Thumpr Award to ’27 Ford ‘T’ in Colorado

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1927 Ford “T” owned by Bobby Hull from Pueblo, Colorado | NSRA Photo

A 1927 Ford “T” owned by Bobby Hull from Pueblo, Colorado, took home the “Thumpr Award” at the Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals held recently in Pueblo, Colorado.

The award is given by COMP Cams and the National Street Rod Association and goes to the car that turns the most heads because of an obnoxious amount of power.

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  1. How much power can you get from a flat head with 3 twos? I think the meticulously clean roadster’s looks attracted the attention.

  2. Believe it or not I herd this flatty thump. The T erned this award fare and square over 2,000 rods.