Fred Steele's chopped-and-channeled Deuce roadster was a well-known car when I grew up north of Boston. Steele's four-carb Flattie, hammered canvas top, Caddy discs, and the car's Columbia rear were proof positive that East Coast guys did their own thing. Steele drove this car everywhere. Owned now by Ross Myers of Three Dog Garage, it's checked, cracked, and really cool. We dig that polished firewall. The bored and stroked Flathead in Fred Steele's Deuce displaces 296 cid. A quartet of Stromberg 97s handles the induction, and Edelbrock heads do the honors for compression. Note the plated tops. Steele had a deal with a chrome shop. Harman and Collins dual point, dual coil ignition is an authentic period touch. The headers are chromed and so is the steering box.