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'78 Midget of Joe Rogucki
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The September 2010 issue's Queen B is the '78 Midget of Joe Rogucki. Here is his story:

'78 Midget of Joe Rogucki Here is my 1978 Midget, I found it languishing in a friends yard with lots of work to do. It had well over 100,000 miles on it and all the underpinnings needed updated or replaced. It was painted red, and had lots of body work due to an accident. I bought her 5 years ago, started to work on her myself, after fixing the breaks and suspension. I replaced the 4 speed transmission with a 5 speed ford T9 kit, added a Weber downdraft carb and headers. I found a body shop willing to take on the

'78 Midget of Joe Roguckiproject, they returned her to her original "brooklands green" and the Union Jack on the back was added on a whim. The engine was re-built by Medina Motorsports in Medina, Oh. I added new wheels, and interior, and steering wheel. It is a "daily driver' when the weathers good and it's so much fun to drive I have a hard time sitting around at shows. Enjoy the photos; red before, green after.

'78 Midget of Joe Rogucki

'78 Midget of Joe Rogucki



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