Memorial Day – Remembering Our Fallen Heroes With a 1932 Ford Roadster
Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.
– President Harry S. Truman –
1932 Ford Roadster ‘Metal Of Honor’ Charity Car
This 1932 Ford roadster, dubbed “Metal of Honor” was built with the cooperation of Custom Classics, by the men of The IronMen Foundation. This not-for-profit organization provides scholarships to the children of our slain and disabled warriors. The car, painted olive drab with hand painted digital camo graphic, is built entirely from donated parts. During an extensive U.S. Tour (including a trip to Jay Leno’s Garage for a feature) the car was autographed by 43 holders of the Congressional Medal of Honor. It was then auctioned at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale for $150,000.