They decided to build the 1932 into a Navarro Lakester tribute car. A car which is located at the NHRA Museum. They begin with the metal work, cutting the louvers out of the top of the hood and welded them on the sides. They also welded a blister on the hood to match Barney Navarro’s car.
The Belly pan pan was hand formed along with the shop made custom exhaust pipes, a roll bar, side steering arm, radius rods, rear bumper and even the gas cap.
The money raised from this pedal cars sale went to the Petersen’s museum and their charity that funds busing and admission to the museum for inner city kids.
Below is a photo of Navarro on the salt. This pedal car is a great tribute to a killer car.