlights.
“…two decades of free Americans enjoying their hot rods and gathering with friends.” – GoodGuys
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"We've seen a lot of the Factory Five '33 Fords built as a coupe, but Gary Carlstedt's red beauty from Pleasant Hill was our first encounter with a fendered Roadster version. Not bad!" - GoodGuys Gazette
Factory Five Roadsters ALWAYS do well autocrossing.
John Budenz from Freeport, IL brought his yellow '33 coupe.
Clay and Suzanna Seacrest of Sioux Falls, SD drove their Factory Five Mk3 Roadster.
"Dave Smith's orange '33 was really doing well. These come with a full tube chassis and a road-race style suspension." - GoodGuys Gazette
The 2011 Heartland Nationals is one of the GREAT GoodGuys Shows around the country.
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