1932 Ford "Metal of Honor" Roadster

December 19, 2011 12:00 AM

Director of the IronMen Foundation Chuck Caswell stops by with a special hot rod, created from donated parts and built by volunteers. It's headed for auction to fund scholarships for the children of slain and disabled soldiers, and honors our veterans.

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