Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's "Tweedy Pie" is one of the most recognized T-Buckets in history, selling over 11 million model kits and counting since 1963! Tweedy Pie is a 1923 Ford Model T on a '32 Ford chassis, featuring some of Roth's earliest pinstriping. It runs a Chevy 265 V8 with 6 Stromberg 97 carbs, Ford 3-speed trans and a banjo rear end. Owned for over 40 years by the Lavoy family, Tweedy Pie was sold in 2006 to Larry Tarantolo, who lightly restored it along with fellow Roth aficionado, Dave Shuten of Galpin Auto Sports. Much to everyone's surprise, it was then thrust back into the public eye at the 2006 Detroit AutoRama, where Ed "Big Daddy" Roth was honored as the featured builder of the year. Tweedy Pie is now at home at Galpin with the largest collection of Ed Roth's custom creations and memorabilia!
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